Casio G-Shock DW-6900 Review
The Casio G-Shock DW 6900 is a quartz movement empowered timepiece that is specifically designed to put up with the vigorous lifestyle. The Casio was launched way back 1974. What have they been doing all the years before that? They’ve been selling pocket calculators. Surprised, aren’t you?
So how did they come up with this genius idea, anyway? As a corporation with an avant-garde electronic technology, Casio boldly developed a chronometer that is surely to top the charts. They have consistently invented watches that can literally grow old with you. It comes in different colors which are all eye-candies and lights up the mood just by looking at it.
This classic G-Shock Watch includes a digital gray dial face and a mineral dial window. The day-date-and-month calendar, the countdown timer and the stopwatch betters the watches feature. Resin is the material used for the black resin band and accompanying buckle-clutch finish. The G-shock also has an Atomic Timekeeping Technology that is sure to give you a definitive accuracy of the time and greatly decreases the need to change the battery repetitively.
The sporty and edgy appeal of this watch brings out the best in you and in all the stunning attires you prefer to wear. It doesn’t have multifarious functions or peculiar controls. It has just the right qualities to suit the ultimate taste of almost every individual. It has a scratch-proof feature that can save you--and your watch, from being scraped. The water-proof feature it has is also very competitive because it can stay in the water for quite some time. Despite that, it doesn’t come with a manual. Some may find that a bit harsh but that’s due to the fact that you won’t be in need of them.
You might encounter a problem with the band, it can break off easily. Also be aware that this product is already being imitated a lot in the marketplace. Don’t give others a chance to do that, if you see that the price is too good to be true, take heart, for it might very well be.
In conclusion, no matter how hard you look, you can scarcely find a single “what’s wrong” with this G-Shock DW 6900.