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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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- Solar powered watch with, radio controlled, multi time zone and stop watch
- Protective scratch-resistant hard mineral crystal lens
- Square high-performance and durable resin case with digital display
- Durable and strong resin 28mm wide strap with buckle
- Water resistant to 200 metres
|Dial Window Material Type||Mineral|
|Case Diameter||42 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||13 millimetres|
|Band Width||28 millimetres|
|Special Features||solar powered, radio controlled, Multi Time Zone, Stop Watch|
|Water Pressure Resistance||20 bar|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
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Updated from the original design, this features a Tough Solar, radio controlled movement with chronograph, countdown timer, world time, perpetual calendar, backlight with auto-light and alarm. The case is stainless steel, with a resin outer layer to protect against shock and water resistant to 20 bar. The watch fastens on a black steel bracelet with push button deployment clasp.
A 10-year battery life, 10bar water resistance and 10 m dropping G-Shock resistance. These were the three requirements of the ‘Triple 10’ concept that led to the development of G-Shock’s shock-resistant structure. The rugged shape and robust styling originated with an engineer’s brief calling for an ‘unbreakable watch’.
Since its birth in 1983, G-Shock has continued its unrestrained evolution while retaining its unique structure and has continued to push forwards technologically too. It has produced versions that resist freezing temperatures, high water pressure, magnetic fields, centrifugal forces and radio-controlled technology that constantly makes sure they display the correct time wherever you are in the world.
It’s not just technology that’s been a strength for G-Shock over 30 years though. The G-Shock is also about functional beauty and fashion-wise the brand has worked with renowned artists and tastemakers over the years to create some outstanding collaborations, including Maison Martin Margiela, Eminem and Maharishi to name but a few.
Casio is one of the UK’s top five watch brands, with over one million watches purchased every year. Amongst it's portfolio are classic "toughness" brands G-Shock and Baby-G, motor-sport inspired chronograph range Edifice and the fashionista favourite retro collection of digital watches.
With recent advances in Bluetooth and Wave Ceptor technology, Casio continually pushes the boundaries of innovative timepiece design and functionality.
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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 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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this watch for myself . tired of getting watch battery changed all the time so went for this solar powered model which to be frank is goodPublished 16 months ago by Devshi Gareja
Absolutely loved this watch until I lost it sadly. Looks great, solar power/auto time sync features were excellent and it was always accurate to the second.Published 18 months ago by Neil
G-Shock is the new Rolex.
This is a great "tool watch" for the man who wants to get the job done. You can freeze it, boil it, drop it or drive your car over it... Read more
I must say that I was sceptical before getting this watch. In fact it is very stylish, accurate and an amazing watch. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Caro K
This is really the only watch you'll ever need. It's smart enough, with the cool strap on this version, but hardy enough to work for smart, casual and work wear. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mr. Matthew Vernon
A watch you can just pick-up and you know the battery hasn't run out, is the most accurate time and will take a pounding. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joe Privett
Bought this for my Casio loving friend for Christmas 2013 and he's had no complaints about it so far! Read morePublished on 5 Aug. 2014 by LizzyClassified
What a great watch, I'm a fan of G-shocks and own 2 already but this one is light years ahead in terms of looks and functions. Read morePublished on 17 Jun. 2014 by Kikmon