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- Casio GW-9400-3CR
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For 25 years G-Shock G-Shock digital watches are the ultimate tough watch. Providing durable, waterproof mens digital watches for every activity. G-Shock is the ultimate tough watch. It was born from a developer's dream of "creating a watch that never breaks." Guided by a "Triple 10" development concept, the design teams sought a watch with 10-meter free-fall endurance, 10-bar water resistance and a 10-year battery life.
Introducing RANGEMAN, the latest addition to the Master of G series of tough and rugged timepieces that are designed and engineered to stand up to the most grueling conditions imaginable. RANGEMAN employs a Shock Resistant Triple Sensor, which makes it capable of keeping altitude, barometric pressure, temperature and direction readings at your fingertips.
Cylindrical buttons provide outstanding operation and improved resistance to impact. The frequently used sensor button (center right) has a metal cover that protects it against lateral impact and keeps foreign matter out. Pressing the sensor button in any mode takes you directly to a sensor screen. Each sensor mode has its own audible tone, which means you can determine which mode you are entering without even looking at the watch.
- Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping
- Tough Solar
- Triple Sensor (Altimeter/Barometer, Thermometer and Compass)
- Shock Resistant
- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 3.5 x 3.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00H4M0VCO
- Item model number: GW-9400-3CR
- Batteries: 1 CR2 batteries required.
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 6, 2013
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Casio|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case diameter||5.4 centimeters|
|Case Thickness||18.2 millimeters|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||22 millimeters|
|Calendar||Day and date|
|Special features||Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping (US, UK, Germany, Japan, China)., Receives time calibration radio signals which keep the displayed time accurate., Manual receive function., Altimeter., Low Temperature Resistant (-10 C / 14 F).|
|Item weight||8 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||200 Meters|
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I was a little worried about the size of it, since I know that many big watches (including many cheaper G-Shocks) feel like a brick on your wrist: unnatural, inconvenient, and bulky. Fortunately, this is NOT the case with Rangeman — it "hugs" the wrist in a nice natural way, feels comfortable and nice in general.
Strap is much improved in comparison to, say, G-Shock Riseman GW-9200 [which has the crappiest strap ever and breaks every 3-6 months]. Rangeman's strap is more comfortable, MUCH more rugged and reliable... Yet it's still far from perfect, since I own another watch that has absolutely the best feeling strap I've ever came across: 5.11 Tactical 'Sentinel'. Oh how I wish Rangeman had such a strap... I can just imagine Sentinel's strap on Rangeman's body... A man can dream.
Buttons are very well made, very rugged feel, very confident operation. The sensor (compass/baro/alti/temp) button could be positioned better, though — being perpendicular to the hand it is prone to accidental push from time to time, no matter how well they try to protect it. Although this issue only happens to me when wearing thick gloves.
The size of this watch becomes big advantage in cold weather, when wearing many layers of clothing and thick gloves — any smaller watch would either disappear between the layers or be impossible to strap on top of the clothing. Buttons are also just large enough to operate watch with thick gloves on. You can see how well it's size fits with thick clothing and gloves in few pictures I have shared here (sorry for crappy photo quality, the best camera we had at the moment was el. cheapo smartphone).
It looked mega cool in pictures, and it looks very cool in reality. No doubt I expected pictures to look cooler than real-life model, but I wasn't disappointed: you could say real watch has 90% of coolness seen in pictures. Yes, it looks big, but despite that it also looks quite natural, at least on my hand.
I am NOT a fan of shiny metallic accents such as strap holder and screws, but don't have a problem with them either. Although punting DLC coating on them would add at least +10 coolness points to the appearance of this watch in my opinion.
Altimeter and compass both work perfectly fine for non-professional use ant they are very precise for that matter. I don't care for barometer, though, and watch-based thermometer in general is useless for most cases anyway, so no comments here.
World time is very easy to access and use and is very convenient, since home timezone is displayed at all times on the top.
Stopwatch is accessible via single button press from home screen, which I find ultra-useful and convenient.
Back-light is totally sufficient in 95% of situations, although I like the looks of G-Shock's traditional green back-light much better than this blue one. It's a little uneven, also — light is a tad brighter on one side of the screen.
Battery is good, too — I got this watch when rainy-cloudy season was just starting (and believe me, everything is dark and grey here when it starts). Despite that, battery being on "medium" out of box held just fine. Yet because of my OCD I just had to put it under a bright lamp for several hours to charge it to "full", otherwise it would mess with my head :-)))
Water, cold weather, bumps and hits are nothing to this watch. I like to compare it to my CAT B-100 phone: both are completely indestructible. Unless you would try to destroy them on purpose, of course (and even then it would not be easy).
The negative display:
Since many people raise such big issues with it, I decided to dedicate entire paragraph to it. Yes, it's not perfect, and being a negative display is at times harder to read than regular high contrast display. But it really isn't a problem unless you are 70-year old man with rapidly declining vision. It's perfectly readable under daylight conditions. A little harder to comprehend quickly on a very cloudy and rainy day (though still not a problem). And at twilight/night/dawn you will want to use back-light button to illuminate display anyways. My only complaint would be that they chose low-contrast gold/copper shade for symbols instead of regular silver-gray which works so much better on black background.
All in all, readability of the display is totally fine, though not ideal. It could be a minor annoyance at most, but not a real problem.