Casio G-Shock GA-1000-1B Gravity Master watch

Code: H17137
Parameters
Water resist
Water resist
200 m/20 bar
Glass
Glass
mineral
Type
Movement
quartz
Dimension
51x17 mm
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Product parameters:

General

Gender:
Gent
Brand:
Casio
Collection:
Gravity Master
Warranty:
24 months
Water resist:
200 m/20 bar
Weight:
85 g
Country of origin:
Japan

Dial

Type:
analog/digital
Color:
brown
Luminescence:
hands and indexes
Type:
Neobrite

Bracelet

Material:
plastic
Clasp:
pin buckle
Color:
black

Case

Material:
plastic/steel (316L)
Diameter:
51 mm
Thickness:
17 mm
Glass:
mineral
Bezel:
fixed
steel

Movement

Type:
quartz
Caliber:
5302
Frequency:
32 768 Hz

Functions

Date
Weekday indicator
24h cycle
Perpetual Calendar
Alarm
Thermometer
Compass
Chronograph (1/100s)
World time
Countdown

Others

Shock resist
backlight

Package contents:

  • original watch
  • original box (type varies according to the watch collection)
  • multi-lingual operating instructions
  • international warranty booklet

casio

Founded in 1946 by an engineer named Tadao Kashio, Casio’s first breakthrough product was a finger ring cigarette holder. Known as the ‘yubiwa pipe’, it became so successful that the profits helped propel the company’s future as an electronic goods manufacturer.

Starting with electronic calculators in the early 1950s, Casio quickly branched out into different product categories, which included musical keyboards, digital clocks and digital cameras. Its first venture into wristwatches came by way of the G-Shock in 1983. The watch became a worldwide phenomenon for its incorporation of ultra-precise quartz technology with super-robust functionality, anchored by a ‘Triple 10’ performance concept – 10-bar water resistance, 10-year battery life, and shock-resistance that can withstand a 10-metre drop.

The success of the G-Shock was significant not just to Casio, but also the narrative of modern watchmaking. The popularity of affordable and precise quartz watches during the 1980s almost obliterated the Swiss watch industry, which produced mostly mechanical watches. Today, the legacy of the G-Shock has endured and flourished, establishing Casio as a bona fide producer of electronic timepieces with a well-established repertoire including collections like the Sheen and Edifice.