Reloj Casio G-shock Gw-9300-1jf Hombre Gris

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  • Cristal mineral. Resistente a los golpes. Resistente al barro. 200-meter resistencia al agua. Caso/Material del bisel: resina/aluminio. Resina de banda.
  • Retroiluminación electro-luminiscente. Full, interruptor de luz automático, duración de iluminación seleccionable, resplandor. Funciona con Energía Solar. Brújula digital. Medidas y muestra la dirección como una de 16 puntos. Rango de medición: 0 ° a 359 °. Unidad de medición: 1 °. 20 segundos la medición continua. Gráficas Dirección puntero. Función de calibración y calibración de northerly bidireccional. Corrección de declinación magnética. Rodamientos de memoria.
  • Con 7 alarmas diarias (1 alarma con repetición). Señal de tiempo por hora. Indicador de nivel de batería. De ahorro de energía (pantalla se se deja en blanco para ahorrar energía cuando el reloj en la oscuridad). Full auto-calendar (to year 2099). Formato de 12/24 horas. Tono de operación de botón ON/OFF.
  • Timekeeping normal: Hora, minuto, segundo, pm, mes, fecha, día. Precisión: ± 15 segundos por mes. Batería Tiempo de Funcionamiento aproximado: 8 meses en batería recargable (tiempo de funcionamiento con uso normal sin exposición a la luz después de la carga). 23 meses en batería recargable (período de funcionamiento cuando se guarda en la oscuridad total con la función de ahorro de energía después de carga completa). Tamaño de la caja/peso total: 53 x 50,8 x 18.2 mm/68,5 g. El: azul verde.
  • Termómetro. Rango de visualización: -10 a 60 °C (14 a 140 °F). Datos de luna (Edad de la luna FECHA específicas, fase gráfico) Luna. Hora mundial. 31 zonas horarias (48 ciudades + tiempo universal coordinado), visualización de código de ciudad, horario de verano de encendido/apagado. 1/100-second cronómetro. Modos de medición: Tiempo transcurrido, tiempo de división, tiempos de 1st-2nd Lugar. Temporizador de cuenta atrás. Rango de cuenta regresiva: 24 horas. Gama de ajuste de tiempo de inicio de cuenta regresiva: 1 minuto a 24 horas.

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Información Del Reloj
Marca Casio
Modelo GW-9300-1JF
Referencia del fabricante GW-9300-1JF
Año del modelo 2011
Forma del producto Redondo
Tipo de cristal del dial Mineral
Visualización digital
Material de la caja Resina
Diámetro de la caja 5.3 centímetros
Grosor de la caja 18.2 milímetros
Material de la correa Resina
Anchura de la correa 22
Color de la correa Negro
Color del dial Negro
Calendario Fecha y fase lunar
Características especiales Multiband6
Peso 68 gramos
Movimiento Automático
Tipo de garantía fabricante

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Reloj Casio G-shock Gw-9300-1jf Hombre Gris


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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice watch! 6 de julio de 2013
Por D. Matheny - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I know we can debate the benefits of atomic timekeeping all day long; but, personally, I've grown so used to it that I'd have a hard time living without it. I've been setting all my clocks using the time from my G-Shock ever since I got my first one over 10 years ago.

My first G-Shock was the MTG900DA-8V - which is still going strong, except for the fact that the auto-backlight finally stopped working. That's the first watch I ever owned that lasted more than a few months without breaking, and I seriously abused that little guy. :)

Once the backlight went out (probably because I always clean these G-Shock watches in the dishwasher), I found the Mudman - which seemed like it would have been the perfect watch; except, it didn't have atomic timekeeping...

Because of that, I opted for the GW9200-1/Riseman instead. Once again, the Riseman has lasted for several years without any issues at all - and I continue to use the dishwasher whenever it gets dirty.

That brings me to this Mudman watch. I recently noticed that the Japanese version of the Mudman has the Atomic Timekeeping feature, so I took the plunge - even though it is an expensive watch and my Riseman is still operating perfectly.

Now that I've used the Mudman for a couple of weeks, here are the things I like about it:

- The Mudman has the same ruggedness and size as the other G-Shock watches. That's something I've grown used to - and I really do put these through some serious abuse. (Personally, I think the Pathfinder watches are too big; but, these are perfect.)

- As I already mentioned, I'm a big fan of atomic timekeeping - and the Mudman doesn't disappoint. In fact, it seems to have better reception than the previous models.

- I prefer the compass feature over the altimeter that's built into the Risemen. For my usage, it just makes more sense.

- I love that the buttons are sealed against mud and debris! This has been one of my only complaints with the G-Shock watches - and it's the reason I run them through the dishwasher frequently.

- The countdown timer is extremely useful. I will never own another watch that doesn't have a timer.

- I like that this watch will display either the date or the world time right on the home screen. That's great for traveling! (Just press the 'Adjust' button to alternate between those 2 modes.)

- The moon phase feature is kind of cool.

- The thermometer feature is nice for limited usage; but, you need to leave the watch off your wrist for a few minutes before it's accurate. I'll often take my watch off when I'm in a deer blind, or sitting at the range, just so I can track the temperature accurately.

