Casio G-SHOCK X SURFRIDER limited edition watch

Casio-G-SHOCK-X-SURFRIDERIn celebration of 25 years of protecting our oceans, waves and beaches, Casio has joined forces with the Surfrider Foundation to release the limited edition G-Shock X Surfrider Foundation collaboration watch, the G5500SRF-1, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the organization.

An ecologically friendly watch, the G5500SRF-1 features Non-Stop Tough Solar Technology – which combines a tiny, solar panel with a large-capacity rechargeable battery enabling a variety of energy-hungry functions to operate smoothly. The result is an impressive solar timepiece that assures reliable timekeeping and greatly reduces the need for battery change.

Casio G-SHOCK X SURFRIDER

In addition, the G-Shock X Surfrider collaboration watch features the Surfrider Foundation logo in the backlight and back of the face, name on the band and clasp, G-Shock’s legendary 200M water resistance & shock resistance, five daily alarms, countdown timer, 1/100 Sec. Stopwatch and 48-city/29 time zone world time.

Available in July for $130, visit www.gshock.com for more information.

Source: Casio

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