Excerpt: OK I'm rugged on my phones, drop them, they get wet, I live on the ocean most of the time! Onr of the features i was excited about was the tides, carring my phone is easier than carring around tide charts all the time!
Excerpt: I previously owned the g'z one (and am currently using it again) The battery performance became week and the rock was cheaper than a new battery. After my first rock's speaker phone died (among other things) I received a new one from Verizon.
Pros: the name
Cons: cheep plastic, Breaks easy charge cradel failed two days after I purchased it! slow prossesing
Excerpt: I have owned two rocks and also all of casio's past waterproof phones. I was very happy with all of the previous versions, except for one where the screen wasn't glued on all the way and it leaked from there, but other than that one phone they were all great.
Pros: Gz Zone App
Cons: Not water proof, product that no one stands behind. Waste of time and money
Excerpt: Bought this phone after having an LG 8300 (best phone on earth) for over 3 years and 2000 hrs of talk time. Thought I would finally upgrade and treat myself to an early Christmas gift. Loved the Gzgear features in the store, seemed perfect being a surfer and hiker.
Excerpt: I've own the G'zOne Type S for a little over a year, and it's a pretty rugged phone. The only problem I had with it was the software started messing up, or someone in the CIA was tapping my phone.
Pros: Looks good. More software applications than previous versions. Looks more modern. Better quality pictures.
Cons: Buttons too sensitive. Not as durable as previous versions. Too many unnecessary software applications.