Quick! Zombies are taking over the world. You only have time to grab one watch. Which one do you grab? Me? I’m taking the Casio G-Shock GWM5610. Why? It has everything you need to survive…and then some. The G-Shock 5610 is solar powered, so you don’t need to worry about winding, shaking, charging, or batteries. It will work for up to 7 months without any exposure to light. The 5610 also has Multi Band 6. This means it will automatically sync your watch with an atomic clock in six regions around the world, (so long as the zombies haven’t taken out the radio towers). The GWM5610 is water resistant to 200m and, like all G-Shocks, it is shock resistant. It won’t even flinch when you raise that baseball bat for hand-to-hand combat.
I mean, yes, you could grab a DW5600E. It’s a fine watch, but defeating the zombie horde will take a while and if your watch can automatically adjust for daylight savings, (like the G-Shock 5610 can), then that’s one less thing to distract you in the fight. And if you find yourself chasing down the last of the undead in the far flung corners of the planet, a world time feature that covers 48 cities in 31 time zones, sure comes in handy. Need to know the time in the middle of the night? Don’t put down that shotgun to press a button on your watch, simply raise your wrist to activate the electroluminescent backlight, and then get back to the hunt.
- Case Size: 43mm
- Case Thickness: 12.5mm
- Lug to Lug: 46mm
- Movement: Casio Module 3410
- Power Reserve: 7 months
- Water Resistance: 200m
- Crystal: Mineral
Here’s the deal. Our lawyers won’t let us tell you that the G-Shock 5610 will guarantee your survival in a zombie apocalypse. However, what I can tell you is that this is no ordinary watch. You see, there are watches, and there is the Casio G-Shock GWM5610. When the dead awaken from their graves, (and you know that one day they will), I know which watch I will be wearing.
Video Review of the Casio G-Shock GWM5610
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