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G-Shock AWG-M100 PROs & CONs from users and experts

Enjoy our research as for AWG-M100 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.

PROs
+ great watch
+ atomic clock
+ solar powered
+ classy color amber light
+ radio signal time setting
+ smaller size

CONs
– hour hand low readability at night
– no automatic time setting

Feedback from Experts *based on comparison info with similar watches by price, model range, etc.

PROs
+ hourly Time Signal
+ 1/100-second stopwatch
+ Auto-Back Light
+ Solar powered

CONs
– no Magnetic Resistance
– not so small 52×46.4×14.9 mm

If you have something to say about AWG-M100, you are welcome (in comments)! We will store your information in our database and, who knows, it may appear in the very list!


AWG-M100 Profile
Average Amazon Price: $100 (yes, we may earn a commission on qualifying purchases from our links to Amazon)
Year of first release: 2012
Best for: Top in G-Shock Lookbooks
Lineup: STANDART ANA-DIGI (This Line includes Digital and Analog displays on G-Shocks that are the best in “price/quality” category. Usually have traditional digital functions, but with beautiful hands. Don’t worry, the hands won’t prevent you from seeing digits, since there is a special Hand Shift technology that moves them to the neutral position) All G-Shock Standart Ana-digi Watches →
Nominations: best price, best size
The most distinctive specs:
200-meter water resistance (good for swimming but not for deep diving)
Tough Solar (CASIO’s original solar-charging system converts not only sunlight but also light from fluorescent lamps and other sources into power)
Other colors and full specs: AWG-M100 Wiki Page

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