OK in that caseI wanted to keep the article to the "standard" functions found on almost all G-Shocks. Barometer, sunset/ sunrise, moon phase, temperature, etc.... are found on specialized G-Shocks.
It's possibly the only thing holding the time-space continuum together!The display, so the timekeeping can actually be read rather than just exist inside a register. The strap and case so the watch attaches to the body and I can't lose it, and it stays together and doesn't disassemble inside the pocket. Hm what more.. I guess the battery?
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I don't know if this is quite the point of the discussion for it's not so much a useless feature I'll mention but the way it was so badly, ridiculously bad, done that the feature ended up being useless.
Talking about the absolute useless led light in the GA100s and GA110s, it would it be the same not to have light at all... btw, those two are the models I know with that design flaw to say the least, I can't say anything about other models so far.
My excuses, most likely I'm out of topic, but thought this will be a nice opportunity to mention it.
Not a G-Shock, although the model has been recently mentioned here a lot, but the Casio DW-291H does have the ability to save your three favourite non-home time zones, where you can scroll between them, along with your set home time, on the home screen via button D. It's not a function that I use, but I did notice it and played about with it yesterday. Thought you'd like to know, despite it not being a G-Shock. Maybe some G-Shocks have this, but I only have two, both of which don't.I find the implementation of WT on most basic G-shocks a little lacking. I would love to have my 4-5 most used timezones in the main timekeeping screen so I can get to them quickly instead of having to scroll through a list on a separate screen (useful when you are juggling multiple group members in various time zones).