Category Archives: G-Shock

Casio G-Shock: Luxury timepieces for the unconventional

For those who want everything at a glance: Casio lovers shall be delighted. In fact, it’s going to delight every active guy and particularly them with an immense love for the outdoors. Finally, you’ll be traveling light (in its every sense) and a flick of the wrist is enough to give you all that you’ll

ASK Gonzo about watches – XV

Unlearn the unnecessary in the world of mid-tier and mid-entry-level luxury watches. Let the Watch Gonzo guide your course through the roundabouts and swirly labyrinths and rid-off all your horological ignorance. How bad your prenominal viewpoints face the blow is later to be found  out but it will work out a fair bit towards your illumination. 

Joys from the Jap giants

Something particularly remarkable in higher-end Japanase watches is they never make you feel out of place. No, this ain’t coming out of the mouth of a die-hard Jap watch collector but it’s something the watch-nerds all over the world agree. Now, I hear the question coming: What do I mean by higher end Japanese watches?

ASK Gonzo about watches – XI

Unlearn the unnecessary in the world of mid-tier and mid-entry-level luxury watches. Let the Watch Gonzo guide your course through the roundabouts and swirly labyrinths and rid-off all your horological ignorance. How well your prenominal viewpoints face the blow is beside the context, but it will definitely remove the crusty covers barring your illumination.  WG comments: 

December drudgery: Relief through G-Talk

It’s been many years I’m frittering over timepieces. I frankly admit my initial choices were more of impulse purchases on watch brands, not watches. There’s no hard and fast rule that a reputed brand shall always bring out worthy timepieces, barring JLC or Patek or Sohne or the rest meant only for the rich. Most

ASK Gonzo about watches – IV

Unlearn the unnecessary in the world of mid-tier and mid-entry-level luxury watches. Let the Watch Gonzo guide your course through the roundabouts and swirly labyrinths and rid-off all your horological ignorance. How well your prenominal viewpoints face the blow is beside the context, but it will definitely remove the crusty covers barring your illumination.  WG comments:

ASK Gonzo about watches – II

Unlearn the unnecessary in the world of mid-tier and mid-entry-level luxury watches. Let the Watch Gonzo guide your course through the roundabouts and swirly labyrinths and rid-off all your horological ignorance. How well your prenominal viewpoints face the blow is beside the context, but it will definitely remove the crusty covers barring your illumination.  WG comments:

Casio Rangeman: The 3-sensor battle gear

I’m not the person who would give his front two teeth for digital watches; nevertheless, seeing the kind of advanced technology going into some of the Casio G-Shocks is bound to get you intrigued. That’s to say, the Casio Master of G Rangeman GW9400. It’s meant for achieving heights, but not depending upon wings, engines

Watch-ing for occassions

Someone I know is marrying this winter. That’s only a couple of months before the wedding bell rings, so a lot of hurry and scurries make the scene. The spree is driving the family to grab at anything affordable and a lot of bad purchases are a part of it. Lest you too undergoing a

Beauty fades before strength

Leaving out dandy-s, we all want a watch that survives occasional debauchery and live for at least a few years to go telling about it. That essentially brings to the mind the term tool watch; but that doesn’t necessarily mean a vintage Patek (w/ perpetual calendar); though it will serve another purpose than time telling,

Newsletter: Blowout Sale on 50+ watches with huge discounts!

    The blowout sale for the month of July is here! We have 5% further reduction (on top of the heavily discounted prices) for select models while stocks last. We have some beautiful watches on sale this time that you just cannot miss! Enter code BSW25 in the “Comments/Instructions/Codes (Optional):” section while checking out for