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Casio G-Shock vs Pro Trek Watches (Similar, But Different)

Casio G Shock vs Pro Trek Watches Review Comparison Differences Similarities

G-Shock and Pro Trek are both great watch lines that will probably get the job done - no matter how much abuse you put your watch through.

Still, there are some differences between the G-Shock & Pro Trek that you should be aware of, if you're still deciding which one to buy.

In this article, we'll explain these differences & cover everything you need to know about:

  • G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Pros & Cons
  • G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Construction & Size
  • G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Ease of use
  • G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Display
  • G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Toughness & water resistance
  • G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Features
  • G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Price

Additionally, we've included model recommendations for both lines throughout the article.

Ready? Let's get started…

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G-Shock vs. Pro Trek Pros & Cons

G-shock vs. pro trek : construction & design.

Casio G-Shock Twin Sensor Watch Mudmaster

G-Shocks are generally bigger than Pro Treks, except for the budget models . I wouldn't call Pro Treks small either, but they tend to be flatter and lighter than G-Shocks.

Because of that, Pro Trek is generally a better choice if you want a versatile watch that you can also wear in an office environment.

Ease Of Use

Pro Trek functions are more accessible than G-Shock's. That's because Pro Treks usually have dedicated direct-access buttons for altimeter, compass, and barometer functions. G-Shock, on the other hand, is more about maximum toughness and simplicity, and usually has a single button to cycle through different modes.

Go with Pro Trek if you like having dedicated buttons for your features, and go with G-Shock if you like simplicity and minimalism.

Casio g shock vs casio pro trek display comparison

The Display

The size and design of the display is by far the biggest visual difference between the Pro Trek and a G-Shock watches.

Pro Trek's display is big, round, and the numbers are clearly visible in the center of the screen. Likewise, all other features including the compass are more visible than on a G-Shock, which makes Pro Treks easier to operate. Pro Treks are mostly known for their digital screens , although analog models are getting popular as well (most notably the PRG-600 , PRG-650 , and PRW-6000 series.

G-Shock usually has multiple smaller screens and smaller digits than most Pro Trek models, with G-Shock GPR-B1000-1JR Solar-Powered GPS being the only exception. Its smaller screens give G-Shock a rugged, tactical appearance, and are also less likely to break.

Unlike Pro Trek, G-Shock has multiple analog-digital models that are more readable than the full-digital screens. G-Shock also comes in different shapes and sizes, including the classic square models .

If you have bad eyesight or just want maximum readability, Pro Trek is the way to go. Otherwise, it's really down to personal preference.

I prefer G-Shock's tactical appearance and a more "vintage" military-style. And while G-Shocks have that geeky feel about them, the Pro Treks are even geekier.

Overall, Pro Trek looks like a high-tech hiking watch, while G-Shock looks like something that you would wear in the military. Which one's better? Matter of preference.

G-Shock and pro trek water resistance and toughness

Toughness & Water Resistance

G-Shock is built like a tank and is tougher than any Pro Trek watch out there. All G-Shock models are Shock-Proof and 200m Waterproof . This means that you can drop even the cheapest <$50 model off a cliff and nothing will happen to it.

In fact, the cheapo G-Shock DW-5600 holds the Guinness World Record "toughest watch in the world" title. The test was simple - they drove a truck over it and it survived. Not bad for a watch that costs less than $50.

Pro Treks have less water resistance, only 100m compared to G-shock's 200m. This is not a big deal, because even if you are a recreational diver, you won't be going deeper than 70m… ever.

As for ruggedness, remember that Pro Trek is a rugged outdoors watch . Sure, it's not as tough as a G-Shock and won't withstand extreme abuse. But it also won't break easily even if you're rough with it.

  • Will a Pro Trek survive getting thrown off a cliff? Probably not.
  • Will a Pro Trek survive a truck driving over it? Probably not.
  • Is Pro Trek rugged enough for mostly anything? Yes.

Don't get me wrong, I love G-Shocks. I even wrote 8,000 words and reviewed 28 models to find the best G-Shock watch for sale today .

But if you just want a rugged watch with advanced features, Pro Trek will get the job done just as well.

Last but not least - Pro Trek watch bezels are notoriously easy to scratch , much more so than G-Shocks. Pro Trek external parts are also not as easy to replace as on G-Shocks, which means that once you scratch it the damage is pretty much permanent.

In other words, Pro Treks get old faster than G-Shocks . While not a deal-breaker, the ease of scratching is something you should be aware of before buying Pro Treks (especially the titanium models ).

G-Shock vs. Pro Trek: Features

G Shock and Pro Trek comparison

Pro Treks generally have more features than G-Shocks . The two brands are roughly equal when you get to the advanced models in the $200 price range. But at any price point below that, Pro Treks blow G-Shocks out of the water when it comes to features.

Triple Sensor

More specifically, Pro Treks are known for their Triple Sensor that includes:

  • Digital Compass
  • Altimeter / Barometer
  • Thermometer

If you want an affordable triple sensor, Pro Trek is your best choice. The G-Shock GW-9400 Rangeman is the cheapest G-Shock that comes with the triple sensor, and it's considerably more expensive. If having an altimeter is not a must, the more affordable G-Shock G9300 Mudmaster might be more up your alley.

As with triple sensor, Pro Treks are better than G-Shocks if you're looking for GPS ( WSD-F20A-BUAAU is the most popular GPS model). If you want a G-Shock with GPS, you'll have to go for the expensive GPR-B1000-1JR that costs twice as much.

Pro Trek Hiking Features

There is a specific feature that most, if not all, Pro Trek watches come with called Trek Log Value Updating . When this feature is enabled, the watch will record and update various altitude measurements automatically.

These include High/Low altitude values and Cumulative Ascent/Descent values. The watch will track these values as long as the "Trek Log Updating" feature is on, for up to 12 hours, even if the watch is in any other mode.

You won't find this feature on most G-Shocks, although it is present in a more limited form on G-Shock GW-9400 Rangeman. Pro Trek's ability to keep auto-altitude readings is, therefore, one of its benefits over G-Shocks.

Casio Pro Trek out in the field

Other Advanced Features

Besides Triple Sensor and GPS, other advanced features on Casio's watches include:

  • Tough Solar
  • Multi-Band 6 Atomic Time Sync
  • Sunset/Sunrise times
  • Tide & Moon graph
  • Low-temperature resistance
  • Hands-free backlight
  • Vibration alarm
  • World Time (multiple time zones)

Basic Casio Digital Watch Features

Every digital watch from Casio comes with a set of features that are pretty much the same across all models:

  • 12/24h time
  • Countdown timer
  • Electric backlight
  • Auto-calendar (Day, month, year)
  • 1-5 Alarms with snooze
  • Hourly time beep

You'll find the above features on most G-Shock and Pro Trek models, as well as cheaper digital watches that Casio has.

G-Shock vs. Pro Trek: Price

The cheapest Pro Treks retail around $100 , while you can find G-Shocks priced anywhere from $45 to $700 depending on the model and the features.

But since you're interested in Pro Treks, I'm going to assume that you want your watch to have advanced features like a compass, etc. And you won't find those on the cheaper G-Shocks.

G-Shock examples:

In fact, G-Shock "Mudman" G9300 that you can buy in the $130 - $160 range is the cheapest G-Shock you can get that comes with a Twin Sensor (Digital compass, Thermometer). And while bulky, it blows the cheaper Pro Treks out of the water with its toughness.

If you want the Triple Sensor with altimeter/barometer (ABC watch, in other words), then the G-Shock GW-9400 Rangeman is your best bet. It usually retails for a little below $200 if you shop around, and while costly, has the best value for money from all the advanced G-Shock models.

Other advanced G-Shock models with sensors that you might be interested in include the GG-1000 Mudmaster , Gulfmaster, Frogman , Gravitymaster and holy grail solar-powered GPS Rangeman I mentioned above.

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Pro Trek Examples:

Pro Trek PRG-270-1 is a basic model that comes with Tough Solar and Triple Sensor. To get the same features on a G-Shock, including the Triple Sensor, you'd have to pay around $200.

Pathfinder PAG240 has similar features but comes in a stainless steel case and a different design. Slightly more expensive than the PRG-270-1 above.

Pro Trek PRW2500T is a full-titanium watch that comes with advanced features (tough solar, moon data, triple sensor) and has the additional advantage of being extremely light and durable. Titanium weighs as much as resin while being more resistant to shock and impact.

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Takeaway & Conclusions

As much as I'd like to tell you that there is an "optimal" choice to make between Pro Trek and G-Shock … that's simply not the case.

You should decide based on the features that are most important to you, with a strong consideration for the design - it's about personal style and preference.

Personally, I prefer G-Shocks . They've got a rich heritage, and I like the style more.

There's something about their minimalist screens, masculine style, and extra-rugged construction that speaks to me. Not to mention the fact that I can have an indestructible watch on my wrist for less than $50.

