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About this product
- Product InformationThis orange Casio cell phone is formatted to work on the Verizon cellular phone network. This Casio cell phone is ideally suited for the consumer that needs a durable phone. The clamshell design is made for people that travel with their phone frequently and the 2-inch LCD display on this Verizon cell phone is waterproof. The Casio G'zOne Boulder cell phone can be used to capture memories or document important images because it has a 1.3 MP camera. Users can expand the memory on this Casio cell phone through the Micro SD card slot so there is no issue with saving photos, messages, videos, and files. One of the most popular features on this cellular phone is Push to Talk, which allows users to communicate with colleagues and friends instantly. The Casio G'zOne Boulder cell phone gets up to 3.6 hours of talk time and 63 hours of standby time when it has a full charge on the battery.
- Family LineCasio G'zOne
- ModelBoulder C711
- TypeCellular Phone
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyCDMA / EVDO Rev. A
- BandCDMA 800/1900
- Supported Flash Memory CardsMicroSD
- Battery Capacity800 mAh
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Digital CameraYes
- Email AccessYes
Most relevant reviews
- hal71002015Apr 14, 2015by
Great voice phone for use outdoors and in rough environments. Super Buy!
This is better than the original phone I bought from Verizon 6 years ago. The speaker is on the front instead of the back and is larger and louder. Great for using as speaker phone, which I do a lot. The software is upgraded and the voice commands work a whole lot better.
I was able to load the MEID into the Verizon system very easily, once I quit typing the numbers wrong.
The only problem is the Verizon call center tech said the "certificate was not current" and that is why I could not load Backup Assistant and download my 66 contacts. I ended up doing them by hand. It gave me a chance to clean up the list. :-)
I am retired and I camp and fish a lot. This rugged phone with great voice and adequate text messaging is just what I want. I am so glad this phone is still available.Read full review
- felk014Mar 11, 2015by
Casio verizon cell phone for company use.
We have used these phones in the past, most lasted for years. Pushase 3 units and all look new, no visable marks and great battery life. Our guys use these units in a dirty environment and they hold up well. Grate pricing on an item Verizon no longer carries. Easy to swap over to existing Verizon accounts. I do recommend this as a good purchase.
- nightwindp1Feb 16, 2013by
Can't Kill It
I recently bought two of these , after my wife gave me one as a surprise. Why you may ask? Simple. The Boulders and I have had a history. Eight years ago we switched to Verizon and I needed a tough phone so I chose the Boulder. Then as an auto tech I basically beat the thing to death.Yes,it was dropped..dropped then kicked through the parking lot..had a hood slammed on it,fell into cleaning solutions ,and just about anything else you could think of. Each time I would think I had killed it,but it was still alive!
Then our contract was due , two years had passed and finally I get an upgrade. What joy, a shiny new orange one! To sum it up, it's life wasn't any better and I had it for five years and eight months before I finally lost it. For me it was a very sad day.
It was a trek to the Verizon store to get a new phone, and once there finding out you can't have a Boulder. But you can have a new G'zone Commando. What? But I don't want a smart phone."Don't worry" they say"It's a tough phone also".
Well' kind of,that is , if you don't mind carrying it around like it's some kind of little egg all wrapped up in it's leather pouch and all. Never being able to hear it ring. Never being able to get it out, unlock it and answer a call,even if by some miracle you did hear it, charging the battery every time you turn around, always trying to keep it's screen clean. And the list of my griefs could go on,but I digress.
But back to the Boulder... if you're the kind of person like me who just needs a tough phone without the need to have a phone + laptop combined, then this is the phone for you.
The charger on the phone is its weak spot - so perhaps you should buy a cradle charger! Do that and this phone will last you a very very long time. So now you understand why I bought two more - now I have 2 back-ups if I ever lose my phone again.Read full review
- linc2Jan 05, 2015by
Not fully functional with Verizon network.
This particular phone does not connect with the Verizon Applications (e.g., games, Backup Assistant, etc.). It does not even connect for updates. I am told this particular G'zOne just has that problem. Other than that it works great. It's been dropped in water and has fallen from pretty significant heights onto hard ground and concrete and has not faltered.
- 7451claraFeb 10, 2013by
I would not buy this phone again as it had to be charged so often.
I was very disappointed with this Casio phone because I expected it to be above average as cell phones go. It would not hold a charge very long at all and the voice command didn't work, I think there was a piece missing on it. I would have preferred a booklet explaining the features instead I had to put the mini CD into the computer to read things I needed to know.
I liked the flip phone feature and it was easy to use. I bought the Casio because I had heard they were tough and also because it was a flip phone. It doesn't compare with the Samsung that I was using so I have gone back to it.