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Six Essential Vacation Watches

-Luke Fernandez 4/20/17

As the weather gets warmer and the days grow longer, you can’t help but anticipate some time away from your desk. Spring is almost in full bloom and that means that summer is just around the corner—the perfect time to begin planning that perfect summer getaway. I know what you are thinking: what do vacations have to do with watches? Well, the Watchuseek team put together a list of relatively affordable watches that are perfect for any summer adventure. So check out the six essential vacation watches, brought to you by


These watches from manufacturers, such as SEIKO, Nixon, and of course, Casio, are made to perform in conditions that other watches cannot handle. Topping the list of six essential vacation watches is the G-Shock GA-100CF, made by Casio. For durability, performance, and affordability, Casio’s G-Shock series is hard to beat. If you want to read more about Casio and its signature G-Shock series, check out my last article.


Also learn about the creator of the G-Shock and what inspired him to create this popular watch, brought to you by

Casio G-Shock Rocks!

-Luke Fernandez 4/19/17

Admit it. You’ve either owned or wanted to own a Casio G-Shock at some point in your life. G-Shocks were awesome looking watches that could take a real beating, and ever since I was in junior high school, I wanted one. In my senior year of high school, I finally had my very own G-Shock strapped to my wrist.


The Casio G-Shock watches were introduced in the 1980s and were popular among teenagers because of their advanced appearance, durability, and price. With new innovative features and styling, Casio hopes to reactivate the hearts of past consumers. For a nostalgic look at the production and history of Casio’s prestigious G-Shock and Ryusuke Moriai, head creative designer of the Casio G-Shocks, check out this article and images by Ariel Adams, brought to you by


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