Orbita Tourbillon Watch Winder Review
Previous
RANDOM
Seiko SKA367 Kinetic Dive Watch Review
Next

Casio G-Shock Gulfman (GW-9100) Watch Review

by The Review CrewSeptember 5, 2010

The new Casio G-Shock Gulfman is an interesting new addition to Casio’s G-Shock line. It has the same set of features as all the G-Shocks I review:

* Atomic calibration.
* Solar powered.
* 200 meter water resistant (about 650 feet).
* Automatic calendar.
* Electroluminescent backlight.
* 48-city world time.
* 5 daily alarms, 1 snooze.
* 60 minute countdown timer.
* Stopwatch.

However, it also has a couple of new tricks:

* Multi-band atomic. That means it can calibrate in the US, UK, Germany, and Japan (most previous G-Shock models only calibrate in the US and Japan).
* Titanium case and caseback. Most G-Shocks use stainless steel, so the GW-9100 is slightly lighter, and slightly more corrosion resistant.

I like the new features of the GW-9100, and I also just really like the look. I like the texture of the titanium case, and the nice large LCD. It also has extra large buttons which makes it easier to operate than most G-Shocks.

If you’re already happy with your solar atomic G-Shock, I don’t think the new Gulfman represents such a big improvement that you need to rush out and buy it right away. But if you’re thinking of getting into the G-Shock game, the GW-9100 is a very good place to start. It certainly makes a fine addition to my G-Shock collection.

What's your reaction?
I Love It
0%
Cool
0%
It's OK
0%
What?
0%
I'm Sad
0%
I Hate It
0%
The Review Crew
The Review Crew is a group of beat editors, writers, and consultants that have been working together for years. They know just about everything about everything collectively and have published their collective work under the Review Crew brand moniker for almost 20 years.