There are thousands of amazing and wonderful G-Shock watches to choose from as everyday beta watches, but there is just one model for me, the Casio G-Shock G-7900 series.
What I love about the Casio G-7900.
So far you might be thinking so what, many G-Shocks also have the attributes listed above, so why G-7900? For me it's all in the module specs, you see the G-7900 has one function that no other G-Shock offers, two separate and independent stop watches. Please correct if I'm wrong? But from my now 9 years of owning many Casio G-Shock G-7900, I've yet to learn of another G-Shock that has two independent stop watches, I find this function invaluable for my work (outdoor fitness trainer).
Casio G-Shock G-7900 dimensions:
Case size 50mm
Case thickness 17.7mm
Lug to lug 52.5mm
Band width 23mm, tapers down to 17.7mm
Big watch? Yes, but don't be put off by the dimensions, it wears small, light and very comfortable.
In closing, Casio G-Shock G-7900 is an indestructible and cool looking G-Shock, light on the wrist and super comfortable as an all day wear beta watch for a Blue Watch Life adventure.
Available on Amazon U.K
Also on Amazon DE
This is my custom modified G-7900, it has a blue display module, blue strap comfort wings and blue light button.
Casio G-Shock G-7000 worn by John Kransinski in the Hollywood movie 13 hours: The secret soldiers of Benghazi.
Some images of the two Casio G-Shock G7900's that I own. I've swopped some of the accessories between the two watches G7900A and G7900 to create my own Blue Watch Life modification and look. What do you think? Instagram @bluewatchlife
My wrist size is 7.67 inches or 19.5cm.