Casio UK’s latest video proves that the G-Shock GA-900 is as tough as it looks, as host Warren teams up with SQS to test the GA-900 on a construction site. The tests include throwing the watch into a vibratory screener that uses heavy vibration to break up concrete and rock, driving over it with a digger, wearing it while using heavy machinery, putting it in a cement mixer, and finally, setting it in concrete and breaking it out with a jackhammer. The GA-900 passes all tests with flying colors and demonstrates the superior shock and vibration resistance that G-Shock watches are famous for.
The GA-900 has a rugged industrial style with a 10-sided bezel resembling a large nut, front screws, button guards, and textured buttons. Features include 200-meter water resistance, world time, stopwatch (with dedicated start button from timekeeping mode), countdown timer, 5 daily alarms with 1 snooze, LED light, and approximate 7-year battery.