Ladies Sports Watches. The Casio Baby G

Casio launched it’s first watch in 1974, soon after digital watches started becoming popular. Better known for it’s leading edge pocket calculators, Casio began developing it’s own wristwatches.

In 1983, the company launched an innovative shock-resistant watch, they labeled G-SHOCK. No longer were digital watches regarded as a fragile piece of equipment, that required delicate handling. The G-SHOCK, soon became widely regarded as the world’s toughest watch.

It uses triple protection for almost all it’s parts. The watch which sports a unique look soon became a hit, with record sales in the early 1990’s. The core design was soon upgraded with new sensors, solar power and radio-control technologies integrated into the core Casio watch (Casio g shock atomic solar watches).

Today Casio’s G-Shock watches are the company’s flagship product, renown as tough and robust enough for any workout regiment and I mean ANY.

The shock-resistant BABY-G woman’s sports watch, is a subset of the G-SHOCK and an example of what I’m talking about. Tough enough to stand up to the most extreme workouts, the Baby G also has the features needed for sports workouts such as a standard stopwatch and countdown timer. The watch features include:

  • Water resistant to 100 meters
  • Alarm
  • EL Backlight or LED light
  • Word Time or Dual Time option
  • 12/24 hour time display formats
  • Auto-calendar

The BABY-G range is a diverse range of sports watches for women who enjoy participating in all sports and outdoor activities. The Baby-G sports watches come in both analogue and digital designs and a variety of color schemes, shapes and sizes, in both retro and modern variants.

You will find in the BABY-G line of watches, a stylish watch to suit your tastes and preferences as well as an extremely rugged, shock-resistant timepiece that will stand up to the most extreme workouts and at a price to suit your budget.

Casio Baby G Watches


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