Snag a huge 50% off G-Shock watches right now in Casio's Black Friday sale

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Right now, you can get up to 50% off watches in the Casio G-Shock Black Friday sale. The deals have continued all weekend, but today is likely to be your last opportunity to snag a cheap G-Shock for yourself or as a Christmas gift.

There are 22 watches in the sale right now, though the most popular models might sell out before the end of Cyber Monday. We've rounded up our pick of the best deals below, but you can also browse all the watches yourself on Casio's website

If you're in the US, check out the best Black Friday deals on Casio's North American website for more offers.


Casio G-Shock GD-400GB-1B2ER: £129 £64.50 at Casio
Save £64.50 This smart black and gold design gives the classic GD-400 a fresh new look. It's one of Casio's toughest G-Shocks, and particularly popular with fans of extreme sports thanks to its bars that give the face extra protection, and 250m water resistance


Casio G-Shock GX-56SL-4ER: £139 £97.30 at Casio
Save £41.70 A watch build for lovers of the great outdoors, the GX-56SL-4ER features two different colored resins swirled together to create an earthy look. This is one of the hottest deals this Black Friday, and stock is now limited.


Casio DW-5600CA-8ER: £99.90 £69.90 at Casio
Save £30 This watch from Casio's Camo Utility Series launched in January this year, and features the classic G-Shock case shape with a subdued color scheme, EL backlight, water resistance to 200 meters, and Casio's shockproof Hollow Core Guard structure. It's cheaper than ever in the Black Friday sale.

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Cat is the editor of Advnture, She’s been a journalist for 13 years, and was fitness and wellbeing editor on TechRadar before joining the Advnture team in 2022. She’s a UK Athletics qualified run leader, and in her spare time enjoys nothing more than lacing up her shoes and hitting the roads and trails (the muddier, the better).