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Casio G-Shock GA-100-1A1

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  • Good
    1 year ago
    Have had my Casio G-shock more or less daily since spring 2016 and unfortunately I'm getting trouble with it now. As has been said, it has been most of the time, swimming, training in general, forest walks and so on. About half a year ago, I noticed that there was condensation on the inside but that was nothing I did anything about. My attitude to the clock has always been to let it tick as long as possible and only cost a battery change.

    Now, however, it has begun to give up, this night it suddenly closed off itself, and the minute viewer does not tick between five in and ten over each hour without it lagging behind. Possibly, the battery is starting to run out but I think it's a weird way to show it. The digital time is still correct.

    However, sum summing up is a very affordable watch and it is a great sadness that it now starts giving up. I'm probably going to upgrade to another G-shock, since I've been very happy in the meantime, and it's hard to see that there would be many other watches that would have passed more than two years on my arm.
  • Very good
    6 years ago
    Updated: 6 years ago
    Had it in 2 weeks!

    Rugged and robust watch with the features I am looking for: time (analog and digital), timing, timer, alarm and date display. Really bold, you could say.
    Are additional features that the average speed of computation, however, nothing I tried on.

    A major minus, however, that I was aware before purchase through the reviews here, is that the lights do not light up digital boards, but only analog hands. So it is IMPOSSIBLE to see the digital boards at night. The lights on the other hands sharply, a little too much (revealing your position in the dark if not desired).
  • Perfect
    8 years ago
    Updated: 8 years ago
    Sturdy and discreet for its size.

    The lighting illuminates the hands and face but not lcd displays. I just need to see the time in the dark and it works perfectly.

    Do you need to use tidtagarfunktionen or dates, etc. in the dark so the clock does not work without external lighting. This is true for several of the clocks that have diode above the clock face instead of under it. but something to think about.
  • Decent
    8 years ago
    Updated: 8 years ago
    Fairly ordinary watch that does what it should, that can withstand a lot of punishment. It feels like it is impossible to damage the watch.

    Some drawbacks:
    - The illumination. A light on the nest the lower part illustrates the dial. But the digital display (date, etc.) are illustrated, and not make it impossible to read the digital information in the dark. I would have preferred a backlit dial.

    - The bracelet. The bracelet is the way, which I think is great when you want to watch the outside of clothing. But the bracelet has no good locking and usually "slip out" and spread too thin and edges.