BABY-G came into existence in 1994 as a women’s watch with the same challenging concept as G-SHOCK. Equipped with features like shock-resistant structure and 100-meter water resistance and unique designs and color variations with great feminine appeal, it’s the watch for every woman who chooses an active and fashionable lifestyle. While maintaining the G-SHOCK’s toughness, the first BABY-G watch model DW-520 introduced a downsized case and pop colors suited to women’s wrists and tastes. Capturing the dreams of young women in their late teens, especially, opened up new opportunities for the digital watch as a ladies’ fashion accessory.
What are the features of Baby-G watches?
- baby g watch has a smaller design and mechanism and is less bulky than their big brother, the G-Shock, as is the G-Shock Mini; they are just rarer. They are equally far more colorful and bold in their style. They are very much loved and worn by women and children than men.
- They all begin with the essential digital watch functions like a countdown timer, a stopwatch, alarms, 12/24 hour time, an hourly timer, world time, an auto-calendar, and daylight saving.
- Casio will further include some form of LED backlight on G-Shocks and Baby-G watches. They are also shock resistance and some form of water resistance.
- G-Shocks typically consist of 200m water resistance, which means you can take them swimming or diving. Whereas Baby-G timepieces are typically only rated to 100m, some have 200m, though, so you can swim with them but have to be careful beyond that.