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G-Shock Watches Review

G-Shock watches may be the sturdiest and most useful watches any active kid will ever need. You may still be wearing this watch long after you're a kid. G-Shock makes tough watches with a ton of gadgets on them. The glass casing is so strong that the watch still works even after it's been run over by a forklift. A snowboarder even claims he was caught in an avalanche and fell of a cliff and his watch still survived. Now, that's a strong watch!

If you're into thrashing around town on your BMX or skateboard, G-Shock's G-lide Street watch may be the time piece for you. This watch is extremely wipe-out proof. Even if you're in a lot of pain after your next BMX crash, you'll still be able to tell what time it is.

Besides being shock and crash proof, the watch also comes with a few neat gizmos. Each G-Shock has a full-screen light, a stopwatch, an alarm and is water resistant up to 600 feet (200 metres). G-Shock also has watches for the boarder, the surfer and even the kid who just likes to hang out and listen to tunes. They run around $90 to $110 US. To check out more watches and to play cool G-Shock games, head over to www.gshock.com

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