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Let’s see just how tough is one of the most talked about G-Shock of 2019, the GA2100. Also known as Casio Royal Oak and AP G-Shock, The GA-2100 has gotten a lot of attention from people that are not into G-Shocks usually, and that is the result of a much cleaner and simpler design of this model. It looks a lot more serious, and less like a toy. I personally LOVE the design and love the size! The GA 2100 comes in more and more color variations meaning Casio is aware of it’s success.
This time I got the black and white version which is the most legible!
When I did the series of torture tests more than 2 years ago using digital G-Shock, many people wanted to see how an analog watch would do, since it has moving parts including the hands. Well, your wish is finally getting fullfilled!
Using an industrial paint shakes, we’ll shake this thing into pieces….or not, watch to find out.
To check out my original torture tests, click on the links:
Freeze and Boil: https://youtu.be/ujDavUmHvA4
Dropped from a building: https://youtu.be/BWz1AjGRcfI
Shaker test: https://youtu.be/gnkO_WvRnb4
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