Casio

Reviews (7/10 Avg. rating)

Extra-tough build, weak camera chops

Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE

from Cnet (8 months ago)

If you don't mind mediocre photos, consider the Commando. Not only is Verizon's 4G LTE network faster and available in more cities than Sprint's, it also has clear call quality, and a slightly faster processor than the Torque. True, aside from its predecessor, the device is the only rugged handset on... More

  8/10

It's not quite as tough as it looks

Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE

from Brighthand (8 months ago)

The Casio Commando 4G LTE means well. It's a rare option for active types that are looking for a rough-and-tumble device (with 4G LTE, no less) that can withstand more abuse than your average smartphone. And while it does succeed in that sense, bear in mind that being tougher than most of today's delicate... More

  6/10

Users that are constantly outdoors will enjoy the ruggedness of this phone

Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE

from GottaBeMobile (9 months ago)

Despite the drawbacks the Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE is an excellent option for users that need a rugged Android smartphone on Verizon’s 4G LTE network and a much-needed upgrade to the Casio G’zOne Commando line of smartphones.

A definite improvement over the original

Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE

from Phone Scoop (9 months ago)

I may have a few quibbles with the hardware, but the Casio G’zOne Commando LTE 4G is a definite improvement over the original. The hardware looks good and mostly functions well. It has a nice screen, excellent signal and voice performance, and decent battery life. The user interface is based on... More

  7/10

The Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE should work well for its target audience

Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE

from PhoneArena (9 months ago)

If you are looking for a rugged and outdoor durable Android smartphone for Verizon Wireless, your best and only choice is the Casio G’zOne Commando 4G LTE, as it meets MIL 810G certification for being able to withstand the elements, and it comes with an attractive $99 contract price. Even though... More

  8/10

The Ravine 2 continues Casio's long tradition of ultra-rugged phones with the bonus of improved call quality

Casio G’zOne Ravine 2

from Cnet (over 2 years ago)

Like its predecessors, the Casio G'zOne Ravine 2 stands out from the cell phone crowd for its sturdy and ultradurable design. It's not pretty in the least, but that doesn't matter when you can take the handset for a swim without giving it a scratch. Similarly, though it doesn't have a ton of features,... More

  7/10

A killer rugged phone for frequent talkers, although it's not the slam dunk it was last year

Casio G’zOne Ravine 2

from PC Magazine (over 2 years ago)

Casio slimmed down its rugged Ravine the second time around. The G'zOne Ravine 2 sports the same stringent 810G military specification as the first model,though it's smaller and lighter than before. It's perfect for construction workers, factory employees, or anyone that wants a cell phone that can take... More

  8/10

It's good enough to make smartphone craving adventurers happy

Casio G`zOne Commando

from MobileBurn (over 2 years ago)

The Casio G'zOne Commando for Verizon Wireless is a specialty phone. When measured against "regular" devices, it might not shine that much. But when paired with the correct consumer, one who needs a tough element-resistant smartphone, it proves itself worthy. If you are that special person, then please... More

  7/10

It's the one to get if you need a more rugged smartphone

Casio G`zOne Commando

from PhoneArena (over 2 years ago)

Even though the Casio G’zOne Commando isn’t the fastest or most high-end smartphone on the market, it fills a void for a mid-level device that is also rugged and durable, which can withstand water and being dropped on occasion. We love its overall build quality, and that it has a different... More

  8/10

A well executed rugged device suitable for all sorts of electronics-unfriendly environments

Casio G`zOne Commando

from Brighthand (over 2 years ago)

The Casio G'zOne Commando certainly isn't for everyone. If you're sure-handed enough to never drop things, you don't ever plan on being out of sight of civilization, and you've never lost a phone to a bad encounter with water, then the features that distinguish will be useless to you. But it's a well... More

  7/10

I have no problem with the rock

Casio G'zOne Rock

(10 months ago)

good battery life, i can set it to be on all the time when opened and still get a week per charge only downside is the charging cradle as it is a snug fit

