Do some G-Shocks actually have an outer case made of both rubber and steel? How would a replacement for that work?
I used to have an early solar/atomic model that I am pretty sure had an outer case made of both materials. But But I can't remember the model, or even what it looked like exactly.
I believe there are some all-steel G-Shocks. But I don't understand how they could even be considered a G since the steel case is not one of the true shock resistant element. What makes it different than other Casio models that are made of hard resin, but are not considered G-Shocks? Such as the DW-290, Twin-Sensor, etc.