And maybe it's the opposite with you. Maybe you think that G-Shocks are butt-ugly and you'd rather go for a Pro Trek instead. Listen to your intuition, and go for the brand that you like the most.

With that being said, here are my recommendations:

  • For a value compass watch either the G-Shock G9300 Mudman or the Pro Trek PRG-270-1 .
  • For a Triple Sensor (ABC) altimeter watch either the G-Shock GW-9400 Rangeman or the Pathfinder PAG240 .
  • For GPS, Pro Trek WSD-F20A-BUAAU

6 thoughts on “Casio G-Shock vs Pro Trek Watches (Similar, But Different)”

In the end, I chose...both. I have a couple of Pro Treks and a handful of G-Shocks. Both are quite tough and this review is right on. When I'm doing something where I know I could be bumping into things (helping a friend move, doing remodeling, playing sports), it's G-Shock. For daily wear, outdoors, swimming, I'll do either but am more inclined to throw the Pro Trek on. They have strap designs that fit more comfortably than G-Shocks do. I have the Rangeman, a few Gravity Masters, GW6900 (my beater) and the Pro Trek PRG650y.

Good article but missing a few facts.

- G-Shocks are available that cost over 2000$ (Exmaple is the MR-G line) - Pro Treks are also 200m water resistant. For example the PRW-2500.

So please do a little more research to make this article from good to perfect. 😉

* All G-Shocks are 200m water resistant and Shock resistant .

* Most ProTreks are 100m WR

* No ProTreks are shock resistant

Wrong the High-end ones which are solar powered are 200m Water resistant i own the PRW 3500T and love it, My only gripe is they had to include Tide graph too

I realize this is an "old" article. But I must say I have both types and I still have my Pathfinder PAW-1300 but have destroyed 3 bands which is really not easy to do!! Yet the watch is perfect. It does scratch but I work in an industrial environment and used to buy watches for "disposable" without pain value. I never once regretted buying this Pathfinder! It is thinner than my G-Shock which is a "tactical" version but the numbers are really hard to see and is much dimmer (ahem.... tactical?) but is an amazing watch regardless! I went back to my Pathfinder only because it is thinner and I hit stuff less.

Lol protrek is built like a Death star, I bought the PRW 3500T as soon as it was released, I asked my brother who at that time was living in Qatar to pick one up as it was not available at that time in INDIA, It came in a brown cardboard box Never wore it for nearly 3 years never even removed it out the box, One final day I decided to use it and it had switched off due to low battery, I kept it outside for recharging, Mine had a nasty fall when our Maid dropped my watch(In fact slung it away when she pulled the cloth it was resting on without seeing the watch) from second floor balcony straight on to laid stone pavement of our apartment complex, the titanium strap got smudged and scratched the watch itself was not damaged or broken except the black cover for the speaker which is made of plastic got scratched, I got the watch checked and repaired changed the strap to black rubber at the authorized service center here in Bangalore INDIA.

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G-Shock vs Protrek – Watch Brand Overview & Comparison

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Unlike many of our articles where we compare two very different brands, this comparison of G-shock and ProTrek makes for an interesting watch comparison article as we won’t be comparing watches from two separate brands but two popular watch series from one company – Casio . As you may already know, Casio is a manufacturer of a wide variety of devices. Their bestselling affordable watches are well-respected for their feature-rich design and functionality. Both of Casio’s brands in this category are G-Shock and Protrek –  both well-known for being some of the best digital watches on the market. Both G-shock and ProTrek come with rugged build quality and practical features. G-Shock is clearly one of the best collections of tactical watches on the market with excellent shock and water resistance and battery life. Pro-Trek makes affordable ABC watches and is the clear choice for serious outdoor activities.  We will be taking an in-depth look at both the Casio watch series and figure out where each digital timepiece’s strength lies. By the end of this article, you would already have a clear idea of which one is best suited for your style and needs.

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Casio G-Shock Overview

G-Shock Digital Watches

Casio Protrek Overview

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G-Shock and Protrek Watch Comparisons

Since both Casio watch series target a specific market, it is easier to choose which models to include. All we need to do is bring out both G-Shock and Protrek’s big guns. Well, then let’s bring them out.

Casio G-Shock

Let’s start things off with the original tough-as-nails digital watch, G-Shock. Below are two of the best-selling series/models from G-Shock’s catalog.

Casio G-Shock Quartz Resin Sport Watch DW9052-IV

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You can’t beat a classic. The G-Shock DW9052-IV is a staple of this series and is one of the go-to watches for military personnel. This digital watch comes in five color variations, which further expands its appeal. Featuring the classic G-Shock aesthetic, think of the DW9052-IV as a back to basics digital watch that showcases what makes G-Shock unique. This watch is also not as bulky-looking as other G-Shock watches without sacrificing any of its durability. It utilizes mineral crystal, which is considerably more robust than your standard acrylic watch. As for features, you can expect all the standard G-Shock functionalities to be present here. It comes with a countdown timer, daily alarm, 1/100th-second stopwatch, 12/24-time format, and auto calendar. The DW9052-IV is also constructed to provide water-resistance of up to 200m, making it an ideal companion for water activities such as scuba diving as well. All in all, the G-Shock DW9052-IV is an excellent choice for those looking at a highly reliable sports watch. As a bonus, this G-Shock watch is also quite affordable.

Casio G-Shock the GA 100-1A1 Military Series

Casio G-Shock Men's Big Combi Military Series Watch, Black, One Size

As you would expect from a G-Shock military-type watch, the GA 100-1A1 is exceptional in its durability. Not only that, its rugged all-black design exudes an air of confidence and toughness that complements its functions correctly. What is more surprising is its weight. The GA 100-1A1 may look like a hulking piece of hardware, but the fact is it is quite lightweight and comfortable to wear. The GA 100-1A1 also comes loaded to the brim with features that will surely be welcomed by outdoor enthusiasts. This G-Shock military watch comes with a standard countdown timer, stopwatch, and auto-calendar features. But it goes above and beyond that with the ability to display up to 29 time zones and G-Shock Triple 10 development concept. It also sports an electroluminescent backlight for optimum visibility, even in the dark. Internally, it uses atomic timekeeping technology and solar-powered batteries for maximum longevity. The stainless steel 37mm case is surprisingly compact for such a feature-packed watch. Not that we are complaining.  It also offers up to 200m of water resistance, making it perfect for all sorts of water activities.

Casio Protrek

While the G-Shock offers a large selection of sturdy, feature-rich, and affordable digital watches, the Casio ProTrek series takes it a level above. If you have extra cash to spend, you definitely might want to take a peek at what ProTrek has to offer.

Casio Protrek 7000X

Casio Pro Trek PRW-7000X-1JR Radio Solar Watch (Japan Domestic Genuine Products)

The Protrek 7000X is considered the flagship model of this series, and it is easy to see why. With top-quality construction and material, combined with an impressive array of features, the 7000X is the best outdoor digital watch money can buy. Construction is top-notch with a durable carbon bezel and an equally tight field composite band. The watch features the Triple Sensor Version 3, which is of great assistance for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy going through a nature trail. The 7000X also comes with a water resistance of 200m, making it a good companion for various water activities. Additional features include a solar-powered battery and radio-controlled functionality. As for its base features, the Protrek 7000X comes with a built-in barometer, altimeter, and thermometer. Besides being water-resistant, this watch is also designed for use in low-temperature environments for down to -10C. The Casio Protrek 7000X is jam-packed with features that will surely cover everything you need during your outdoor trip. The only downside is that this is quite an expensive watch and will be a serious investment, if not impractical for some.

Casio Protrek PRG-600YB-3JF

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Protrek PRG-600YB-3JF is significantly more affordable than our first Protrek entry, but it is still quite an investment. That being said, Protrek is designed mainly for the outdoor enthusiast crowd. This one also brings all the features that make ProTrek the “go-to'” wristwatch for adventurers , at a more budget-friendly price. The PRG-600YB comes with all the standard features you would expect from Protrek. It comes with a built-in barometer, altimeter, and thermometer. The watch also features a digital compass and a radio signal receiver. The watch also features a more lightweight design, a welcome aspect for any device designed for use outdoors. One particular element of the PRG-600YB is its Smart Access system. This allows for complete and quick control of all necessary functions via its electronic crown. This is an excellent feature as it is both convenient and straightforward to operate, a quality that is crucial in any equipment used during hikes and camping trips. Also, the watch is solar-powered, which improves battery life significantly.  Overall, Protrek is undoubtedly in a league of its own with the functionalities it offers.

Conclusion: G-Shock and Protrek – Which is the Better Watch?

