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G-Shock Men's Quartz Watch with Black Dial Digital Display and Black Bracelet strap GW-M5610BC-1ER


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  • Radio controlled
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  • World Time
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  • 200M Water Resistant

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand Name G-Shock
Model number GW-M5610BC-1ER
Part Number GW-M5610BC-1ER
Item Shape square
Dial Window Material Type Mineral
Display Type digital
Clasp Type Buckle
Case Material Resin
Case Diameter 42 millimetres
Case Thickness 13 millimetres
Band Material Resin
Band Width 28 millimetres
Band Colour black
Dial Colour black
Calendar day-date-month
Special Features solar powered, radio controlled, world time, stopwatch
Weight 286 grams
Movement Quartz
Water Pressure Resistance 20 bar
Warranty Type Manufacturer
Warranty Description 2 years


Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 5 cm ; 286 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 299 g
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  • Item model number: GW-M5610BC-1ER
  • ASIN: B007H5CKCM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 19 Mar 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,083 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hereld80 on 2 April 2013
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Spent a long time looking for an everyday knockabout / sports watch, other G Shocks in my opinion look like plastic toy watches so opted for this with namely for its black background stealth look and metal band Setting up was a doddle though I've seen shorter novels than the instructions this watch comes with. Perfect size face in my opinion, not too chunky or large in comparison to other G Shock models.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Guybrush Threepwood on 4 Sep 2012
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170 pounds for a digital watch that looks like it costs 20 quid? Yup, but this watch is worth it. (edit: it now about 110 pounds.)

I was drawn to G-Shock as I love the look of retro watches. I've been wearing an F-91 "Taliban Watch" for the last 6 months since the strap on my Omega broke, and I'm too lazy to fix it (And get an extra half link put in because I got fat since I turned 21). The F-91 is like a terminator. It absolutely will not stop. But it does look a little bit weedy. I'll be honest now - I actually wanted a watch that looks like a Navy SEAL bit of kit.

So I was looking at the rubber strap versions of the 5600 series and them bam! I saw this metal bracelet version with an inverted display. I had to have it. All the reviews of the non-inverted 5610 apply to this piece, so I'll discuss what makes it different: the stealth-ninja-badassness of the strap and black face.

The Bracelet:

It's made of painted metal links alternating with resin covered metal links, and a metal clasp.

You can buy this on its own for 70 pounds, so you can see where your extra money has gone. It is easy to adjust for size, as all the links are held with spring bars that can be pushed in with a safey pin. For my eyes, the bracelet would look better if it was 1 mm or so wider, but I can live with it. I also think the bracelet makes it look more grown up than the plastic strap.

The Display:

The Inverted display is a bit difficult to read in low light. Actually it's impossible to see at all. However, the auto back light function (where the display lights up automatically when you tilt your wrist) negates any problems once you learn to gesticulate your arm to get it to light up.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By rolling_boulder on 8 Dec 2012
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This watch ticks all the boxes. It's a classic style quartz watch with a twist, the inverted display. The display looks great and works well enough to be user friendly in everyday life. As other reviewers have pointed out, it can be difficult to read in low light conditions, but the illumination works great to allieviate this problem.  The watch wears really well, after you get the band adjusted at a watch shop. The rubberized black steel wristband is very comfortable and looks great. Although it is not a diver's double clasp lock, the clasp is sturdily built to survive a demanding lifestyle.  The watch is just about the right weight, a little heavier than your standard resin wristband g-shock, but it in a pleasant way.  All the functions work well and the solar power assures that the watch won't have have to be opened to change batteries.  This is one of the best aspects about this watch: set it and forget it. I take it to the beach, swim in the ocean, play in the sand with the little ones, go hiking, camping, fishing. No matter what you throw at this watch it can take it. And when you return to the office Monday morning, it'll look smart and your male co-workers will be envious that you found this watch before they did.  

The watch has a few downsides that I can easily live with:
No sapphire glass that would be nice to have in a £110 digital watch
Some of the function indicators are so small you'll need a loupe to see them
The manual is equally small print, get out your reading glasses, if you're over 30
If you have fat fingers the buttons might be hard to push
The auto illumination feature is quirky and takes some training, but there is always the illumination button

Overall a great watch for the money.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pedro Barradas on 7 Dec 2013
Good watch, good legibility of negative display.
Because I have too many hair on my wrist, better with a resin strap.
The metal/ resin bracelet is nice and good looking,
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By moo31 on 26 Jan 2013
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It does all the things as described. It's also simple to use. It's much, much more accurate than my £1500 Swiss watch and I can easily set the time in another Country. Brilliant..
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Chitty on 23 April 2013
I have the previous version of this watch, the GW-M5600BC- also on the resin/metal combo deployment strap. The only different I can gather is that the new model has slightly different colouring on the face, and is Multi-Band 6, whereas mine is 5 - so there's one more location in the world you can receive radio updates now!

The watch is smart, low key, and very durable. The composite strap looks good and is very comfortable. The watch also has a mineral crystal to give it added scratch resistance, compared to acrylic which is found on some digital watches.

The negative display is not as easy to read as a traditional LCD, but still legible, and the green backlight is good as well. It syncs every night with no problem, and if the battery indicator ever drops from 'H' for high to 'M' for medium, then a few hours on the windowsill allows the tough solar system to top up the battery. However, if worn outside of a sleeve the watch collects enough ambient light during the day on it's solar cell to keep it topped up on 'High'.

The watch does have a tilt switch, so when you lift you wrist to view it, the light comes on automatically. It does appear to know the difference between light & dark, so it doesn't do this during the day if worn outside a shirt sleeve or jumper, but conversely if it is under a sleeve, then it will keep triggering as you move about and this can wear down the battery. However, this feature can be switched off easily and the light can be activated for a couple of seconds by pressing the button.

It has the usual digital watch features as well, timer, stopwatch, 5 alarms and world time, which all function as expected.

I would not hesitate to recommend this watch.
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