Casio GW-9400-1CR Review

Triple 10: The Casio GW-9400-1CR passes the “Triple 10” concept, which means it can withstand a 10-meter free-fall, has a 10-year battery life and is water-resistant down to 10 bars (about 100 meters). This model actually stays water-resistant up to 200 meters (660 feet), making it suitable for recreational scuba diving.
Triple Sensor Technology: Another strength of this model is its ABC (altimeter, barometer and compass) sensor technology. The GW-9400-1CR stores up to 40 measurement records for each of these instruments. The altimeter is especially impressive in its range, which stretches from 2,300 to 32,800 feet.
Remarkable Durability: A mineral crystal window protects the digital dial, while the stainless steel case and textured buttons are sealed to prevent dirt, dust and mud from getting inside the watch. Backed by a two-year warranty, this model is also shock-resistant and features a tough, resin strap.
Timekeeping Settings: The timekeeping functions on this watch fill a variety of needs. There are 31 time zones, five adjustable alarms, sunrise and sunset data, a full automatic calendar and an on/off button for daylight savings time. Users can even save up to 40 activity-specific times in the watch’s memory bank.
Attractive Design: While the Casio GW-9400-1CR is a little bigger than most military watches, its overall design is very attractive. Red accents complement the black case and stainless steel buttons nicely, while a fully-automatic LED illuminates its quartz movements at night.
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