Casio G-Shock watches rule. I bought my first G-Shock in 1995 or 1996. I was looking for a tough watch to wear mountain biking so I could at least track my riding time after my bike computer died. I started to look at the Ironman, but that didn’t seem like it could take the abuse I was expecting on my rides. Someone told me to look at the G-Shock, and I have owned one ever since. I use the black DW-6900 for workouts, and the silver MTG 900 for times when I need to look professional. Both watches can take a beating. The silver watch is solar and receives an atomic signal from Colorado every night to keep it accurate.
I was talking to my friend Marty a few weeks ago when I noticed he had a G-Shock. Then I realized that every person I’ve met who wears a Casio G-Shock is cool. I’ve never met a jerk wearing a G-Shock.