  9/10

Worst Phone EVER

Casio G'zOne Boulder

(about 1 year ago)

I had a LG Chocolate touch screen phone, and switched because my contract was up, bad mistake. At first the phone was good, but then something went wrong with the speaker and who ever I talked to on the phone sounded staticky, and I gave it a week and it that problem disappeared. Not only that but it... More

  1/10

Awsome phone

Casio G'zOne Boulder

(over 2 years ago)

I am really abuse my it is always getting scratched up and it says you can run it over with a small car and this was 100% true because I ran my phone over with a 3/4 ton Chevy that weighs around 6000 pounds and all it did was break the front screen that is under another piece that must protect it every... More

  10/10

Almost there...

Casio G`zOne Commando

(over 2 years ago)

This phone has a lot of great features, but lacking basics. On your Spec's page, you listed that the phone has auto answer capability, which it does not. Additionally, there is no Speech to Text app available either. If these were available, I would dub this the "Perfect Phone". Until... More

  6/10

I LOVE THIS PHONE! It ROCKS!!

Casio G'zOne Boulder

(over 2 years ago)

Please make this into a smart phone! When I got this phone over 2 1/2 years ago, I tried 2 kill it! I ran over it with my car, I dropped it in a glass of coke- called it, answered it, rinsed it off & it still worked. So I let my then teething son, chew on it, slobber on it & throw it around... More

  5/10

Completely disapointed

Casio G'zOne Rock

(over 3 years ago)

The processor needs to be improved. I open the flip phone and I have to wait for the phone to react (light up). Delayed key response when texting or dialing (my most fustrating complaint). User interface is minimal at best. When speaking from time to time people have a hard time listening (the mic area... More

  4/10

The Rock

Casio G'zOne Rock

(over 3 years ago)

HORRIBLE phone... cant wait to get a new one. Piece of sh*t was on the charger perfectly fine. Then It randomly turned off and never turned back. O and because Its a little worn I have to pay $50 to get a new one. And by worn I mean no scratchs on the screen but scratches on the black outing that... More

  2/10

LOVE THIS PHONE

Casio G'zOne Boulder

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

All the you saying this phone sucks is CRAZY i have had it for over a year & half its stands up to everything i give it! mud rain, swimming, so far the sound is great on mine maybe mine is updated! but thae sad news this is no longer at verizon they came out with 2 more gz ones since i purchased... More

  10/10

This thing is simply amazing

Casio G'zOne Boulder

(over 3 years ago)

I got this phone when I got my contract renewed 2009. I was coming from an old LG VX8300 and it was REALLY banged up. It had even got a little wet once and still worked. So I definetely considered I needed something durable, and this is what I chose. The phone is water proof. I never tested that capability... More

  10/10

Miss this phone!!!

Casio G'zOne Type-V

from Amazon (over 3 years ago)

This is the best phone i have ever owned. I chose it when I was pregnant with my third child and my two boys had dropped my other phone in a cup of water. I realized that phones these days are not made to be handled roughly and that wouldn't work for me. This phone lasted 2 years with no issues...... More

  10/10

Info & Contact

About Casio

Established in 1946 by Tadao Kashio, an engineer specializing in fabrication technology, Casio has become a leader in desktop and handheld calculators and innovative wristwatches that boast an abundance of features.

Milestones include the first all electric compact calculator in 1957, the release of Casio’s personal calculator in 1972, which went on to sell over 10 million units, and the first G-Shock watch in 1985.

Casio involved itself in the mobile communications market by creating a uniquely durable cell phone, called the G’zOne. This cell phone is designed for tough environments.

Contact Information

Email:
service@casiocanada.com

Telephone:
1-800-661-2274

Helpful Links

Official Website, Facebook

Casio Question?

Visit the Q&A Forum to get answers, ask a question or help others.

Find the best: