So, you’re thinking about buying a new watch from the Frogman series of Casio?
Have you finished checking out my comparison table above?
If so, then I invite you to keep reading on as my following reviews would show you why customers around the world (me included) love these timepieces.
And by the end of this short post, I’m confident that you can easily pick up one model for yourself.
Let’s get started.
Top (5) Best Casio Frogman Watches Chosen by Customers
|Product images||Product names||Movement||Water resistance||Editor's rating||Price|
|Casio G-Shock GWF-1000-1JF Digital Dial Resin Quartz Watch||Japanese Quartz||660 feet|
|Casio G-Shock Master of G Frogman Multi Band 6 GWF-D1000B-1JF||Japanese Quartz||660 feet|
|Casio G-Shock 35th Anniversary Frogman GF8235D-1B Tide Watch||Japanese Quartz||660 feet|
|Casio G-Shock Camouflage Frogman Digital Quartz Watch GF-8250CM-2JR||Japanese Quartz||660 feet|
|Casio G-Shock GWF-1035F-1JR Frogman Magma Ocean Radio Solar Watch||Japanese Quartz||660 feet|
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- Time-tested solar watches that people love
- Specialized hunting watches that the pros are using
- Great luminous watches for men and women
- Swiss-made automatic watches for divers
This watch does look bulky just like most G-Shock watches.
However, it’s pretty light and feels comfortable on the hand.
The large bezel and thick nature provide good protection to the digital screen.
Chances of it being scuffed or scratched by an object or in case it falls are minimal.
It is a decent looking piece and brings out a sort of sporty and ‘outdoorish’ look.
The controls are well placed for easy access.
I also love how basic it looks and this improves control and handling.
You get a stopwatch, alarm, timer, tide and moon among other features.
From the looks and the resin construction on the case and band, this watch should not have issues.
It handles everyday operation, knocks, falls and bangs pretty okay.
It’s also water-resistant up to 200 meters, which isn’t bad.
-Attractive and highly durable
-Lightweight and comfortable
-High quality and well priced
-It does look a bit bulky
If you are a fun of G-shock timepieces, you should give this piece a thought.
It looks tough and rugged to put-up with day-to-day use.
The unit like most in its class is made of tough and durable resin material.
It also handles the shock pretty well and ensures the time moves accurately.
For a man’s watch, it does look pretty bold and fashionable.
The construction feels solid and it has good shock and water resistance.
The large backlit display works well with the accurate Japanese quartz movement.
The straps are flexible for quick and easy adjustments.
They lie flat on the hand and don’t cause any discomfort.
Some consumers, however, say that the band is a little longer and tends to stick out a bit.
This possibly affects users with small wrists.
-Simple and fashionable
-Easy to wear/ remove
-Smooth finish and comfortable to wear
-The strap is somewhat long
I like this G-shock frogman for several reasons.
It has a decent weight and size and should fit on most men pretty well.
The timepiece is well made and tolerates the shock, vibration, abrasion, impact, moisture, sweat and much more.
The sturdy and durable resin material is a key player in all these.
It is very simple to operate thanks to the well-placed and easy access controls.
A simple push of a button is all you need to view the date, calendar, and operate the timer, stopwatch, alarm, and much more.
It is also energy efficient thanks to the power saving mode and low easy consumption.
I love the gold in the black, which makes it trendy as well as the simple yet clear digital display.
The screen although not as tough as the likes of sapphire is still quite dependable.
-The watch looks tough and durable
-It fits snugly on the wrist
-The shock and water resistance is good
-The gold clasp feels a bit tight and fiddly
This is a great looking watch that most men and collectors will appreciate.
It has a unique camouflage look, which emphasizes its rugged and durable nature.
Like most G-Shook watches, it is designed to handle rough use and the outdoors with minimal issues.
It is one of the most accurate options from Casio and the market too.
The solar power runs the Japanese quartz mechanism like a charm.
It is highly unlikely to be off by more than 20 seconds in a month.
Although I am yet to take it to great water depths, from what other consumers claim, this watch can handle the depth and water quite well.
The company claims that it is safe to do so up to 200 meters.
-Well built and longlasting
-Smooth running and accurate timekeeping
-Energy-efficient and reliable
-It may feel a little large on a small wrist
This watch does look like it can last for years without issues.
The case and back case are made of stainless steel, which is tougher than resin or plastic.
It, however, does add some weight to the watch.
The rugged look seems to confirm the longevity and toughness of the watch.
If you normally walk in the rain, take a shower or bath, or swim with a watch, then you won’t worry when wearing this one.
It has a water resistance of 200 meters.
The shock resistance is among the best and ensures the time is always right even after an impact, fall, bang, or vibration.
Like most top picks, it has many functions to make life easier.
These include tide function, alarm, timer, and Atomic time.
-Strong and durable construction
-Good shock and water resistance
-May feel somewhat large on a small wrist
I hope that this short Casio Frogman review of mine would be of something helpful to you.
If you have any questions regarding the models or want to share your thoughts with me, feel free to connect.
I’m always happy to help.