Back to work which means back to the stylish yet durable "Casioak" everyone should own a G-shock at some point in their lives!
I've never wanted a G Shock before, but when the Casioak line came out, I took a chance and have been really happy with it. Even my wife (the last person in the world who would wear a typical G Shock) liked the new line and I got her a couple of the women's series. Casio definitely hit a home run with this line.
I have a Casioak and really loved it until the clocks all went forward, one hour, for summertime. While I have been able to get the hands to read the right time, all of the other features are at wrong points, including the digital time, date and day of the week. I have sat with it for hours, watching videos on how to set it up, reading articles on the same and so on.
But...no big problem. I love the way it looks (mine has a black face and a yellow strap) and the hands work, so I am happy to wear it as it is. I would love to have it doing everything it is capable of though. 🥺
@Munky1 - I started looking around, and found this video. If you haven't seen it, it might help you out....Eager to hear whether it works for you or not.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGJHh7TWoao
I've just started a collection, and because the one watch I owned and wore for years was a Casio (solar and waveceptor), I'm acquiring more Casios to start with.I have Duros and a DW-5600 G-Shock (black square old school one), but the new Casioak 2100-B series with Bluetooth and solar are really calling to me. Your post encourages me in that direction as well!
New to watch collecting! Looking to share my experience and get inspiration from others.