When choosing between ProTrek and G-Shock much of it comes down to your intended use.  If you’re looking for a tough watch for everyday use, the G-Shock is always an excellent choice. If you occasionally participate in sporting events, the G-Shock will suffice. It is designed for everyday use while also providing some superior outdoor functionality. Casio G-Shock offers a wide range of models from affordable budget watched to high-end tactical military watches.  As for Casio Protrek, this is a device designed for outdoor survival and serious hikers and campers.  The triple sensor (Altimeter, Barometer and Compass) make it one of the top outdoor watches on the market.  When it comes to price, ProTrek overall is affordable with most models in the sub-$300 range. While G-Shock also offers lots of great affordable watches, the collection is quite varied and some of the models are much more expensive than even the top Pro-Trek models, especially if you look at the G-Shock Masters of G collection or some of the G-shock Limited Edition models some of which go for well over $1,000. While G-shock does have high-end expensive models, even the most affordable G-Shock models are incredibly robust and reliable. ProTrek truly shines when used exclusively for outdoor expeditions. For simple everyday use and reliability, you can never go wrong with the G-Shock.  

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G Shock Vs Protrek: Battle Of The Casio Watches

Casio is a Japanese company that produces watches, as well as other electronics. They are mostly known for their watches, however. In today’s article, we will be comparing and contrasting Casio’s G Shock vs Protrek watches. We are trying to find out which is the better watch overall. Both of these watches are produced by Casio. The reason we are comparing the two, is because both of these watches are designed to be tough watches

The G-Shock line of watches has become very popular and well known among sports and outdoor enthusiasts, as well as military personnel. G-Shock Watches are praised for their ruggedness and durability. However, there is a lesser known line of tough watches, made by Casio: The Protrek line.

Protrek may not be as popular or well known as the G-Shock line, but does that mean it is inferior to G-Shock in terms of ruggedness and durability? Is G-Shock more popular for a reason, or is Protrek a sleeper hit? We will attempt to answer those questions and more in this G-Shock vs Protrek comparison!

G Shock Vs Protrek: The Origins

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The lore behind the origins of the G-shock line of watches is probably already well known. Kikuo Ibe, the man who designed G Shock watches, accidentally broke a pocket watch that had been given to him by his father. After this, incident, he vowed to create a watch, that was much more resistant to damage. From there, over time G-Shock watches came into being. But what about Protrek? Where does that fit into the picture?

Protrek watches don’t have as much of an endearing origin story. But we’re not here to compare origins. We’re here to compare watches. Casio Protrek watches were first introduced to the market about 10 years after G-Shock. The Protrek watches were marketed exclusively to outdoor enthusiasts. No doubt though, that the concepts behind G-Shock were incorporated into the Protrek series.

G Shock Vs Protrek: Design

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Let’s start things off by looking at the design and build of both watches. They both have a sturdy construction. But the first difference you will notice between G-Shock and Protrek watches is the size difference. On average, G-Shock watches are larger than Protrek watches. Protrek watches tend to be lighter and have a smaller profile than G-Shock. (Although the Protrek Tough Solar series watches match the size of G-Shocks) If you don’t mind a larger watch, then G-Shock will work for you. If you prefer a slightly slimmer watch, then you would want to go with Protrek.

Next, if you examine the dial of most G-Shocks and Protreks, You will notice that G-Shock watches usually have more extra sub-dials. This can be a good thing or a bad thing. If you actually use those extra sub-dials that G-Shocks tend to have, then it works out. If, however, you don’t need the extra sub-dials, then they just become extra clutter on the watch face. Protrek watch dials tend to have a simpler, cleaner profile, keeping only the necessities.

The last thing we will look at here is the button configuration. Protrek watches mostly have different buttons for different modes, which allows for 1 button mode switches. G-Shocks, on the other hand usually have a button that you have to press multiple times to switch from mode to mode, making it a little more of a hassle.

Design Summary

  • more difficult to navigate between modes
  • smaller and lighter
  • cleaner and simpler dial
  • easier to switch between modes

When looking at the design, it would appear that Protrek has the upper hand.

Winner: Protrek

G shock vs protrek: durability.

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Next, we will look at quite possibly the most important factor between these two watches: durability. Well Protreks are definitely tough. They have to be if they are designed for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, etc. However, G-Shock is called G-Shock for a reason. And Protrek is called Protrek for a reason.

These watches are designed with different purposes in mind. The whole idea behind G-Shock is to create the toughest watch possible. All G-Shocks have a water resistance up to a depth of 200 meters. Most Protreks, on the other hand, have a water resistance of between 100 and 200 meters.

Also, Protreks contain more sensitive equipment such a sensors, that could be potentially be damaged, if put through extraordinary punishment. For G-Shocks, this is not a problem sense standard G-Shocks are not made with those extra sensors.

Durability Summary

  • designed to be as tough as possible
  • water resistant to depth of 200 meters
  • most don’t have extra sensors and electronics that may be vulnerable to damage
  • designed for outdoor activity
  • contains extra sensors and electronics that could be susceptible to damage

G-Shocks continue to reign supreme when it comes to taking punishment.

Winner: G-Shock

G shock vs protrek: features.

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The next Point to look at is the features. G-Shock watches come with basic features such as a backlight, timer and alarm. They will also display different time zones. Some G-Shocks will also contain special features such as a thermometer or chronograph.

Protrek watches contain the same basic features as G-Shocks like the alarms, timers, and backlights. Protreks, on the other hand, tend to come standard with even more advanced features such as a compass, barometer, thermometer, accelerometer, and altimeter. Some Protreks will also come with special features such as syncing with your smartphone.

Features Summary

  • Standard G-Shocks contain basic features like timer, stopwatch, backlight, alarm
  • standard Protreks contain more advanced features such as a compass, thermometer, accelerometer, and altimeter

Protreks have the advantage here as they come standard with more features than the standard G-Shock.

G Shock Vs Protrek: Price

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Not much to this one. You will find that G-Shock watches have more of a varied price range from lower to higher. Protrek watches, on the other hand, are almost always going to be priced higher.

So if you are looking for a budget tough watch, you would want to go with G-Shock. If, however, you have more money to spend, then do look into Protrek watches.

Price Summary

  • varied prices from less expensive
  • much more expensive

G-Shocks are cheaper. Period.

G-Shock Vs Protrek: Final Result

So who is the clear winner here between G Shock vs Protrek? The answer is……it’s a tie! Each watch has its pros and cons. The truth is that these two watches were designed with different themes in mind.

If you plan on using the additional navigational and terrain analysis found in the Protrek, and don’t mind spending more money on a watch for such features, then go with the Protrek. If you are just looking for a tough watch, and maybe at a discount price, then a G-Shock is the way to go.

Ultimately, the decision on which watch to get comes down to how you intend to use the watch, and maybe you budget constraints. Or it may just simply be which style you like the most! At the end of the day, these are both tough Casio watches. Using the info gained from this article, you can decide which of these two watches will work best for you!

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Hi everyone! I agree with the comparison BUT I have a extra doubt, because the G-Shock have a small family called Master of G, like Gravity Master Mud Master, etc and, I see that the Pro-Trek PRW-6000Y looks like very similar to G-Shock Mudmaster GWG-1000/2000 and (maybe not the same but) similar features like compass, altimeter and barometer… That’s why, I’ve no idea in which brand should I choose

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G-Shock Mudman GW-9500 Versus Pro Trek PRW-3400

Is the GW-9500 a Pro Trek in a G-Shock case or a G-Shock with a Pro Trek module?

G-Shock Mudman GW-9500 Versus Pro Trek PRW-3400

The Mudman GW-9500 is basically a G-Shock-ified Pro Trek PRW-3400 , which may diminish it in the eyes of those hoping for something shiny and new, while at the same time making it a welcome upgrade for others that are not so keen on the smaller LCD displays found on most G-Shock watches.

In comparing both watches, we should start by mentioning that the Pro Trek PRW-3400 was only released in Japan and China. So unless you’re willing to buy one as an import, this comparison may be moot.

Structure and Exterior:

The PRW-3400 measures 54.7 x 51.7 x 14.6 mm and weighs 63 grams, while the GW-9500 measures 56.7 x 52.7 x 14.8 mm and weighs 81 grams. Despite being a G-Shock, the GW-9500 is only slightly larger than the PRW-3400. The lower weight of the PRW-3400 is due to the case back being made of bio-based resins, while the GW-9500 has a stainless steel case back. The PRW-3400 has a stainless steel rotary bezel which can help when trekking with the compass, while the bezel on the GW-9500 is full resin and stationary.

Both the G-Shock and the Pro Trek have a mineral glass display. The Mudman GW-9500 is available with an inverted LCD display with the GW-9500-1A4 and GW-9500-3 models. There are currently no PRW-3400 or Pro Trek models with both a duplex LCD display and an inverted display. The PRW-3400 has a soft urethane band made of bio-based resin, while the GW-9500 band is listed as standard bio-based resin. Both have a wearable band size of 145 to 215 mm.

