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Casio Men's Watch GW-4000D-1AER


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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand Name G-Shock
Model number GW-4000D-1AER
Part Number GW-4000D-1AER
Model Year 2014
Item Shape Round
Dial Window Material Type Mineral Crystal Glass
Display Type Chronograph
Clasp Type Traditional Buckle
Metal Stamp Stainless Steel
Case Material Stainless Steel
Case Diameter 48 millimetres
Case Thickness 16 millimetres
Band Material Stainless Steel
Band Length Men's
Band Width 20
Band Colour Black
Dial Colour Black
Bezel Material Resine
Calendar Day and Date
Special Features Radio Piloté
Weight 172 Grams
Movement Quartz
Water Pressure Resistance 200 bar
Warranty Type Seller

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 5 x 1.5 cm ; 172 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 345 g
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  • Item model number: GW-4000D-1AER
  • ASIN: B007DSSBL2
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,412 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Product Description

Target Audience : Gent - Style : Sports - Item Shape : Round - Colors : Black - Materials : Stainless steel - Movement Type : Quartz - Water Resistance : 20 atm - Glass : Mineral - Width : 50 - epaisseur : 15 - - Spécifications : Chronograph, Solar Energy, Radio Controlled

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Purple Ferret VINE VOICE on 11 July 2012
The GW-4000 is (as of July 2012) the latest progression in Casio's "Aviator" line of G-shock watches. If you're reading this and interested in this watch you probably don't need me to tell you that G-shocks have developed a bit of cult following since the first was released in the early eighties, and the current line up contains a variety of shapes and sizes to fit most tastes and budgets. The "Aviator" form a collection of G-shocks claiming to have high contrast, easily visible legends for viewing in the conditions of extreme lighting or high workload such as pilots may sometimes experience(!). The feature set would also support the active, international lifestyle that clearly appeals to us "jet setters".

The feature set of this watch is impressive. It supports Casio's six band radio controlled time regulation, meaning that if you're in Western Europe, the USA, Japan or China the watch should adjust itself automatically every day to show the precise time. Outside of that it reverts to the "usual" +/-15 secs a month. You also get a chronograph (accurate to 100th second if your "operating finger" is that reliable!), a world time function (dual time zone basically) and alarm functions. It's solar powered, so you'll never need to change a battery.

By comparison to it's predecessors in the "Aviator" range I believe that this model has a somewhat lager face, offset by a slightly slimmer case. The case provides all the usual G-shock protection, depth rated to 200M and this model has also been subjected to the dizzying limits of sustaining 15G (hopefully I'll not be testing that) and to prove the point Casio have used the RAF skiing team to promote this model, which I'm sure will be reassuring to know!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Simon Read - Technical Solutions on 27 Oct. 2013
This is my 3rd G Shock, and this is by far the most luxury G I have owned or seen..

This is well worth it's price, but note some jewellery sites like watch shop.com have this on sale for £400-£450!

It's features are:

15G g-force proof -RAF tested and approved,
200m water proof - I'm a scuba diver and can say I've taken mine to 128m and still works perfectly!
Stopwatch
World time
Alarm
Atomic multiband 6 - auto time update anywhere in the world
Solar powered- no need to ever open the watch
Highly illuminous - neo bright lume
Sapphire crystal mineral glass - scratch proof
24 hour indicator
Day if the week indicator
Auto calendar
Battery indicator

All in all, this is the perfect, all action everyday watch you can wear with a shirt and suit, and also to wear out as it looks expensive, feels expensive and still does it's job whatever you throw at it!!!

It's hard to summarise this, but this really is a perfect watch for any man.

Always getting compliments when wearing it, and the black stainless ion pvd strap it's really comfortable and string! It's scratch resistant too which means don't be worried about the strap getting silver scratches all over it..

For the price I would recommend to anyone.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ian Wright on 11 Dec. 2013
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Big chunky watch, have seen quite a few admiring stares over the last few months which is more than my Omega seamaster has had in 10years!

Likes:

That the time is always right, except for the other week when I sailed to Holland and it didn't adjust and I'd forgotten how to do it manually so I was an hour out the whole time there.

That it has an alarm, which turns off after 10 beeps, although it is quite difficult to set the alarm time.

Dislikes:

Quite hard to read the smaller dials, you need perfect vision or to be wearing eye correction if you normally wear.

The small upper left dial, I think it is a 24hr clock, but is pretty superfluous.

I think the bracelet catch should have a more secure clasp than the current one, it has never come off but it just doesn't feel top quality for the price.

Overall its a robust watch which I wear for work in the construction industry so it needs to be tough, the strap has scratched but no other watch would stand up to what I put it through.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael on 25 April 2013
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Sometimes you don't want a digital readout on your watch because it can look 'cheap'. This g-shock looks to me a more mature evolution of this great brand. I would say that you can wear this watch just as comfortably with cufflinks & suit as with a polo shirt - it just looks classy, robust and a real mans watch!
Add to this it self adjusts to always keep perfect time/date, recharges itself, and it becomes an exceptional timekeeping device (never mind its legendary toughness, heritage and smart black metal strap).
Some may say the stopwatch that only goes to 24mins is a negative, as is the lack of back light. It also does not have a calculator, compass or altimeter. So please do not purchase this watch if you positively have to time something over 24 mins in pitch blackness; you may become enraged.
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By JayBe on 26 Jan. 2015
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I loved the look of this watch when it first came out but I couldn't bring myself to pay the £500 or so that was being asked at the time for a Casio. A year or so later I picked this up for £270 which is still the most I've ever paid for a Casio but i do think that's good value. The watch itself is very solid, but not overly heavy on the wrist. The display is so easy to read at a glance due to the chunky hands and bold numerals. I think its a great looking watch. I did swap the supplied metal strap for a rubber band as I personally prefer the adjustability of a buckle.

I love the fact that the watch syncs itself each day so I never need to update it manually. Additionally, the solar-power facility means that I should never have to worry about swapping batteries etc. I've had it for just over a year now and the watch has worn well despite being worn 24/7. It still looks as good as new. No scratches on the glass (which is nicely recessed) and the body also it unmarked.
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