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Casio Men's G-SHOCK Quartz Watch with Resin Strap, Black, 20 (Model: GWM5610-1) - SoppiGO
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Casio Men’s G-SHOCK Quartz Watch with Resin Strap, Black, 20 (Model: GWM5610-1)


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  • Made in the USA or Imported
  • Casual solar-powered watch with multiple functions including multi-band atomic timekeeping, shock resistance, EL backlight, world time (29 time zones, 48 cities), city code display, five daily alarms, 1/100-second stopwatch, countdown timer, full auto-calendar, battery indicator, and power-saving function
  • Turn on or off the auto light function by holding down the light button and turn wrist at a 40 degree angle towards the user in a dark environment Case diameter is 43 mm Case Thickness is 12 mm Band Width is 26 mm
  • Approximate battery life: 10 months on full charge (without further exposure to light). Receives time calibration radio signals which keep the displayed time accurate
  • Water resistant to 200 m (660 ft): In general, suitable for professional marine activity and serious surface water sports, but not scuba diving
  • Auto light feature will not work if the battery level falls below Medium (marked as M on the face of the watch).

Specification: Casio Men’s G-SHOCK Quartz Watch with Resin Strap, Black, 20 (Model: GWM5610-1)

Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Casio
Model number GWM5610-1
Part Number GWM5610-1CR
Model Year 2011
Item Shape Square
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Digital
Clasp Buckle
Case material Resin
Case diameter 46.7 millimeters
Case Thickness 43.2 millimeters
Band Material Plastic
Band length 8 Inches
Band width 20 millimeters
Band Color Black
Dial color Gray
Bezel material Resin
Bezel function Stationary
Calendar Day-Date-Month
Special features Case Material: Resine, Case Shape: Hexagonal, Bezel made of: Resine, Crystal: Mineral crystal
Item weight 2.08 Ounces
Movement Quartz
Water resistant depth 660 Feet

7 reviews for Casio Men’s G-SHOCK Quartz Watch with Resin Strap, Black, 20 (Model: GWM5610-1)

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  1. D. Cipolla

    The GWM5610 has become my everyday watch since I bought it back in April. It might not be the most stylish watch I own—though its retro ’80s styling makes its own statement—but it’s certainly the most versatile, and it’s the watch that’s on my wrist most of the time.

    The solar power and atomic synching is why I bought the watch, and for me, these two features make this watch more than worth the price of admission.

    The solar feature works as advertised. The power indicator was at “M” / Medium when the watch was delivered, but bumped up to “H” / High within a couple days, and has stayed there ever since. Granted, the battery won’t last forever—maybe 10 to 15 years—but I’ll worry about that around 2030.

    The atomic sync took a little trial-and-error; being on the east coast, I’m a long way away from the transmitter in Fort Collins. After a few days, I discovered that as long as the 12:00 position on the dial was pointed westward—the direction of the transmitter from my current location—the watch will “catch the wave” every night. On a trip out west, closer to the transmitter, the watch was much less particular about orientation—it even synced from a moving train during an overnight ride. I couldn’t get it to sync from a cabin on a cruise ship, though—must be the thick metal hull.

    I always want my watch to be as accurate as possible, and the syncing accomplishes this. It’s perfectly synced with my computer, my phone, the clocks in train stations and airports. On the cruise when it couldn’t sync, it didn’t drift more than a second off the actual time, so it looks like the accuracy is pretty good even without the sync.

    I’ve swam with the watch, snorkeled with it, showered with it, dropped it. It doesn’t care. It’s a G-Shock.

    The screen is easy to read. The backlight is nice and bright, though it only lasts for a second or two before it shuts off—shorter than some backlights on non-solar watches. The Auto El works for me, but isn’t perfect—occasionally it doesn’t go on when you flick your wrist, and occasionally it does go on when you don’t need it to—so I generally leave it shut off, unless there’s a reason why I need it to light up without physically pressing the button.

    As for other features, the World Time is useful for travel—whether it’s you in another time zone, or someone you care about. The alarm is not super loud, and it only lasts for 10 seconds—but its loud enough to wake me up, and the snooze feature can make it sound again, just in case you don’t hear it the first time it goes off. I use it when travelling. Stopwatch is nice to have; I don’t use it that much. The countdown timer I use a lot.

