Casio G-Shock GW-9200-1ER Watch - Just in Time for the 2008 Olympics

Aug 07, 2008
The initial version of the Casio G-Shock Riseman was introduced in the middle of the 1990s. Besides well-known G-Shock characteristics, such as shock-resistance, 20-bar water-resistance and extremely long life, the Casio watch incorporated several outdoor features, having immediately become the brand's bestseller highly demanded on the market.

Today, 10 years after the launch of the first model, Casio fans are delighted by the news that the Riseman concept is brought back to life. Casio has created a new, spectacular all-in-one watch - the G-Shock GW-9200-1ER, based on advanced technology, function and design. The timepiece is destined to become the first G-Shock provided with the advanced Multiband 6 radio-controlled technology.

The G-Shock GW-9200-1ER incorporates a radio receiver encoding six radio signals, including the Chinese radio signal, a great advantage for those interested in the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.

The Casio watch has been packed with the useful functions distinguishing the specialized outdoor models of the brand. The watch's display shows altimeter, barometer and thermometer measurements. The World Time function of the watch allows it to display the current time in major cities and specific areas around the world. It is also provided with an internal memory for storing the measured data.

The Casio G-Shock GW-9200-1ER is also 20-bar water-resistant. Moreover, the watch is environment-friendly and efficient as it incorporates the brand's celebrated Tough Solar technology, running on the solar energy.

The new Casio G-Shock watch is sure to become an instant hit with men of active lifestyle due to its innovative outdoor functions and stylish design.

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