Cara Membaca Kode Tipe Jam Tangan Casio G-shock

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Bagi yang masih awam dengan keberadaan jam Casio, tentunya pernah dipusingkan ( terutama saat melakukan googling ) dengan kode-kode “ajaib” yang disematkan casio pada setiap model jam yang mereka produksi. Kita ambil contoh misalnya casio G-Shock

DW 6900 – 1DR VS GW 6900 – 1JF

Dalam kasus ini sebenarnya kedua model jam ini adalah model yang sama, bedanya untuk kode DR merupakan produk yang dipasarkan di seluruh negara ( International Market ) sedangkan kode JF merupakan produk yang akan di pasarkan di Negara Japan ( JDM ). Berikut ini beberapa kode yang akan membantu Anda mengenal kode jam Casio G-Shock lebih dalam.

1JF = Japan Domestic Market
1DR = International Market (Especially for countries of East Asia, SEA, Africa & Southern America)
1CR = US & Canada Market
1ER = European Market

Secara umum semua jam casio bergaransi resmi ( PT KASINDO ) dilabelin dengan kode DR yang merupakan kode untuk international market, terutama untuk pasar asia. Banyak sekali customer kami yang memulai melakukan pencarian model jam tangan yang ingin mereka beli dan berakhir dengan menemukan kode misalnya JF atau ER, dan tanpa pengetahuan yang cukup mereka bersikeras tetap ingin membeli jam sesuai dengan kode tersebut ( JF / ER ). Hal yang sama dengan adanya persepsi “harus membeli jam tangan dengan label made in japan”. Ternyata ada resiko yang akan kita hadapi apabila kita tetap bersikeras membeli jam yang tidak didistribusikan langsung oleh PT Kasindo ( garansi resmi ) yaitu tidak berlakunya garansi apabila jam yang kita beli bermasalah ataupun rusak.

JDM ( Japan Domestic Market ) atau yang biasa di labelin dengan kode JF biasanya dijual untuk kawasan atau pasar di negara Jepang. Namun itu tidak berarti bahwa semua jam yang memiliki kode JF tersebut merupakan Made in Japan. Dalam beberapa kasus / model memang terdapat perbedaan spesifikasi seperti carbon band pada tipe rangeman untuk kode JF, namun secara umum untuk tipe lainnya tidak ada perbedaan sama sekali.

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

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MASTER of G
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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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