Timex is quite well-known for having a watch with a vibration alert, but Casio G Shock less so. However, Casio do have a range of G Shocks that feature a vibration alert. It is the GD350 range, and below I will show you all the options you have.
And in case you are looking for some alternatives to G Shock, this post will also help you out.
Casio G Shock GD350-1B Black
This is the mostly widely sold of all the GD350 models. Its all black look, with gold accents might explain why – it looks awesome. And, coming in under 100 bucks doesn’t hurt either.
Its features include:
- Shock resistant and 200m water resistant
- Auto LED Backlight (Super Illuminator) and Flash alert
- 35 time zones including 100 cities, daylight saving, 12/24 Hour Formats
- Full Auto Calendar (until 2099)
- Vibration Alert (Daily Alarms, Countdown Timer, Hourly Time Signal)
Casio G Shock GD350-8 Grey
Very similar to the 350-1B Black above, the Grey has more of a lighter look to it and the standard LCD-like display that most of us are used to. For the rest, it is the same watch as above.
Other impressive features of this epically tough watch include:
- 200-meter water resistance (more than the 10 ATM they wanted)
- Auto Neon Illuminator (Black light LED) with Afterglow Neo-brite luminous hands and markers
- Digital compass
- Battery life: 10 years (approx)
Casio G Shock GD-350-1JF (Japanese Import)
This is a Japanese import version of the GD-350. It is the same black model as the first one, but with the standard LCD look instead of the gold. SOme people also claim that the Japanese imports are better build quality as they are “made in Japan” and not elsewhere in Asia.
Other impressive features of this solar compass watch include:
- Shock resistant &, mud resistant
- 200-meter water resistance,
- LED backlight for analog part
- Digital compass, thermometer, world time, stopwatch
- 5 daily alarms, hourly time signal, low battery alert, full auto-calendar, 12/24-hour format,
- Battery life: 2 years (approx)