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Detalhes do Produto
Relógio de G-choque preto. Óculos técnicos: Combinação análogo-digital. Choque resistente. Água de 200 metro Resistente. Magnético resistente. Backlight eletro-luminescente. Cronômetro. Time dual. Dail alarmam. Calendário automático. 12/24 hora Formata.
Product Title: Casio G100-1BV G-Shock Relógio De Pulso - Preto
Power Score: 5 | 3 Reviews
Características: Alarm, Calendar/Date, Chronograph, Digital Display, Luminescent
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G100-1BV Black G-Shock Mens Rubber Watch
Pontos Fortes: Very Tough Reliable Water resistant to 200 meters Stop Watch, etc.
Pontos Fracos: None so far
This watch is great. I had another model when they first came out and they last forever, and are extremely tough. They can be used as cronographs as well since they are water proof to 200 meters.
Por franco100000 - May 30, 2008
Very Affordable Rugged and Handsome A/D Chronometer
This is another fine Casio G-Shock, that is very affordable, rugged, handsome analog-digital quartz based watch. Having bought this yesterday, let me offer my thoughts. The watch is relatively light-weight, yet, when the factor resin bands are removed, the watch definitely takes on a decidedly CHUNKY and SOLID feel. Like that old TV commercial for G-Shock, you get the impression you could use...
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This is another fine Casio G-Shock, that is very affordable, rugged, handsome analog-digital quartz based watch. Having bought this yesterday, let me offer my thoughts.
The watch is relatively light-weight, yet, when the factor resin bands are removed, the watch definitely takes on a decidedly CHUNKY and SOLID feel. Like that old TV commercial for G-Shock, you get the impression you could use this watch as a Hockey Puck and not see it damaged.
I like to replace the stock resin bands with after market, so I have done so, using a 16MM Red/Black Speidel Express type leather and nylon band. The red nylon over black leather goes GREAT with the black armor and red letters on this watch. Together, they create a very sporty and 'combat ready' configuration. The band is still a little stiff, but I'm working on it. I save the factory bands as a backup, in case my preferred band breaks.
I set the date, time, etc last night, after I got home. I had no problems setting the watch. All features worked flawlessly. Its easy to set the date, time, and analog time on this watch. Just hold down the H-SET button, and watch the hands turn CW till you reach the correct time. Then let go.
This watch appears well-armored with its G-shock stiff-rubber armor on all sides except the bottom. If you remove the stock factory resin band, as I like to do, this leaves this watch w/o any armor or shock protection. Under normal conditions, this should not be an issue, as the watch's bottom would be protected by the wearer's wrist. But if the band were to break, and the watch get knocked off, there is possibility it could rcv a hard blow on the steel bottom plate. Theoretically, at least, damage could occur there. However, we acknowledge this is a slight chance.
This watch has a practical set of features. These are listed elsewhare on the Web, so we won't waste time here rehashing them. It has Dual Time, but you could use the Analog hands to track yet a 3rd Time Zone to make this watch a Tri-Time watch.
The impression one rcvs when looking at and handling this watch is its really RUGGED and could probably take just about any type of physical activity level. But, not abuse, of course. A hard direct blow to the front crystal would probably still crack it, or at least leave a deep scratch.
Tha analog hands, marker, and dial are easy to read, out to an arm's length, and at just about any angle. The crystal is not anti-reflective, just regular mineral glass. So expect to see the normal amount of reflections on the crystal.
This watch does not have a second hand. Every 20 seconds, at 00 20 & 40 Second marks, the minute hand creeps fwd about 1/3 of a minute. People used to a second hand might find this unusual at first. But you get used to it. You can still switch the Digital portion to show HH:MM:SS in the bottome digital display. That will let you track the Seconds count, if you really have to have it.
The glow-in-the-dark luminosity of the Minute and Hour hands is good. I had no problems reading the hands in a completely dark bedroom. The dial markers are a bit less luminous than the hands, but still visible in the dark. I think the Light Button will illuminate the Digital Display, but not the whole dial.
The negative LCD display takes a little getting used. I found it a little difficult to read under "living room light", last night, while I was setting it. But, under normal office flouresecnt type lighting it is certainly readable. The light button does provide a pale-blue backlite for the digital display at night, it's there if you need it.
This watch would make a GREAT sports watch for just about any activity except SCUBA. I say that because the watch lacks the rotating numbered dive bezel that makes it easy to track elapsed underwater time. If you wanted to use this watch for Scuba, you would either have to use the Analog portion, and set to HH and MM analog hands to 12:00, and start timing that way. OR, use the Digital StopWatch on the Inversed-LCD digital display. But, as I see it, the digital display is somewhat small for this purpose. And the inverse-LCD arrangement, although sporty looking above water and in daylight, would actually be counter-productive at SCUBA depths in less-than-perfect visibility. So, if you're buying a watch for regular and serious SCUBA diving, you're better off getting another model that has a much bigger and brighter LCD display and/or the rotating dive bezel. Or, buy a real Seiko dive watch for diving, and buy THIS watch for everything else outside the office. Aside from SCUBA, I would probably not hesitate to wear this watch for just about any other outdoors type adventure. But I would take it off if there might be an impact, for example, football, rugby, soccer, etc.
Finally, I suspect this kind of movement would last a long long time under normal circumstances. The mechanical portion only moves 3 times a minute, so I doubt it will wear out anytime soon.
By anonymous; - Jul 5, 2006
Pontos Fortes: Attractive, Durable a definate man's watch
Pontos Fracos: None
This watch has durability like you just don't know. It withstands all weather situations and acts as a great dive watch. You will like the light weight and comfort of this watch along with the dynamic look.
Por espinosarm - Jun 12, 2006