Casio G-Shock GW6900-1V Solar Atomic Watch

Priced: $129.95 Rated:   - 1 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Casio G-Shock GW6900-1V Solar Atomic Watch
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Casio G-Shock GW6900-1V Solar Atomic Watch -

The rugged Casio G-Shock GW6900-1V solar atomic watch offers accurate atomic time and solar power, making it a reliable companion on your outdoor adventures.



  • 1/100-second stopwatch measures elapsed time, split time and 1st- and 2nd-place times
  • Features 4 daily alarms, snooze, hourly chime and auto calendar (pre-programmed to 2099)
  • Atomic timekeeping function receives 5 radio signals a day to calibrate the time; it can be set to receive signals manually or atomically
  • Auto EL backlight with afterglow lets you see the display in the dark
  • The Casio Casio G-Shock GW6900-1V solar atomic watch is water resistant to 200m (660 ft.)
  • Tough solar power technology eliminates the need to ever change a battery; built-in solar panel converts sunlight and fluorescent light into energy
  • Digital display shows 12- or 24-hr. time along with the day and date
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Review RatingNumber of Reviews
Analog or Digital:Digital
Countdown timer:Yes
Date display:Yes
Face diameter:1.6 inches
Lap timer:Yes
Multiple time zones:Yes
Watch band material:Resin
Water-resistant depth:200 meters

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Casio G-Shock GW6900-1V Solar Atomic Watch Review:


Let Down

I bought this watch for an ocean-side vacation. This is a solar watch and out of the box it took over two days (yes, in the sun by the pool/ocean) to charge enough to set. So for two days I wore a watch and had to keep asking everyone what time it was. It never did reach a full charge (yes, 7 days poolside) and I promptly took it back to REI upon my return.
I have a feeling that this problem was due to the retailer (REI) storing the watch in the package (in the dark) for who knows how long--draining the battery beyond its capacity to fully recharge.
Once it charged to a medium charge the watch never failed to perform and was fully water resistant in the pool and the ocean. Had it reached a full charge I would have kept it--but I wasn't interested in it enough to try again. It was returned for a full (and hassle-free) refund.
tcc at REI on 11/11/2013