    The watch is comfortable to wear. It’s not overly bulky like some of the G-Shocks can be. I personally wouldn’t want a bigger watch than this one. I like how it looks—it has a classic design. Not that I would wear it with a suit, but I don’t have to wear one most of the time.

    In short, this watch does everything I need it to do. Thanks to the syncing feature, it keeps perfect time, and thanks to the solar feature and rugged construction, I can expect it to keep doing so.

    A lot of folks use smartwatches these days. Maybe I will upgrade to one someday myself. For now, though, many smartwatches lack an always-on display, or lack the rugged construction / water-resistance, or have to be charged daily, or require an Internet connection to maintain the correct time. Personally, I’ll hold off on a smartwatch until they’re a little more like my G-Shock.

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  2. Lee K

    The direct descendent of the original Casio G-Shock that was released in 1983 is the GW-5000, which is available as an import from Japan. This GW-M5610 is a first cousin of that pricier watch and it carries on the tradition of tough square G-Shocks. What you lose from the GW-5000 is the stainless steel case with a screwed-down back whereas the GW-M5610 has a resin case with a stainless steel back plate held down with four screws. Both watches have identical features including solar charging, atomic time synchronization, World Time, four daily alarms with snooze function, a countdown timer, a stopwatch, and electroluminescent illumination that can be automatically engaged with the movement of your wrist in a dark environment. The GW-M5610 gets a red surround and white, blue, and yellow writing on the face which makes it a little busier aesthetically than more monochromatic versions of the 5000 and 5600 series.

    The first thing I noticed about the watch is how much smaller, thinner, and lighter it is compared to round G-Shock versions I own. It is an excellent choice to wear under long sleeves and jackets because it easily fits underneath them with minimal interference. I will be using this watch in the winter months for daily wear due to its sleek profile. The second thing of note is the crisp clarity of the numbers in the positive LCD screen. It surpasses my Casio Pro-Trek PRW-3500 in regards to off-axis legibility even though the Pro-Trek’s digits are 50% larger than the GW-M5610’s. I am really impressed with how good this watch’s display is.

    I find the strap fits comfortably on my 7-1/2 inch wrist. The light weight makes me forget that I am even wearing a watch at all. Contrary to the dozens of complaints from previous owners here on Amazon, my auto backlight function works perfectly fine even though I leave it shut off in order to conserve power. My watch was manufactured on January 8, 2015 so maybe Casio has finally fixed the issue with faulty backlight switches. There are several one star reviews of this watch here because of this issue and I honestly cannot understand how one can downgrade the rating of the entire watch due to one feature that most G-Shock users end up turning off anyway. The auto backlight duration unfortunately is not adjustable like my Pro-Trek and Gulfmaster. I would prefer the ability to lengthen it from 1 second to 3, but this is a minor nit.

    The function buttons are all recessed into a protective niche on the side of the case so pressing them only works for me when I use the tip of a fingernail. Action is positive and appropriate for the pressing force I apply. The World Time, stop watch, and timer functions all work like other Casio digital watches and are intuitively accessed with mode button. The one complaint I do have is that the volume of the alarm signal is very weak and probably would not wake a person from a deep sleep. If Amazon’s star rating system would allow it, I would subtract a half star for this and would suggest not relying on this watch for important wake-ups and instead using the alarm from dedicated alarm clock or smart phone. Note that this isn’t any different than the other Casio solar-charged watches, so it may be a function of reduced battery capacity.

    My watch arrived from Amazon with the power reserve showing at the Medium level. I put it out in the sun for about 30 minutes and the reading went to High. I set my home city, clicked Daylight Savings Time to the automatic setting, and synched the watch to the atomic clock signal in Ft. Collins without any trouble. Each evening just after midnight it synchs automatically so the watch always has an accurate time reading. I’ve had no issues with not receiving the signal but then again I live in a state bordering Colorado and all my atomic watches synch each day without fail.

