Casio releases G-Shock X-Large Combi watch

Heeding the call of watch aficionados and G-Shock fans worldwide, Casio America Inc. proudly debuts the G-Shock X-Large Combi (GA100). A formidable analog and digital wrist watch, the GA100 features an extra large 55.0 x 51.2 x 16.9 mm case.

Upholding the distinct G-Shock lineage, the GA100 features the “Three Eyes” (found on its predecessors the DW5900, DW6900 and GW-500) while maintaining unsurpassed water and shock resistance native to all G-Shock watches. A soon-to-be collector’s item, the GA100 includes a riveted dial ring and embossed index that creates a three-dimensional effect on the watch face.

“The G-Shock GA100 is testament of our commitment to our consumers,” said Shigenori Itoh, Vice President of Casio’s Timepiece Division. “We have listened closely and delivered a stylish, large-face, technically advanced timepiece”

Casio GA100 Series

Additional GA100 features include large side buttons with anti-skid finish for enhanced functionality, shock resistance, 200M water resistance, magnetic resistant (JIS Class Level I magnetic resistance protects against the effects of magnetic fields. Equivalent to ISO Standard 764), Auto LED Light with Afterglow, 48 City World Time, 1/100 Second Chronograph, and 4 Daily Alarms and 1 Snooze Alarm, and Hourly Time Signal

Available in three fashion forward hues, sentinel black (GA100-1A4), crisp white (GA100A-7A) and hazard yellow (GA100A-9A) for $99.

Source: Casio

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