Casio G-SHOCK Aqua Teen Hunger Force watch

Casio outs a new co-branded G-Shock watch, this time in collaboration with Adult Swim for a Aqua Teen Hunger Force themed DW6900AS-8 model.

The design of the new timepiece gets inspiration from the Aqua Teen Volume 6 DVD cover and pays tribute to the infamous Aqua Teen Hunger Force team made up of three human-sized food products – Meatwad, Frylock and Master Shake.The watch comes in white casing with pink and black accents, and “with one press of a button, the watch face summons the iconic Ignignokt face.”  As for the features, the DW6900AS-8 include shock resistance, water resistance to 200 meters, flash alert, multi-function alarm, countdown timer, 1/100 second stopwatch and 12/24 hour formats.

Casio DW6900AS-8 Aqua Teen Hunger Force

This model for the fans is produced in a limited quantity, will feature a custom backcase engraving and available for $200.

Aqua Teen Hunger Force

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