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- AW = Analog water resist.
ex : AW-5xx
- AWG – Analog Waveceptor
- DW – a historical designation that indicates a digital watch with high water resistance, but without any solar recharging/atomic sync functionality.
ex : DW-00x, DW-0xx,etc
- G – this single letter is commonly used to imply just “basic G-Shock” (e.g. G-7900, G-8900), but it is sometimes used to indicate solar recharging without “Waveceptor” atomic sync (e.g. G-6900 vs. GW-6900, G-5600 vs. GW-5600, G-2310 vs. GW-2310).
- GW – the watch is usually equipped with atomic sync functionality called “Waveceptor” (and always includes solar recharging). Only exception noted is the GW-2xx Frogman series which is solar but without Waveceptor.
ex : GW-0xx,GW-1xxx,etc
- GA – large format G-Shock with analog display and sometimes digital as well.
ex : GA-3xx,GA-xxx
- GAC – large format G-Shock chronograph with analog display and multiple sub dials.
- GD – large format G-Shock with all digital display.
ex : GD-1xx,GD-2xx,etc
- GD-X – new larger format, the first of which has enlarged the 6900.
- GDF – twin sensor G-Shock, featuring altimeter, barometer, and thermometer. “F” may mean “field”, implying outdoor use.
ex : GDF-1xx
- GL – means the “G-Lide” series, targeted to surfers and snowboarders. Most incarnations have moon phase and tide graph.
- GLS – a version of G-lide with special cosmetic variations (leather bands, special dial treatment, etc).
ex : GLS-8900
- GLX – an expansion to the G-Lide series.
ex : GLX-5600
- GRX – “Ride Extreme” series (solar recharging equipped).
ex : GRX-5xxx
- GS – the GIEZ series, which is like an analog metal MTG but with screwback case; “essence of G” (with Waveceptor).
ex : GIEZ
- GW-A – the all analog aviator series. This is the newer designation, as previous aviators appeared as GW-2500, GW-3000, GW-3500, and GW-4000. The GW-2500 and GW-3500 are analog-digital models. Most have Waveceptor.
ex : GW-Axxxx
- GX – The first “extreme” sized models, like the GX-56 affectionately dubbed the “King” by CASIO enthusiasts.
ex : GX-56xx
- GXW – The same as GX with atomic sync functionality included.
ex : GXW-56xx
- MTG – The “metal twisted” line, which involves the use of much metal around the casing and a metal bracelet.
ex : MTG
- MRG – The “Mr. G” top of the line models, usually with analog-digital displays and made of titanium. There was series of vintage models that were all digital.
ex : MRG
- Antman – the first atomic sync G-Shock.
ex : ANTMAN
- Fisherman – first model to provide moon phase, tide graph, sunrise/sunset, and moonrise/moonset data.
ex : FISHERMAN
- Gaussman – first to provide significant magnetic resistance.
ex : GAUSSMAN
- Gulfman – equipped with a titanium back plate for frequent water exposure; most come with moon phase and tide graph.
ex : GULFMAN
- Lungman – first to provide pulse sensing, along with temperature.
ex : LUNGMAN
- Mudman – outfitted with a single piece bezel that covers the buttons, for maximum mud resistance. Later model comes equipped with thermometer, moon phase, and compass.
ex : MUDMAN
- Riseman – equipped with altimeter, barometer, and thermometer, to support elevated “rising” activities.
ex : RISEMAN
- Rangeman – latest Master of G model that comes fully equipped with altimeter, barometer, thermometer and compass.
ex : RANGEMAN
- Frogman – designed for SCUBA diving activities, despite the lack of a depth indicator, with either stainless steel or all titanium case.
ex : FROGMAN
- Raysman – first model with solar recharging, also equipped with yacht timing functionality.
ex : RAYSMAN
- Wademan – first model with electronic compass.
ex : WADEMAN
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