Casio reveals The King of G-Shock

Casio America proudly announced the latest edition to its G-Shock family, which has the largest case design in G-Shock history. The Ultimate Tough GX56 watch measures 55.5mm x 53.6mm x 17.5mm and combines the latest Casio’s technologies in its shock resistant case.

The GX56 is nearly two times larger in volume than the classic model  DW560, has a solar panel combined with a large-capacity rechargeable battery, Mineral Glass face for increased scratch resistance and includes features like: Auto EL Backlight, Mud Resistance, Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, World Time (31TZ/48 City + UTC), 4 Daily Alarms and 1 Snooze Alarm, and 12/24 Hr. Formats.

Casio GX56-1A

“G-Shock is thrilled to offer this new level of shock resistance and technically advanced features in a lightweight functional timepiece,” said Shigenori Itoh, Vice President of Casio’s Timepiece Division. With its fashion-forward large case, the Ultimate Tough GX56 truly continues the G-Shock Tradition of Toughness and Technology.”

Casio G-Shock GX56-1A and GX56-4

Ultimate Tough GX56 is available in black (GX56-1A) and hazard orange (GX56-4) for $150.

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