    This watch is a great heir to the spirit of the original G-Shock. It wears small and comfortably on the wrist, is tough as nails, cost about one-third of what the GW-5000 does, has the accuracy of atomic synching, should run for a decade or more on the original solar battery (note that all solar watches will need to have the rechargeable battery replaced as some time in their lives), and has a very clear and legible display.

    As a long-time G-Shock owner, I have previously been drawn to only the round case models. I find it remarkable that after finally taking the plunge with this square case GW-M5610 that I have been absolutely delighted by this watch. It’s certainly not very flashy and has a nerdy charm of its own. No one in going to compliment you on it, but that’s all part of the fun of being a G-Shock fan. I now regret taking so long to come around to the Square Side and can recommend this watch most highly.

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  3. j

    Outstanding. Picks up the Fort Collins signal no problem in Ottawa. Much clearer display than than the 5600. Arrived in August, manufactured in mid-June according to the case back. Highly recommended.

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  4. Django

    No sé por qué razón al parecer este reloj se llega a acabar y tarda unas semanas en volver a estar en venta. Es como si habiendo tantos canijos Casio Gshock, a fuerza parece que todos estan interesados en comprar este reloj.
    A mi me ha encantado, pero porque el producto fue escogido después de haberme puesto a investigar un buen rato acorde a mis gustos y necesidades específicos.
    El reloj me llegó en una caja de cartón y no de metal según se muestra en algunos videos. Según Casio, esto es perfectamente normal y no implica que el reloj sea falso (me imagino que les salió más barato vender en cartón que en metal).
    El precio del reloj al comprarlo en Amazon México, tiene incluido un impuesto, que nos cuesta a nosotros más de $200 ¿es injusto? lo es como cualquier impuesto existente.
    El reloj tiene celdas solares que permiten tomar la luz del sol y almacenar dicha energía en una batería recargable. No tendrás que pagar baterías cuando tu Gshock se acaben, sin embargo, desconozco cuanto dure de vida la batería solar de este reloj. Aún así, estoy seguro que durará muchos años.
    Es un reloj muy bonito y lo recomiendo, pero pues cada quien tiene sus gustos y necesidades y este reloj fue el que yo quería.
    Razones por lo que lo escogí:
    *Deseaba un Gshock porque todos ellos tienen fama de aguantar golpes y caídas serias. A parte de ser maraca Casio, reconocida por hacer relojes duraderos.
    *Erróneamente pensé que al ser de batería solar jamás tendría que preocuparme por cambiar baterías, sin embargo, al parecer la batería solar que contiene sí se puede acabar ¿cuándo? No lo sé, pero llevo un mes con mi reloj y la batería siempre se ha mostrado en Full desde que me llegó.
    *Un reloj bueno. Deseaba tener un buen reloj, que yo supiese que pueda contar con él en fuertes lluvias, al ir al monte, para practicar cualquier ejercicio al aire libre y que mi reloj iba a aguantar mis pocas precauciones con el y resistir los golpes y caídas.
    *Sencillito. Este reloj debía acompañarme en todo el día y en cualquier lugar, sin miedo a que pueda llamar la atención de rateros. Y hasta ahora lo a hecho bien, no llama la atención y desde lejos parece el clásico reloj casio de $300, sólo para quienes tengan un buen ojo podrían notar que este reloj es distinto.
    *Grueso medio. Este reloj no es tan grueso como los otros Gshocks, ni tampoco es delgado como los otros Casio.Es un término medio y queda perfecto para personas con brazos delgados como yo.
    *Detalles técnicos. Me sirve mucho que tenga resistencia de hasta 200 metros bajo el agua, y que tenga temporizador de hasta 24 hrs., esto me sirve mucho en la cocina o al hacer múltiples tareas y me ayuda a recordar.
    *Un reloj para toda la vida. Mi intención es que fuese mi único reloj (al menos que me lo roben o lo olvide), espero que así sea. Aunque admito que al comprar un Gshock te dan ganas de comprar otros más.
    *La luz ilumina completamente la imagen del reloj, puedes activar o desactivar el sonido al oprimir cualquier botón, tiene función de ahorro de energía que se activa si no hay luz (la pantalla se pone en blanco) y se recupera poniendola en dirección a un foco u oprimiendo cualquier botón.

    Detalles no tan buenos:
    *No te sirve si quieres algo vistoso o que se vea de dinero. Ni si quieres un reloj grueso.
    *Sus 5 alarmas, sólo 2 me suenan distinto. Las demás tres me suenan idénticas.
    *Que se pueda sincronizar con las 5 antenas nucleares para sincronizarlo no es necesario, como yo no tengo ventana al cielo, decidí poner la hora manual y hasta ahora me ha servido al 100%.
    *Si lo vas a usar en casa u oficina, no te srive de nada tener el horario de varios países alrededor del mundo.
    *Al inicio parace complicado y tedioso leer el instructivo pero en cuestión de horas y uso diario, el problema desaparece. La verdad es que no es tan complicado como parece en el instructivo.
    *Sus botones no son duros como algunos Schock sin embargo para oprimirlos debes usar la uña. Yo estoy acostumbrado a los casio sencillos, con botones saltones y que fácilmente se oprimian tocando con el dedo, pero a pesar de que este reloj se oprima con la uña no es duro como otros que hasta te lastiman la uña o te dejan marcas en las yemas de los dedos.

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  5. Nahum LV

    Lo primero… su tamaño es muy atípico para ser G-Shock, pero por su precio obtienes, la durabilidad de Casio/G-Shock, un reloj que prácticamente te vas a olvidar de estar sincronizando y cambiándole la(s) pila(s).

    La sincronizacion me ha funcionado en prácticamente todos las esquinas de México, eso si, mas al norte casi nunca falla, la batería, al sacarlo de su caja la carga marcaba Lo (Bajo), dándole uso diario en condiciones de oficina y todo nublado, llego a M (Medio) en cuestión de 3 días, primer día que salio el sol, llego a H (Alto) y jamas ha bajado de ahí.

    Me atrevo a decir que es el mejor G-Shock que no parece G-Shock, y todos los que gustamos de esta marca debemos de tenerlo, por su precio, debe ser de los relojes solares y con sincronizacion de reloj atómica mas barata del mercado.

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  6. Brian

    I love how this GShock looks like those of old but with new features. The solar and radio-atomic-clock are welcome additions to a timeless design. I keep my watch by the window sill every evening, where it is able to sync the time wirelessly. It is a fantastic feature and gives me peace of mind that my watch is always on time. The solar feature is also nice to have, though I haven’t owned this particular watch long enough to know the longevity of the solar system. My old Casio Tough Solar in my collection is over 10 years old at this point though and still kicking strong. I do not think that both watches have the exact same solar circuitry, but I assume this GShock will last a good long time. The electroluminescent light is bright and legible, though it stays on for less time than non-solar battery powered GShocks. As for durability, I’ve dropped this watch as well as a few other Casios in my day, and not once have I had one break on me. Furthermore, the high water resistance means I have no hesitations taking it with me into the shower or while boating. The only thing is that the front face is plastic, which means that it will scratch instead of shatter. I believe that it was a good design choice for a durable watch, but if you are scared of scratches, GShock “screen protectors” are easily found here on Amazon. In all, I believe that this is a fantastic watch for the price and will continue to wear it for years to come.

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  7. Omar

    I always keep at least one digital casio in my rotation of watches. My last solar is now ten years old and still going strong. The reason you want to get the solar is because when you open the case back to change the battery you could jeopardize the seal and render it non water proof. Having a solar watch means you don’t fiddle with replacing batteries every 3 years.

    The atomic signal works fine and I am located east of toronto. The key is to make sure you are not handling or touching the watch in any way during sync, not even for a second. Mine had problems syncing manually but syncs fine overnight even when not located near a window so I say to forget about manual sync let it work automatically.

    Overall it is lightweight and slim. If your wrist is over 7 inches you may consider it on the small side. The display is clear, more so than my previous gshocks.

    Very utilitarian and retro. Get one.

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    Casio Men’s G-SHOCK Quartz Watch with Resin Strap, Black, 20 (Model: GWM5610-1)
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