I recently received a test unit of the new Casio Riseman GW-9200. Here are some photos of the new top of the line G-Shock. This new model now has 6-band atomic timekeeping, meaning it can automatically calibrate the time as long as it is about 1800 miles from one of the 6 atomic clocks; Colorado, Germany, Japan, Japan, England or China.

Overall, I really like the G-Shock line and I especially like the newer shape, which is slightly smaller and more ergonomic than the Classic G-Shock profile. Unfortunately, some of the functions can be hard to use. I prefer functions that do not require reading any manuals. Regardless of the interface, the Riseman is a pretty good value at $220.

Functions include a Barometer, Altimeter, Stopwatch (1/100th of a second accuracy), World Time (for 33 cities), 5 daily alarms, Electroluminescent backlight, solar-powered quartz movement and atomic calibration.

The watch is 200 meters water resistant and features a black resin strap with metal pin buckle.

Jason Pitsch
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Jason Pitsch is the Founder of Professional Watches. He appreciates good design and engineering in everything from architecture to automobiles to cameras to clothing. Yet his focus for the past decade has remained consistent on covering just one type of craftsmanship: watchmaking.