The PRW-3400 does not have the shock-resistant specification like the GW-9500, and GW-9500 has a protected cylindrical button structure that is resistant to mud and dust. The GW-9500 is 200-meter water-resistant, while the PRW-3400 is 100-meter water-resistant. The GW-9500 does not have the low temperature resistance specification (-10°C/14°F) like the PRW-3400, but we suspect that it can handle low temperatures.

Both the GW-9500 and PRW-3400 have the exact same functions (but use different modules). Some of the major functions include Tough Solar power, Multi-Band 6 automatic radio time adjustment, Triple Sensor (pressure with altimeter and barometer, compass, thermometer), sunrise and sunset time, and a full auto LED backlight. You can view the specifications for the GW-9500 in our Specs Catalog .

Although the module functions are the same, the LCD displays are not exactly alike. The PRW-3400 appears to have digits that are bolder and slightly larger than the GW-9500, although the images above may not be exactly to scale.

In Japan, the GW-9500 is more expensive with a price of 55,000 yen, compared to 44,000 yen for the PRW-3400-1JF. The GW-9500 charges a significant premium for its ruggedness.

Conclusion:

On the inside, the G-Shock Mudman GW-9500 and the Pro Trek PRW-3400 are essentially the same, but on the outside, the Mudman is much more durable and protected from the elements. The GW-9500 is positioned as more of a survival watch designed for explorers, rescue workers, and extreme athletes, while the PRW-3400 is part of Pro Trek’s Climber Line. Both are great watches, and in our opinion, neither is diminished by the existence of the other. As with all watches, it all comes down to the needs of the individual user, and having another G-Shock option for an all-digital Triple Sensor watch with a more functional display and thinner size is nothing to complain about.

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Lack of STN display is a big oversight I think.

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We often compare different brands and models of watches with each other, but this article will be a little different, because it looks at two CASIO lines of watches – Pro Trek and G-Shock. They have a lot in common: durability, reliability, similar design, but there are a lot of differences between them as well.

We will consider the features of each line in detail, listing the pros and cons, as well as compare specific models in three price ranges: budget, medium, premium. And in the end we will form conclusions: what is better – G Shock or Pro Trek.

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G-Shock – pros and cons

The G-Shock line puts the main emphasis on durability and water resistance, but had to slightly sacrifice readability of displays and compactness.

Advantages: ✅

  • High durability and protection from shocks and vibrations,
  • Water resistance to 200 meters,
  • Auto backlight (not all models)
  • Different models and colors
  • Replaceable elements of the case,
  • Reasonable price.

Disadvantages: ❌

  • Solar battery not all models (mostly battery life of 2-4 years)
  • Triple sensor only expensive models,
  • The readability of the dial is worse compared to the Pro Trek.
  • Poorer quality straps than the Pro Trek

Pro Trek – pros and cons

Readability is important in the Pro Trek line, so all watches have a large round dial with large numbers that are clearly visible in any light.

  • Good readability of the dial,
  • Triple sensor technology in every model,
  • Solar panel in every model,
  • Better standard straps,
  • Sleeker design.
  • Durability and water resistance are lower than G-Shock,
  • Few models with auto backlight
  • Fewer classic models with hands (mostly digital) less choice of models and colors
  • Price is higher on average.

A review of the G-Shock and Pro Trek collections

The G-Shock was released earlier, so let’s start with them. After that, let’s move on to a review of the Pro Trek series.

What is the G-Shock collection ?

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The G-Shock series was first introduced in 1983. Its creator, Kikuo Ibe, set out to develop a very rugged digital watch at the price of consumer-grade G-Shock models it was like a Ford Model T for watch fans . At the time, most wrist accessories had a standard sleek design. And the new G-Shock line was out of the usual wristwatch presentation – plastic case, rubber strap, LCD screen. The new look of the watch created a furore. They wanted, and most importantly, can afford them all: outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, teenagers, businessmen and ordinary workers.

In the years that followed, the watch’s popularity only grew. The regular release of new models and the appearance of a line of women’s models Baby-G for teenagers and women only increased interest in the brand. By 1998, over 20 million G-Shock watches were officially sold worldwide. In 2002, the GW-300, the first G-Shock with radio timing and a solar panel, was launched. In 2010, the world saw the GW-3000, a watch that can withstand 15G. That same year, CASIO reached the 50 million G-Shock units sold.

After just seven years, that number of G-Shocks sold has doubled. On August 17, 2017, a ceremony was held at the Yamagata factory to unveil the MRG-G1000B engraved with 100,000,000.

For nearly 40 years, the G-Shock collection has been the benchmark for reliability in watchmaking. Vibration resistance, resistance to cold, shocks, drops, and water resistance are key features of the models in this line. A great value for money

What is the Pro Trek collection ?

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Ten years after the first G-Shock, in 1994, the first triple-sensor watch, the ATC-1100, was launched. It started the history of the Pro Trek line and since then there has been a lot of debate about whether the G-Shock or Protrek is better. The company continued to improve the series, releasing new models every year. The year 2002 was remarkable: it marked the release of the PRG-50 model with the 2nd generation triple sensor. In 2005 Pro Trek “got” a solar panel. In 2013, the company released PRW-3000 – with a third-generation triple sensor. In subsequent years, the design of the watch changed in the direction of brevity and readability. In 2017 there was an interesting model PRG-600YL-5ER with a leather strap, and in 2018 the compact unisex watch PRW-60-2AER was released.

Pro Treks are designed more for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts, as is clear from the basic functionality (barometer, thermometer, altimeter). They differ from G-Shocks in a more sophisticated design and expanded functionality to make it more comfortable to travel.

All Pro Trek models have a triple sensor, a solar panel, and an automatic elevation feature. Some of these features are also available in the G-Shock, but only in a few premium models.

G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Design and appearance

Consider the difference in size, weight, display, and usability of the watch.

G-Shocks are generally larger than Pro Treks – except for budget solutions. At the same time, the Pro Trek isn’t really small either – it’s just “flatter” and lighter. This can be clearly seen in the following table:

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The first row shows the budget watches G-Shock and Pro Trek. In terms of dimensions, they are about the same, only the Pro Trek is a bit thinner. In the second row are the mid-price segment models. Here the difference in width between the G-Shock and Pro Trek is more noticeable. And in the third row are the premium segment watches. Here the Pro Trek is even a bit more massive, but thinner than the G-Shock.

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In terms of size difference, the Pro Trek is slightly thinner. In terms of width and height, they are either the same as the G-Shock or slightly smaller – the difference is literally a few millimeters.

The Pro-Shocks have multiple buttons – separate ones for altimeter, compass, barometer, so they are more convenient to use. The G-Shocks have a single button that switches modes.

If you like simplicity and minimalism, choose G-Shock. If you want separate buttons for each function, choose Pro Trek.

The biggest difference between G-Shock and Pro Trek is the size and design of the watch face. The difference here is huge.

The G-Shock has a smaller display and is slightly less readable. But it gives them a stylish tactical look and reduces the risk of damage. The G-Shock also has several analog-digital solutions, which are more readable than those with a digital screen. Models come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including the classic square ones.

The Protrek has a large round dial, and the numbers are clearly visible in the center of the screen. Other features (including the compass) are also better visible. The Pro Trek Smart line features models with a bright display instead of an analog dial.

 PRW-7000X-1ER green hands

Overall, the Pro Trek looks like a high-tech hiking watch, while the G-Shock looks like an army tactical model. What to choose – CASIO Pro Protrek or G Shock – depends on preference. Pro Trek will suit those who have poor eyesight or want maximum readability. Fans of tactical design and military style will prefer G-Shock.

Shock resistance and water resistance

In terms of durability, the G-Shock is a real tank. No kidding. You can take the cheapest watch and throw it off a cliff – nothing will happen to it. And it is recorded officially. The budget model G-Shock DW-5600 is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as “the world’s most durable watch. The test was simple – they were driven over by a truck, and they “survived”. Very good for a watch that costs less than $90. However, the rest of the G-Shock solutions are also shockproof and waterproof. Water resistance of 200 m is the standard of the series.

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In terms of durability, the Pro Trek loses out to the G-Shock because it is designed for outdoor activities. They can hardly survive a fall from a cliff or a truck wheel, but in everyday use they are not so easy to break – even if you treat them roughly. So if you want a functional watch for outdoor activities, the durability of the Protrek is definitely enough for you.

Water resistance in this series of watches is less – only 100 m, but it’s still enough for water sports and even scuba diving in shallow depths.

G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Comparison of the legendary CASIO series

The series has a number of nuances regarding the faceplate, you should know about them before choosing a Casio Protrek watch. Since the watch is made of titanium, it is easier to scratch. And that said, there are complications with replacing the faceplate, so if it gets scratched, you’ll have to put up with it. Otherwise, it’s a great shockproof and waterproof watch.