- The display is a lot clearer than the display on my Riseman was, which makes it easier to read. The auto backlight feature is also a bit more sensitive, which is nice.

Although I love the watch overall, there are always going to be some things that aren't perfect:

- The manual that comes with this watch is in Japanese. I expected that since it's the Japanese version; but, without prior experience with G-Shock watches, it would have been a pain to figure out how this works.

- The World Time feature only goes one direction - which makes it hard to operate. In other words, you can advance from Pacific to Mountain to Central time - but you can't go back the other way. Instead, you need to advance through all 24 time zones to get back to Pacific time again. (It does, on the other hand allow either full names or abbreviations for each time zone. Personally, I'd prefer being able to go back through the zones...)

- The watch band is a disappointment. It is carbon fiber (which is visible on the back side of the strap and on the keeper). Unfortunately, it only has one hole for the clasp instead of double holes like the Riseman did - and the end of the strap doesn't have enough of a lip to prevent the keeper from slipping off the end. I'll probably stick with this band for a while, but I may switch back to the Riseman band eventually since they look compatible...

At the end of the day, I realize this watch isn't going to appeal to everybody because of the cost. If, however, you're like me and want a Mudman with atomic timekeeping and without a negative display, this is a great option!

I would highly recommend this if you're already thinking about it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas That was my favorite watch until I got the Mudman (Japanese version) 27 de enero de 2015
Por William Allen - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I will start with saying that I am a big fan of Casio watches. I have lost count of how man I have. I have been currently getting all of the Master of G series. I started with the Rangeman. That was my favorite watch until I got the Mudman (Japanese version). I went with the Japanese version of the Mudman mainly because it has the Multiband 6 atomic time keeping. I got where I'm spoiled to atomic time. This model also has the carbon fiber strap which now I'm glad that I have. This watch is lighter than the Rangeman. The Rangeman is still a very comfortable watch. For some reason I can never seem to find a resin strap that perfectly fits....either too tight or too loose. I usually have to modify one of the holes in the band to get a perfect fit. The Mudman, however, fits perfectly without any modification. Not sure if its the carbon fiber strap or the length of the watch between both lugs. Its not as big has Rangeman length wise or thickness. I do wish that the Mudman had a shortcut to the stopwatch like the Rangeman does. I love this feature. Not a deal breaker though. I've considered the Frogman but I really feel its overpriced. Mudman is affordable, perfect size, perfect weight and good looking. Didn't list all the specs and functions because you can see that in the overview of the watch.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Perfect gift 30 de julio de 2013
Por PorterFam - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought this as a gift for my son. An outdoorsman like me and a runner, he was thrilled. The combination of features and functions were perfect for him.

You can read the features and functions. They all work well and if you are familiar with G-Shocks, it is intuitive. If not, you'll need to download the manual from the Casio site as the instructions are in Japanese. Its not that hard, just go to the Casio site and use the support tab to navigate to the manual for the module number for this watch. The instructions are easy to understand and quite easy to use printed out on larger paper.

I was concerned about ordering and importing from Japan. There seemed to be so many things that could go wrong. It was all for no reason. Though I had been warned by the vendor that it could take as many as 30 days, the watch arrived in an amazing 5 days. Well packaged and in perfect condition as well. The vendors all look credible. This one came from Japan Culture Shop.

I am a long time happy Amazon customer and this purchase solidified my belief in their processes.

I hope this is found useful.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Just. Right. 9 de agosto de 2016
Por Tariq - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Great responsive service from Firelight. Watch shipped in pristine condition and was delivered days early.

I debated arduously between this and the Rangeman. Everyone and their mother recommends the Rman but I went with this. So, so glad I did. The design of this watch is much more cohesive, and much less pretentious. The fit and comfort are easily the best of any watch I own or have ever owned. Feature wise this has everything I need, and I don't need an altimeter. The CF band and the atomic timekeeping were definitely worth the cost, making this a completely hassle free, well designed watch of superior build quality.

I have 6.75" wrists that run ~55mm across the top and this thing fits great. The adjustable illumination (up to 3 seconds) is a plus, as of course is the resistance to shock dirt and mud. The buttons are hard to press and I don't care. It's just something you get used to, and it's a small thing compared to the full package.

I intend on NOT taking this thing anywhere near a hot steamy room as I've seen cases where moisture will build up inside the case. This is true for any watch. 20 bar water resistance doesn't equate to hot steam resistance.

This watch is just awesome. Looks awesome. Feels awesome.
3 de 3 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent G shock 25 de mayo de 2015
Por Tim - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Excellent G shock. Arrived fast and in great shape. If you have a Rangeman, this watch is similar without the altimeter and barometer. The carbon fiber resin band is supposedly much more durable than straight resin. Therefore, I would recommend this model (Japanese) versus the American model. A little higher in price but probably worth it in the long run. Make sure you take the time and calibrate the compass (instructions to do this will be in the included Japanese manual but easy enough to find the English version manual within the casio support webpage)., Illumination light is a green glow over the entire watch face and not just a small light at the bottom.. I have several G shocks including the GPS model and can feel comfortable recommending this watch as an everyday, durable timepiece.

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