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G-Shock Stainless Steel Wristwatches

If you're looking for a mix of style and durability in a watch, G-Shock stainless steel wristwatches are one of the best options out there. Manufactured by watch giant Casio, G-Shock watches combine urban elements with a sports look to create timepieces that can withstand shocks while adding stylish appeal to your wrist. These sleek timepieces have a compact design while making no compromise on function.

Materials

Metal timepieces have become increasingly popular as people started to look for a blend of style and performance in their watches. The G-Shock range developed by Casio features designs built from stainless steel materials and resin for enhanced durability. Many of the models in the G-shock range, such as the G-Shock stainless steel Mudmaster watches incorporate double-layer bezels for extra shock resistance. Some models feature a deeper bezel that surrounds the glass to protect the timepiece from every angle.

Performance

Wristwatches in the G-Shock series come with a multitude of features that do so much more than simply telling the time. Some models have a World Time feature that tells the time in up to 48 cities and over 30 time zones, as well as 1/100-second stopwatches, countdown timers and alarms. Other timepieces in the series, such as the G-Shock stainless steel atomic radio controlled watches use Multiband 6 technology to keep the time precise by synchronising your local time to several stations across the world. Other features that you may find include water resistance for up to 200 metres and glow in the dark infills on the hands for improved readability.

Solar Cells

Most G-shock timepieces come with a powerful solar cell beneath the dial that recharges the watch by the sun. Because of the way the solar cell is positioned right under the dial, you can continue to wear the watch as usual while it's charging. Other models come with a regular replaceable battery with a life of approximately two years.

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