G-Shock vs Pro Trek: Functionality

The Pro Trek has more features than the G-Shock. If you compare premium segment products priced at $1,000 or more, the two lines are about equal. But if you look at cheaper watches, Pro Trek is way ahead of G-Shock in terms of functionality.

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Triple Sensor

The Pro Trek is famous for its triple sensor, which includes:

  • Digital compass,
  • Altimeter/barometer,
  • Thermometer.

All Pro Treks, even the cheapest ones, have it. If you want an affordable triple gauge, the Pro Treks are your best bet. G-Shock also has these devices, but they cost a lot more (from $475). If you don’t need an altimeter, you can take a closer look at the more budget-friendly G-Shock GXW-56-1AER watch.

Features for Climbers.

Pro trek for Climbers

Almost all Pro Treks come with the Trek Log Value Updating feature. When it’s on, the watch automatically records and updates various altitude measurements:

  • high/low altitude values,
  • cumulative ascent/descent values.

The readings are tracked as long as Trek Log Value Updating is on (for 12 hours). Even if the watch is in a different mode.

Most G-Shock watches don’t have this feature. Although it is present in a stripped-down form in the GW-9400-1ER Rangeman. The ability to store altitude readings in automatic mode is one of the key advantages of the Pro Trek.

Global Positioning System – GPS

The technology is available in Pro Trek Smart models, but not in regular Pro Treks. There are two reasons for this:

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  • The watch is designed for hiking in the mountains, where having a compass, altimeter, good frost tolerance and autonomy are more important. GPS strongly “eats up” the battery charge.
  • You need a display to display maps, and most Pro Trek watches have an analog dial.
  • Some G-Shock models also have a GPS module, such as the GBD-H1000-1A4ER or GPR-B1000-1E RANGEMAN.

Synchronization with smartphone

The Pro Trek Smart models have a Bluetooth synchronization feature with your smartphone. This is very convenient for people who travel a lot and have to constantly move their watches.

When you sync with your mobile device on your watch, you can keep track of all notifications and calls. And you can even answer them in different ways (typing, voice input, programmed words, and emoticons). If you remove notifications from the watch display, they will also disappear from the smartphone screen.

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The G-Shock accessories, such as the GBD-H1000-1A4ER, also have this option. After synchronization with a mobile device, the owner will be able to:

  • Notifications of changes in social networks and new letters in the mail,
  • Adjust the exact time via the Internet,
  • Calls without taking the mobile gadget out of his pocket,
  • Install applications on the watch (to save memory on your smartphone),
  • Control your music player.

The watch will also remind you of scheduled events that are marked in the calendar of your smartphone (with a sound alert or vibration).

Comparison of G-Shock and Pro Trek budget models (under $200)

The G-Shock and Pro Trek lines include many accessories in different price categories. To simplify the task, let’s compare watches from each segment: budget, medium, and premium.

  • The CASIO G-2900F-1VER is one of the most popular models. It supports full functionality: stopwatch, timer, auto repeat, calendar, 12/24 time format, second time display, EL backlight, E-DATA notebook, 29 time zones. Battery lasts up to 10 years.
  • The CASIO PRG-270-1ER is a watch made of polymer, with a steel case back and a shock-resistant mineral glass dial. Powered by solar energy. Distinguished by an ultra-modern design. Additional functions include: timer, stopwatch, world time, new generation triple sensor.

If you want an affordable and reliable watch for every day, the G-2900F-1VER is a good choice. The PRG-270-1ER is the right choice for men who like to travel and engage in extreme sports.

Comparison of mid-priced G-Shock and Pro Trek models ($100-$300)

  • The CASIO GA-140-1A1 is one of the most affordable G-Shock, it has everything you need for a little money. They come in a variety of colors (you can match your style). A key feature of the watch is a stopwatch with accuracy to a thousandth of a second. Also supports standard G-Shock functionality: calendar, world time, countdown timer, time format 12/24.
  • The CASIO PRG-600-1CR is a multifunction watch in a round case. Supports Touch Solar technology (solar-powered). The case is made of polymer, the bezel and the back cover are made of steel. It has a wear-resistant PVD coating and a protected crown. Equipped with a smart Touch Movement (which checks the position of the hands every second to prevent
  • them from shaking.) It is frostproof and easily withstands low temperatures.

The CASIO GA-140 for active people and sports fans: If you like swimming, running, high-speed driving and can’t sit still, this watch is for you.

The multifunctional PRG-650 will appeal to skiers and snowboarders, hikers, mountain and forest lovers.

Comparison of premium G-Shock and Pro Trek models ($1,000)

The CASIO GWG-1000-1AER is a heavy and bulky military style watch, weighing about 100 grams. Distinctive feature – increased protection against vibration, the watch can safely work with a firearm or a jackhammer. Equipped with a triple sensor and solar-powered by Touch Solar technology. The CASIO PRW-7000X-1ER is a limited edition watch. Supports 2 unique functions: moon phase and tide/tide display. The watch is lightweight and rugged with a unique style, 200m water resistance, which is rare in the Pro Trek line. It looks massive and heavy, but feels very comfortable on the wrist. Highlighted hour markers, spiral crown and bezel (all in carbon), and a maximum of gold color details are key features. Another feature is the handy Neon Illuminator.

CASIO GWG-1000-1AER watch suitable for military, hunters, tourists, extreme people. Model CASIO PRW-7000X-1ER will certainly appeal to fans of fishing.

Conclusion: Which model is better G-shock or Pro trak?

There is no single answer. Both series are legendary. It’s up to you to decide which one is better. If you like more solid pieces, you like sports style and you are looking for a watch with high water resistance, resistant to shock / fall, then you should choose G-Shock. If you think the design of G-Shock too rough and massive, you like hiking or military style and functionality – G-shock line you think not enough, look at the more compact CASIO Pro trek .

Make your choice based on design, functionality, price, and other criteria that are important to you.

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Hi all have enjoyed getting into the GShocks in recent months - am now noticing the ProTreks Can someone explain the benefits of a Protrek over a premium G? Different aesthetics but dont some models simply share the exact same technology & functions? Am I missing something or does the triple sensor do everything the advanced Pro trek's do and then some? si  

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Differences at a glance are are size, durability, and water resistance. Generally G-Shock exceeds Protrek in all the categories, usually in aesthetics and name recognition as well, as G's are more style-oriented. G-Shock tends to not put the ABC front and center like the protrek does. Protreks usually have dedicated direct-access buttons, altimeter, compass, barometer. G-Shock would have a single button to cycle through all modes. Under the hood, though, I think the guts are all the same. The primary differences are in design and layout.  

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For example PRW-6100Y and GWG-1000 are comparable in technology inside... The default is in style and G-Shock is wider in proposal  

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I took a look at Pro-Treks and was confused about how to set them up compared the the basic simplicity of the G Shock.  

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I like G-Shocks because of their replaceable bezel which ProTrek lacks. A worry free replaceable bezel is a big incentive for me. It is like having a celphone in a protective case vs. having the phone without a case by itself. For some reason, most ProTreks are rated 100m (unlike G-Shock's 200m) and in addition G-Shocks are advertised to have a better shock protection. However as far as everyday consumer use goes, I think both are of the same durability. I have a ProTrek PRW6000 and a G-Shock Mudmaster GWG1000. They are identical in their functions. I love them both and often have a hard time to chose which one to wear.  

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Digital Pro Treks tend to have much larger digits and cleaner displays than the Gen 1 Rangeman. Also, many of them have standard lugs, making swapping straps fairly easy.  

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harald-hans said: I love both .. View attachment 13761735 View attachment 13761737 View attachment 13761739 Click to expand...

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I think from any practical standpoint Protrek is sturdy enough. For most uses 100m WR is more than sufficient. Ergonomic vise they are superior to many Gs. You may not need ABC functionality as badly as it may seen at beginning.  

I agree with both points. However, let me add that being ana-digi, chrono functions like stopwatch are more convenient to use than on some upscale, office friendly (MTG, MR-G) analogue G Shocks. Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk  

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Epal2Apol said: These two are still my favorite.... View attachment 13761871 Click to expand...

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SgtPepper said: My choice instead of GW-9400. Reasons have already been mentioned. PRW-3500-1: View attachment 13762525 View attachment 13762527 View attachment 13762553 View attachment 13762539 Click to expand...

What's it like to set the time on an analog Pro Trek? I have a G that I don't wear anymore, a GL something or other. It doesn't have atomic time, have to set it by hand and it was such a PITA I just stopped wearing it.  

The analog Pro Treks pictured in this thread all have MultiBand6, so it's a cinch. You just pull the crown out and click to the nearest city and the watch sets itself.  

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Simon said: Can someone explain the benefits of a Protrek over a premium G? Click to expand...
Simon said: Different aesthetics but dont some models simply share the exact same technology & functions? Am I missing something or does the triple sensor do everything the advanced Pro trek's do and then some? Click to expand...

