A constant measuring stick for durability, Casio G-Shock inaugural 2011 with 2 models in the 6 shades of color. The most noticeable is the GA-110. Large with substantial amount of heft in comparison with other G-Shock, the GA-110 is now one of the most popular timepiece in Casio’s timepiece line. Its popularity stems from its gears-like working dial face, a hint of traditional working watches though this one is all digital at its heart.
Need less bulk but the same functionality? The GD-100 maybe the one you’re looking for. Sharing much of its innards, with the exception of its LCD dial face, the GD-100 is less conspicuous than its larger counterpart. Though, if you’re looking for some attention, the purple GD-100SC-6JF or all white GD-100SC-7JF can help you outshine most of the competitions. Of course, both models are resistance to anything and everything, even strong magnetic fields. Waterproof up to 20-meter, 660-foot below water, a world time display up to 48 cities, and more functions. Test run one yourself this month at a G-Shock retailer nearby.