5 ways Casio can improve the G-Shock Move smartwatch


I’ve been testing the G-Shock Move DWH5600 smartwatch for a few weeks to get a sense of how it ticks. Bad joke aside, it’s a beautiful timepiece that works well with my sense of fashion (or lack thereof) and keeps track of some darn useful health and fitness metrics, including sleep quality, blood oxygen saturation, heart rate and more. But there’s also room for improvement in the stylish wearable. 

Admittedly, some of these suggestions, like fixing the app experience, are easier to address than others. Still, if Casio considers even half of my requests, the next-gen Move will almost certainly be a winner. With that in mind, here are the five ways Casio should improve the G-Shock Move DWH5600.

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