"Two totally different products" Not so different - hence my question. Both are watches, both made by the same company, both have models with exactly the same modules and functions. I would say they are similar products, hence my question that probes why one would chose a GShock with triple sensors over similar functioning ProTrek. "I don't understand what a "premium G" is. Are you talking about a GMW-B500, a GPR-B1000, or what?" In the UK, 'GShock Premium' is a category of GShock and marketed as such by many jewellers - generally it seems to refer to the 1000 serial models https://www.thewatchhut.co.uk/brands/casio-watches/g-shock-watches/g-shock-premium.htm "There is no law that dictates that watch companies can't have identical features in watches in different lines / sub-brands." As a newbie I am comparing and contrasting what are marketed in UK as 'premium' G's & Pro-Trek's and I was wondering what the respective markets/use/benefits for each were - it would seem from some answers above that it comes down to preferences over aesthetics & WR given that now some premium G's share the exact same modules and functionability as ProTreks. Traditionally in England the ProTreks were often found in hiking shops and the only person I have known in 2 decades to wear a ProTrek is a professor of Astronomy who regularly finds himself up South American Mountains. Presumably Pro-Trek as a name refers to 'professional trekking' -a title that could equally be a name given to a Gshock with altimeter/barometer?  

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Simon said: "Two totally different products" Not so different - hence my question. Both are watches, both made by the same company, both have models with exactly the same modules and functions. I would say they are similar products, hence my question that probes why one would chose a GShock with triple sensors over similar functioning ProTrek. "I don't understand what a "premium G" is. Are you talking about a GMW-B500, a GPR-B1000, or what?" In the UK, 'GShock Premium' is a category of GShock and marketed as such by many jewellers - generally it seems to refer to the 1000 serial models https://www.thewatchhut.co.uk/brands/casio-watches/g-shock-watches/g-shock-premium.htm "There is no law that dictates that watch companies can't have identical features in watches in different lines / sub-brands." As a newbie I am comparing and contrasting what are marketed in UK as 'premium' G's & Pro-Trek's and I was wondering what the respective markets/use/benefits for each were - it would seem from some answers above that it comes down to preferences over aesthetics & WR given that now some premium G's share the exact same modules and functionability as ProTreks. Traditionally in England the ProTreks were often found in hiking shops and the only person I have known in 2 decades to wear a ProTrek is a professor of Astronomy who regularly finds himself up South American Mountains. Presumably Pro-Trek as a name refers to 'professional trekking' -a title that could equally be a name given to a Gshock with altimeter/barometer? Click to expand...

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Wow some great looking PT's in this thread. My eyes have been opened. Now I wish I'd purchased a PT instead of one of my 9400 Rangers. Damn you, damn you all to hell hahaha. Seriously, thanks for all the photos in this thread, I've learned a lot. But now I want a PT.  

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WTMA - these are beautiful - what are these two model numbers? I cant find them so assume they are no longer in production?  

They are the ProTrek PRT-4000T 7A (silver bezel) and 7B (golden bezel), there's another variant which is a collaboration between Casio and Hunting World (PRT-4000HWJ). This JDM model was in production only for a short period of time 1998-99 I believe, and the case is all titanium (no resin at all). These two pieces that I have are both NOS which is very hard to find nowadays, they're my grail watches. There's a good review here on WUS: https://www.watchuseek.com/f17/full-titanium-protrek-3523130.html https://www.watchuseek.com/f296/review-prt-4000hwj-2988122.html#/topics/2988122  

Generally speaking Protrek is less sold than G and also offered mostly for outdoorsy crowd. Casio not stupid and knows what works. Analog digital Protreks are true marvels. As G-Shock, this line of watches can be on bigger side apart from 3000 model and new analog digital (60 series) G-Shock are tough watches for many in many price points. From utilitarian DW5600 at 50$ and G2900 to top of the line hand crafted titanium sculptures. G-Shock has enough to be whole watch company by itself. It actually has more than many companies offer in their portfolio. Whole point of Protrek (until recently) was triple sensor and ability to serve in some capacity hiking and outdoor community. It specialized watch line not targeting general public. You can wear it any time and place but without use of sensor there are far better (often) propositions in Casio line (unless you hooked up on design). New Protrek watches crossed border into more fashion territory and many of them look astounding. That said you do see people wearing outdoor gear (jackets and clothing, hiking boots) and that what Protrek is. I wear hiking shoes but for a watch my choice is square G. I strongly suggest to find place where you can try them.  

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Casio markets Pro Trek like this (well at least it used to) basically it's like a digital version of the Seiko Landmaster. https://protrek.com/asia-mea/en/concept/history.html Maybe the different Casio lines are starting to blur meaning they are making too many models. I mean even some Oceanus models are starting to look like MR-G/MT-G (okay maybe slight exaggeration here on my part). I think Casio is trying too hard to upscale their brands across the board like Seiko has been doing. Then models from the different lines will start to overlap.  

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krayzie said: I think Casio is trying too hard to upscale their brands across the board like Seiko has been doing. Then models from the different lines will start to overlap. Click to expand...

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kubr1ck said: PRT-610 (1998 release) In terms of taking risks with design, Casio was at the top of their game in the mid-90s. View attachment 13765469 View attachment 13765471 Click to expand...

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Omsk is one of the largest cities in Russia, a major scientific, cultural, sports, transport, and industrial center. The administrative center of Omsk Oblast, it is the second most populous city in Siberia.

The population of Omsk is about 1,126,000 (2022), the area - 567 sq. km.

The phone code - +7 3812, the postal codes - 644000-644246.

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History of Omsk

Foundation of omsk.

The need to build a Russian fortress on the banks of the Irtysh at the mouth of the Om River arose in connection with the steppe nomadic peoples. In particular, with the Oirats, whose tribes in the first decades of the 17th century began to appear within the borders of the Russian state being under the onslaught of their external enemies and as a result of internal civil strife. However, various foreign and domestic political problems of Russia hindered the development and defense of the South Siberian borders.

The situation changed only at the beginning of the 18th century, when the Russian conquest of Siberia intensified. Since Peter I paid great attention to geographical research in the south, the expeditions of that time combined socio-political tasks and tasks of scientific research.

One of such expeditions was led by the Russian military and statesman, associate of Peter I, Major General Ivan Bukhgolts. The goals of the expedition, numbering about 3,000 people, were to search for ore and gold deposits, the discovery of trade routes to India and China, as well as the construction of towns on the Irtysh River.

The expedition left Tobolsk to the south along the Irtysh in July 1715. In the spring of 1716, after a conflict with the Dzungars in the north of today’s Kazakhstan, the remnants of the expedition (about 700 people) withdrew to the mouth of the Om River, where they laid a new fortress named Omsky ostrog (fortified settlement).

According to the census of 1725, 992 people lived in the fortress, in 1742 - 1,092 people. From the first years of its existence, it served as a place of exile for prisoners. After serving hard labor and imprisonment, a lot of them stayed in Omsk for permanent residence.

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Omsk in the second half of the 18th century

The ethnic composition of the region’s population was formed in the process of settling the territory. Russians, Germans, Ukrainians, Poles, Belarusians, and representatives of many other nationalities were sent here to serve or were exiled. The indigenous people of the region were the Siberian Tatars and Kazakhs, who switched to a sedentary lifestyle.

The foundation of the second Omsk fortress took place in 1762. The first fortress, although it occupied a favorable geographical position, was wooden and, by the middle of the 18th century, it was dilapidated. In 1765, new stone fortifications were constructed. The first stone structure of the fortress was the Resurrection Military Cathedral, built in 1773 and preserved to this day.

In the end of the 18th century, the Omsk fortress was one of the largest structures in the eastern part of the Russian Empire, its area was more than 30 hectares. In 1782, it was transformed into a town named Omsk within the Tobolsk Governorate. In 1785, the coat of arms of Omsk was approved.

Omsk became the center of management of the Siberian transport routes and the Siberian Cossack army, which not only guarded the South Siberian borders, but also made a huge contribution to the economic development of the steppe expanses of Kazakhstan, the annexation of Central Asia to the Russian Empire.

Omsk in the 19th century

The fire of 1819 destroyed almost half of the town including the archive and the magistrate of Omsk with all the first archival documents. Therefore information about the life of Omsk in the 18th - early 19th centuries is scarce and fragmentary. In 1825, the population of the town was about 9,000 people.

In 1829, the town’s development plan was approved. It was made by the famous Petersburg architect V.I. Geste, who took the city of St. Petersburg as a model with its wide avenues, huge neighborhoods, fountains, cast-iron bridges, and an abundance of green spaces.

The composition of the population of Omsk was not quite usual. In the middle of the 19th century, since Omsk was the center of the military and civil administration, the proportion of the military in the local population reached about 60%.

