G-Shock Digital Black Dial Men's Watch - G-9300GB-1DR (G343)
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- Dial Color: Black, Case Shape: Round, Dial Glass material: Mineral
- Band Color: Black, Band Material: Resin
- Watch Movement Type: Quartz, Watch Display Type: Digital
- Case Material: Resin, Case Diameter: 51 millimeters
- Buckle Clasp
- Measures-Seconds, Shock-Resistant
- Warranty type:Manufacturer; 2 Years Domestic Warranty
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|Band Width||11 Millimeters|
|Calendar Type||Day, Date & Month|
|Case Diameter||5.1 Centimeters|
|Case Material||Resin and Aluminium|
|Case Thickness||13 Millimeters|
|Item Weight||68 Grams|
|Model Number||G-9300GB-1DR (G343)|
|Part Number||G-9300GB-1DR (G343)|
|Special Features||measures-seconds, shock-resistant|
|Water Resistance Depth||200 Meters|
|Warranty Description||2 Years Domestic Warranty|
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I have small wrists, and was afraid this watch band would be too big, but it's not. It looks fine. The watch itself looks fantastic. Very slick looking. I can see the time being pretty hard to read in certain lighting conditions, but after reading about the watch, I knew to expect that. I wanted a negative display, so I'll deal with that.
One feature it has that I didn't know it had is you can set it so the backlight comes on automatically when you raise your wrist at a certain angle. This watch has a lot of cool features. After briefly playing with it, it looks like I will need to calibrate the temp and compass to make them more accurate. This watch looks very sturdy, like most G Shocks. Perfect for my job.
Overall, no disappointments, and I'm happy that I used my Christmas Amazon gift cards for this watch!
Just a note: the watch is built for punishment, the buttons work a little stiff which I understood would be the case. I personally like the black face, but it is harder to see in a dimly lighted area indoors particularly; of course it has the afterglow internal light and can be set for auto turn on.
My 3rd solar casio. First one about I got 6 years ago. Buttons crapped out and lost functions; perma-set to daylight savings time, but it still is working. 2nd solar is a tough solar resin blck face. battery sucked almost immediately. Lost receipt and never got it fixed. Should have read reviews but trusted quality from first Solar. This Mudman's reviews were very positive. Watched a You-Tube demo, read several postings and everything said to pull the trigger, so far 4 days in I am more than pleased. If battery craps out within a month I will be back somehow with an update.
Shipping was an issue but that is not the merchants fault I understand, ie. US Postal Service, and it was free. The watch traveled roughly 1200 miles out of the way to go appx. 80 miles from merchant to my door... go figure, government work.
I would do business with this outfit again... no complaints with them, they did their job +++.
This model is very aesthetically pleasing, from the negative display to the gold accent of the buckle. I am sure it is tough, as it is a G-Shock, though I have not had it long enough to personally vouch for this model.
If you are looking for a good looking, tough, solar watch, look no farther.
Good features: World Time, Compass with heading memory recall, Moon Phase, accurate 24 hour Countdown Timer, real 200M dive capability
Pleasing to the eye
Good high-contrast light feature for viewing display in low light conditions
Thermometer affected by body heat
Lack of analog display makes it difficult but not impossible to read time when using NVG device. It is possible to read display with proper focus and IR illumination active using a standard PVS-14.
Difficult to read display at obscure angles / in some lighting conditions (In fairness this really isn't a Con as much as it is notable)
Update: watch is still going strong. I have managed to scratch the glass while cutting firewood. I don't blame the watch, however I don't feel I was abusive enough to warrant said grooves in the glass. Would suggest purchasing protector.
Compass: the compass seems pretty accurate though the numbers (0-360) bounce around a bit never really staying steady. Thats really no big deal though and can possibly be fixed through calibration. My complaint is that its a button activated, momentary function rather than a live display. My fault for assuming I guess but I figured the little gold circle in the upper left of the face with N, E, S, W....was it. Just a simple, little digital pointer on the inside that moves when you do. Nope. It eventually displays a north pointer when IN compass mode. Eeeh. Still has a compass though...and in the end... thats badass.
Visibility: Mid to bright lighting...GREAT! When backlight's activated in the dark...GREAT. Somewheres between evening and nightfall ...AWFUL. I'm not sure why but there's a couple of hours throughout my day (outside) that it's too dark to read the display but too light for the backlight to help. Sounds strange but I've also been in poorly lit rooms that did the same thing.
Backlight: The backlight shows the display bright and clear when in the dark. However, I dislike how quickly the backlight turns off...even when maxed. I also hate that everything you do shuts it off. For example...if you don't know the order of modes and need to find something at night you must hit MODE, LIGHT....MODE, LIGHT....MODE, LIGHT aww there it is. If you're setting an alarm or doing anything that may take a minute you're constantly activating the backlight every three seconds...annoying. And while we're at it...the backlights button location is stupid. Other G-Shocks have it where it belongs ...big button below the face.
- end of rant.