(Clockwise, from left) Casio GST210B-4A, $320; Casio GST210B-7A, $320; Casio GSTS110D-1A, $350

Forever cool
Possibly everyone of us grew up with a Casio G-Shock. The ultra-durable, sporty and handy watch was ubiquitous in youth culture and the sports scene. And while some of us may still wear them, others may think they’ve outgrown them. But think again. Casio’s new G-Shocks are designed for grown-ups, not teens.

Equipped with the same suspension system for its movement and offering the same multi-layered protection, 10-year battery life, at least 100-metre water resistance and 10-metre shock resistance, it has now adopted other design aesthetics that offer a contemporary look. The GST210B comes in different steel coating treatments, with exposed screws on the bezel and steel pushers and integrated lugs or a matching stainless steel bracelet. It displays multiple time zones and more.

Further enhancements to Casio’s G-Shocks include solar charging with a digital battery indicator with the GSTS110D and even more advanced timepieces in titanium, the MR-G series (short for Mister G) for a more executive-inspired look and the highest standard Metal Twisted G-Shock (MT-G) with premium materials, GPS positioning and more.

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