Fyodor Dostoevsky (one of the greatest psychological novelists in world literature), who served a term of hard labor in the Omsk prison in 1850-1854, in a letter to his brother gave Omsk the following description: “Omsk is a disgusting town. There are almost no trees. In summer, heat and wind with sand, in winter, a snowstorm. I have not seen nature. The town is dirty, military and highly depraved.”

By the second half of the 19th century, Omsk in its development outstripped many steppe towns and became not only an administrative, but also a commercial and industrial center. In 1861, in Omsk, there were 2,122 houses (31 stone houses), 34 factories and plants, about 20 thousand residents.

In 1892, the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway began, which gave a new impetus to the economy of Siberian towns and positively influenced Omsk. The development of the Trans-Siberian Railway caused an increase in the urban population due to migrants who came to work from the central part of the Russian Empire. According to the 1897 census, 37.3 thousand people lived in Omsk. The town had 14 streets with a total length of more than 140 km and 13 squares.

Omsk in the first half of the 20th century

The beginning of the 20th century was a time of great changes for Siberia. Mass peasant colonization caused a sharp leap in the development of the region’s economy, primarily its agrarian sector, and the Trans-Siberian Railway ensured the inclusion of the local economy in the system of the All-Russian and European markets.

Due to its favorable economic and geographical position - at the intersection of the railway and the Irtysh River, in the middle of a vast agricultural territory - Omsk quickly turned into a large transport, trade and industrial center of Western Siberia and Governor-Generalship of the Steppes (Eastern and Central Kazakhstan).

Wholesale trade in bread, butter and other agricultural products was concentrated here. Omsk also became one of the industrial, social and cultural centers of Western Siberia. By 1903, the city’s population grew to 60 thousand people. In 1914, it had about 134.8 thousand residents. Omsk became the most populous city in Siberia.

During the Civil War on the territory of the former Russian Empire, from June 1918 to November 1919, Omsk was the residence of the Supreme Ruler of Russia, Admiral Alexander Kolchak, who declared this city the capital of white Russia opposing red Russia of the Bolsheviks. Soviet power was finally established in the city in 1920.

In the summer of 1921, an event took place that had a decisive impact on the cultural and economic life of Omsk. The functions of the administrative center of Siberia were transferred from it to the city of Novonikolaevsk (future Novosibirsk). In 1934, Omsk became the administrative center of a separate Omsk Oblast.

Over the years of industrialization, Omsk became one of the largest centers for agricultural engineering in the USSR. The metal-working industry also developed at a rapid pace. In 1939, Omsk numbered more than 288 thousand people.

During the Second World War, about 200 industrial enterprises were evacuated to Omsk, as well as 60 hospitals, dozens of educational institutions, theaters, museums, and hundreds of thousands of refugees.

Omsk after the Second World War

In the post-war years, new enterprises were put into operation in Omsk, all existing factories and plants were reconstructed and expanded. The industrial potential of the city was also strengthened by the Omsk oil refinery, the largest in the country. In connection with the rapid development of industry, especially petrochemical enterprises, the ecological situation deteriorated. The concentration of harmful substances in the air sharply increased. In 1964, the population of Omsk was about 702 thousand people.

In the 1970s-1980s, Omsk developed rapidly. In 1975, the city’s population exceeded 1 million. The most pressing problem was the ecological situation. Omsk was in the top 10 cities of Russia in terms of environmental pollution. Another problem that required an immediate solution was the development of passenger transport. The capacity of Omsk streets was exhausted, and therefore the construction of the subway became an urgent issue.

The economic crisis that gripped Russia after the collapse of the USSR had a negative impact on the economy of Omsk and the region as a whole. There was a significant decline in industrial production, construction volumes fell, and unemployment rose. A lot of organizations of the defense complex, research institutes, and design bureaus found themselves in a deep crisis without the state defense order.

The share of mechanical engineering and metalworking, light industry, and, to a lesser extent, chemical and petrochemical, forestry and woodworking industries decreased. At the same time, the share of the fuel industry, energy, and construction materials industry began to grow.

In the 2000s, Omsk again became one of the most important economic centers of Western Siberia with a developing mechanical engineering, petrochemical industry, various branches of the woodworking, construction industry, and a highly productive agro-industrial complex. In recent years, Omsk has also acquired the features of one of the largest Siberian centers of entrepreneurship and banking/financial activities.

Architecture of Omsk

On the street in Omsk

On the street in Omsk

Author: Tim Brown

Yak-9 fighter aircraft in front of the aerospace engineering company Polyot in Omsk

Yak-9 fighter aircraft in front of the aerospace engineering company Polyot in Omsk

The Omsk Cadet Corps

The Omsk Cadet Corps

Author: Stanislav Katsko

Omsk - Features

Omsk is located in the south of the West Siberian Plain at the confluence of the Om River into the Irtysh, about 150 km from the border of Russia with Kazakhstan. About 60% of all residents of Omsk Oblast live in Omsk. The City Day of Omsk is celebrated on the first Saturday of August.

The city’s coat of arms is very similar to the first coat of arms of Omsk approved by Empress Catherine II in 1785. It depicts a part of the brick fortifications, which symbolizes the reason for its foundation as a fortress and the center of the Siberian defensive line.

Omsk belongs to the temperate climatic zone with a continental climate of the forest-steppe of the West Siberian belt. It is distinguished by an abundance of sunlight. The average air temperature in January is minus 16.3 degrees Celsius, in July - plus 19.6 degrees Celsius. The highest wind speeds are observed in winter and spring, which is the reason for frequent snow and dust storms.

In the past, the ecological situation in Omsk was very unfavorable. Since 2011, the city’s environmental development rating has increased significantly. This was the result of large-scale modernization of many large industries (including the Omsk oil refinery). Today, road transport is the main source of air pollution in the city.

The level of pollution of the Omsk rivers - Irtysh and Om - remains consistently high. Swimming in them is prohibited. While industrial effluents are becoming more environmentally friendly, sewers are releasing waste products including diesel fuel and petroleum products into the rivers. Dust raised by dust storms is also a serious problem for the city as it contains a lot of harmful substances including lead.

The city’s industry is based on oil refining, petrochemistry, chemical industry, mechanical engineering (production of aerospace equipment, armored vehicles, agricultural equipment). Omsk is a major transport junction - the Trans-Siberian Railway runs through the city from west to east, and the navigable Irtysh River crosses it from south to north. Omsk Airport offers regular flights to Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Tyumen, Surgut, Yekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Salekhard, Kazan, Krasnodar, Sochi.

The unfinished subway of Omsk has become famous in Russia thanks to its only one fully built station. Its construction began back in 1992. However, due to funding problems, the completion of the first line was postponed numerous times. In 2019, it was finally decided to permanently stop construction. For local residents, because of the long wait for the completion of the construction, the Omsk metro symbolizes unrealizable hopes, they talk about it with irony.

In Omsk, there are practically no buildings higher than 50 meters, according to this parameter it is one of the lowest cities with a population of over one million. 130 architectural monuments are concentrated in the central part of the city, almost half of the total number.

Main Attractions of Omsk

Dormition Cathedral - the largest church in Omsk located in the very center of the city. The original church was built in 1891-1898. In 1935, it was completely destroyed. In 2005-2007, an exact copy of the building was restored in its original place. This is one of the most beautiful buildings in Omsk. At night, the building is illuminated and looks especially majestic. Tarskaya Street, 7.

Irtysh Embankment - the main walking street of Omsk with a picturesque view of the Irtysh River. Built in the middle of the 20th century, the embankment was reconstructed in the 2000s. You can walk along the alley on foot, ride rollerblades or a bike.

Merchant Batyushkin’s Mansion (1902). This architectural monument is located on the Irtysh Embankment. It is also known as the Kolchak’s House because Alexander Kolchak, the Supreme Ruler of Russia, lived in this building in 1919. One part of the building is occupied by the registry office of the Central District of Omsk. The Center for the Study of the History of the Russian Civil War is also open here. Irtyshskaya Naberezhnaya Street, 9.

Omsk State Museum of History and Local Lore - one of the oldest museums in Siberia and Russia founded in 1878. In total, this museum has over 200 thousand various objects of cultural, historical and artistic value. The museum is especially proud of such exhibits as the cast-iron figures of the Chinese lions Shi-Tzu, presented to the museum from China in 1895, as well as the skeleton of a woolly mammoth almost 3 meters high. Lenina Street, 23?.

Omsk Regional Museum of Fine Arts named after M.A. Vrubel - one of the largest museums of fine arts in Siberia. It has collections of foreign and Russian art from antiquity to the present day. In total, there are over 22 thousand works by painters, graphic artists and sculptors, as well as more than 1.5 thousand rare folios.

