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    Casio G'zOne Ravine Cell Phone Review

    Casio continues to expand its rugged phone line with the G’zOne Ravine, a follow-up to other Casio handsets like the G’zOne Brigade and the G’zOne Rock. Like them, the Ravine is resistant to dust, water, shock, and a variety of environmental hazards. Casio is billing it as a phone for the outdoor...

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    Verizon G'zOne Boulder Cell Phone Review

    Skinny, touch-screen phones may be the flavor du jour of the cell phone world, but there are still those of us who want a handset that can take a beating. Ruggedized phones are nothing new, of course, but few are attractive or designed with the everyday consumer in mind. The Casio G’zOne...

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    Casio Exilim C721 Cell Phone Review

    Casio may be better known for its slim Exilim cameras than its mobile handsets in the U.S. The only Casio phones available in the U.S. have been the G’zOne series of handsets, all of which are ruggedized and built to withstand the elements. The G’zOne Type-V was the first, followed by the...

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    Casio G'zOne Rock Cell Phone Review

    The Casio G’zOne series of ruggedized phones have made fans over the years, ever since the Type-V model that was released in 2006. They are made not just for those with hard-hat jobs, but also for those of us who simply want durable phones that will survive a dunk in the tub....

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    Casio G'zOne Brigade Cell Phone Review

    Casio has made a name for itself in the ruggedized handset market with the G’zOne series of phones. From the Type-V to the more recent G’zOne Rock, these phones are military-certified to take a beating and keep on ticking. Now Casio has finally released its first-ever ruggedized messaging phone–probably the first of...

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    Casio Pathfinder PAW1500T-7V Watch Review

    The face of a watch, like a person, often tells you quite a bit about what they are. Sometimes they’re subtle and restrained, and sometimes their place in the world is writ large for all to see. The Casio Pathfinder, model number PAW1500T-7V is one of those “this is who I am,...

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    Casio G-Shock AWG101-1V Watch Review

    One of the good things about a G-Shock fan is that there are so darn many models out there. And they’re updated frequently, so if you don’t see what you want, it’ll be there sooner than you think. We’ve reviewed quite a few G-Shocks, and think that they represent excellent value and...

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    Casio G-Shock GW-M5600BC Watch Review

    Sometimes the only way to really know how much you like a particular watch is to simply see how much you wear it. I’ve had plenty of watches which I thought I was going to love — watches with all the right features and materials — but that ended up getting almost...

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    Casio G-Shock GS-1200-1AJF Watch Review

    Reviewed today is the Casio G-Shock GS-1200-1AJF. We’ve done a fair number of G-Shock reviews here on WatchReport, but this one might be the most unusual to date. To give you an idea why, here’s the specifications for the GS-1200: •New tough movement calibre 5046 assembled on a new factory line just...

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    Casio G-Shock MTG-1500-1AJF Watch Review

    I’m a big fan of Casio’s MRG line of watches (as evidenced by my recent review of the MRG-7500BJ), but there’s no question that they are expensive. Fortunately, Casio created the MTG line of watches for those of us who want all the features of the MRG line (and even a few...

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    Casio MRG-7500BJ-1AJF Watch Review

    The MRG line of Casio G-Shocks is as high-end as G-Shocks come. They are the most sophisticated, most refined, toughest, and, of course, most expensive watches Casio makes. Watches in the MRG line range from around $700 to over $3,000 with the MRG-7500 falling in the middle at around $1,500. Why so...

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    Casio G-Shock Frogman GWF-1000 Watch Review

    Today’s review is Casio’s latest in their Frogman line of G-Shock dive watches. These are the first in that line to have atomic timekeeping and solar power. Let’s take a look and see what you get for a list price of $725! Specifications: •Water resistant to 200m (660ft). •Dedicated dive timer with...