Casio doesn’t mess around when it comes to their G-Shock line of watches. These things have made a name for themselves as being nigh indestructible since hitting the scene in 1983. It’s kinda their thing. The latest addition to the G-Shock stable, the GA900 series, continues this trend in full on industrial style. The GA900 collection kicks off with three new references that bring vibrant colorways to the new construction. They’re bold, brash, and best of all, under $200.
The GA900 watches are defined by their all new cases, which house the watch module, and provide easy access for strap changes. The GS900 case is decagonal at its edge, with 4 large hex screws securing the top portion to the underside, providing a carriage of sorts to house the new 5637 module within, which is unique to the GA900. Measurements aren’t for the faint of heart, clocking in at 52.8mm in diameter (though just 49.5mm lug to lug), and 16.9mm in height. The dial combines analog hands with digital displays for the bevy of complications at your disposal, such as world time; 5 daily alarms; 1/100th second stopwatch; and a 1/10th second countdown timer from 60 minutes.