Casio G-shock watches: How it works?
The idea behind Casio G shock is to protect the structure comprises of the watch core from shocks. Casio G shock achieves this by using a simple structure with several layers of protection that support the module in the heart of the watch as if it was floating in the air. The battery, LCD and other delicate components in the Casio G-Shock watches are isolated in the module which is made of highly shock absorbent urethane resin. This configuration prevents the transmission of extreme shocks to the interior and results in a remarkable shock resistance.
Most Casio G-Shock watches have some kind of stopwatch feature, countdown timer, light and water resistance. Recent models have become more luxury and design oriented.
Casio G-shock shock resistant structure has proven itself time after time while being dropped from extreme heights, slammed against concrete and rocks and still be fine over the past 2 decades.
Casio G-Shock watches are very popular among paramedics, police, astronauts, firefighters and even soldiers. Some popular models are: