Enjoy our research as for AW-500E PROs & CONs features. We analyzed user reviews, forum threads, and other social signals. Then we deleted duplicates and listed only unique and important features.
Feedback from Users *accumulated information from our own comments and emails, forum threads, socials, reviews, etc.
+ reminds of juggernaut from X-Men
+ digital display is easy to read
+ retro look
+ toughness and Gshock-like
– no smart functions
– very basic movement
– too short handset
– adjust the hands manually
Feedback from Experts *based on comparison info with similar watches by price, model range, etc.
+ 7 years battery
+ 1/100-second stopwatch
+ resin light and tough material
+ affordable price
– no timer
– no worldtime
– no hourly time signal
– not so small (55.2×47.7×14.7mm)
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AW-500E Profile / Casio G-Shock
Average Amazon Price: may be available
Year of first release: 2020
Best for: Top in G-Shock Lookbooks
The most distinctive specs:
– Come back from 1989 (updated version of the first G-Shock analog-digital model AW-500 that proved to the whole World – the hands, gears, and other small parts of analog watches can be shock resistant)
– Dual Time (In addition to the time in your current location, which is indicated by wide hour and minute hands, a second time can be indicated by the digital dial)
– Battery life: 7 years (the longest lasting battery for a non-solar G-Shock watch with an analog display)
– No Timer (remains devoted to it first model without timer)
– Electro-luminescent backlight (for digital display)
– Case / bezel material: Resin (almost the same look like in 1989)
– 200-meter water resistance (good for swimming but not for deep diving)
Other colors and full specs: AW-500E Wiki Page