Walking through the exhibition halls, you can admire the canvases of Shishkin, Aivazovsky, Surikov, Repin, Serov, Vereshchagin. The exhibition of rare icons dating from the 17th-20th centuries is of constant interest among visitors, as well as a unique collection of jewelry made of precious metals found in the Scythian and Sarmatian burial mounds. Two buildings of the museum are located at Lenina Street 3 and 23.

In November 2019, a new exhibition was opened in a historical building at Muzeynaya Street, 4 - the exhibition of art of the 20th-21st centuries. The Hermitage-Siberia Center is located here too - the first representation of The State Hermitage Museum (the second-largest art museum in the world) beyond the Urals.

Chokana Valikhanova Street - a pedestrian street located in the historic part of Omsk. The street is decorated with abstract architectural forms, flower beds, wrought-iron lanterns. The walking area ends with an observation deck with a picturesque view of the Irtysh River.

Museum of Kondraty Belov . The museum of this landscape painter born in Omsk can be found in a picturesque wooden house, which is considered one of the most interesting architectural monuments of Omsk. The exposition tells about the life and work of Kondraty Belov, as well as about the history of the building itself.

In total, this museum has about 700 exhibits. The permanent exhibition also includes works by Kondraty Belov’s son Stanislav and paintings by some other local artists. In addition, temporary exhibitions of contemporary Omsk artists are regularly held here. Chokana Valikhanova Street, 10.

Plumber Stepanych Monument - an unusual sculpture located in the center of Omsk, which you can literally stumble upon while walking along Lenin Street between the houses #12 and #14. Leaning out of the hatch, the plumber is depicted as realistic and life-size as possible. It is among the most photographed monuments in Omsk. There is a similar sculpture in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.

Lyuba Monument . This sculpture, located on the opposite side of Lenin Street from the monument to the plumber Stepanych, is especially loved by Omsk residents and tourists, who love to be photographed against its background.

This beauty in a lace dress with a neckline and a crinoline sitting on an openwork bench and reading a novel had a real prototype - Lyubov (diminutively Lyuba or Lyubasha) Gasford, the wife of the Governor-General of Siberia, who lived in Omsk in the 19th century and died at a young age due to illness. One of the streets of Omsk and the park are named in her memory. She is a local symbol of femininity and beauty.

Omsk Fire Tower - a picturesque architectural monument built at the beginning of the 20th century. Inside the tower there are museum expositions dedicated to the local fire brigade and the history of tower construction. Internatsionalnaya Street, 41?.

Park of Culture and Rest named after the 30th anniversary of the Komsomol - a popular place for walks, recreation and entertainment of Omsk residents and tourists, which has retained “the spirit of the Soviet era” in its name. Today, on an area of 73 hectares, several zones have been organized, various types of recreation are presented. There are walking alleys, ponds, water activities, for example, riding on hydro-scooters.

The ice town is open in winter, the Return of the Dinosaurs exhibition - in summer. The “House Upside Down” exposition is also popular with tourists. This park is a place for mass festivities, city celebrations and events. Maslenitsa, Christmas, City Day, and other holidays are celebrated here. Maslennikova Street, 136.

Natural Park “Bird Harbor” - a specially protected area located on the path of bird migration in the central part of Omsk. During autumn flights, up to 3 thousand birds stop here for rest. It is a great place to enjoy nature, walk along the eco-trail, and observe the life of birds. The park is situated in the floodplain on the left bank of the Irtysh River next to the Victory Park on Yeniseyskaya Street.

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Chapel of St. George in Omsk

Chapel of St. George in Omsk

Cathedral of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in Omsk

Cathedral of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in Omsk

Cathedral of the Nativity in Omsk

Cathedral of the Nativity in Omsk

Sights of Omsk

Fountain with frogs in the park next to the main building of the Agricultural Academy in Omsk

Fountain with frogs in the park next to the main building of the Agricultural Academy in Omsk

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Church of St. Nicholas in Omsk

Church of St. Nicholas in Omsk

Exaltation of the Holy Cross Cathedral in Omsk

Exaltation of the Holy Cross Cathedral in Omsk

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  10. PRG340-3

    The PRO TREK line of authentic outdoor gear for nature lovers introduces the PRG340, a timepiece that incorporates environmentally friendly bio-based resin* while delivering the same comfortable fit for your wrist. The case and urethane band are crafted from bio-based resin made with castor oil and the band from bio-based resin made with corn.

  11. Casio G-Shock vs Pro Trek Watches

    The diameter of the display is the most obvious difference between the Pro Trek and G-Shock watches. Pro Trek's display is big, round, and clear in almost any weather condition. Like all other features including the compass are more readable than on a G-Shock, which makes Pro Treks trekking friendly. Pro Treks are usually known for their ...

  12. What's the difference between Casio pro trek and g-shock?

    The only real difference is water resistance; most G-Shock models (~200 meters) have increased depth compared to Pro Trek (~100 meters). Pro Trek models still have a lot of the same exact design principles as G-Shock models such as shock resistance, low temperature resistance, electrical resistance, cross frame structure, Tough Movement for ...

  13. Prg-601pe

    G-SHOCK FORGOTTEN FUTURE. PRO TREK Pendleton Collaboration Model PRG601PE. PRO TREK Pendleton Collaboration Model PRG601PE-5. The Pendleton collaboration model: Celebrating harmonious coexistence with nature. Introducing a collaboration with the brand Pendleton, beloved for over a century. The Pendleton touch is visible throughout this ...

  14. G-shock vs Pro Trek: a comparison of the legendary casio models

    The G-Shock and Pro Trek lines include many accessories in different price categories. To simplify the task, let's compare watches from each segment: budget, medium, and premium. The CASIO G-2900F-1VER is one of the most popular models. It supports full functionality: stopwatch, timer, auto repeat, calendar, 12/24 time format, second time ...

  15. Pro Trek vs GShock

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  16. Can you explain Pro Trek vs G shock? : r/gshock

    As we know all G's will have shock resistant materials enclosing the inner module. 20 bar water resistance also. ProTrek won't come with this and WR will vary, typically only 10Bat. How important this is to you is an individual thing as ProTrek by any other watch standards are incredibly tough. In reality for most of us the difference is ...

  17. Amazon.com: Solar Watch Fast Charger, Led Light for Charge Solar

    Solar Watch Fast Charger, Led Light for Charge Solar Watches with Size Caps, 8H Automatic Off Function Compatible Casio G Shock, Tough, Protrek, Seiko, Citizen, Garmin, Timex, Bering, FANMIS (White) Visit the ECEEN Store. 4.6 4.6 out of 5 stars 304 ratings | Search this page . ... Casio Pro Trek Atomic Timekeeping, Tough Solar Triple Sensor w ...

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  19. G-SHOCK PRG-340-3 Pro Trek Men's Watch

    G-SHOCK PRG-340-3 Pro Trek Men's Watch. $380.00. or 4 interest-free payments of $95.00 with. ⓘ. Free Shipping. Returns. Pro Trek PRG-340-3. Get out into the great outdoors with a solar-powered PRO TREK featuring eco-friendly materials that care for the environment. The PRO TREK line of authentic outdoor gear for nature lovers introduces the ...

  20. Omsk city, Russia travel guide

    Omsk is one of the largest cities in Russia, a major scientific, cultural, sports, transport, and industrial center. The administrative center of Omsk Oblast, it is the second most populous city in Siberia. The population of Omsk is about 1,126,000 (2022), the area - 567 sq. km. The phone code - +7 3812, the postal codes - 644000-644246.

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  22. PRG340SC-2

    PRG340SC-2. NEW 04/2024. FAVORITE / COMPARE. Go bold and bright. Get out and explore the great outdoors! Get the PRO TREK PRG340SC with dual-layer LCD, featuring environmentally responsible materials. This is the first PRO TREK timepiece with a Dura Soft band made from reused resin scraps left over from manufacturing processes.

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    Na Troih. Review. Save. Share. 3 reviews #542 of 546 Restaurants in Omsk Cafe Seafood International. Lenina St, House 21, Building 1, Omsk Russia 24-65-93 + Add website + Add hours. Enhance this page - Upload photos! Add a photo. There aren't enough food, service, value or atmosphere ratings for Na Troih, Russia yet.

  24. Prg-601yb

    The PRG-601YB-3 features a khaki dial with an accent color of yellow. Combining visibility with aesthetic sensibility, the design creates an appearance that is fitting for outdoor gear. DETAIL1. Triple Sensor (digital compass, barometer/altimeter, and thermometer) senses natural changes. DETAIL2. Tough Solar powered for converting light to energy.

  25. Casio G-shock Gmw-b5000ss-2jr カシオウオッチ50周年記念モデル

    時代やライフスタイルに寄り添う機能と、こだわりのcmfデザイン(カラー、素材、仕上げ)で、これまでの歴史とこれからの挑戦を象徴する特別仕様に仕上げました。g-shock初号機のフォルムをフルメタル外装で受け継ぐgmw-b5000をベースモデルに採用。