Casio Baby-G Married to the Mob watch

The latest fashion addition to the Casio Baby-G line come in collaboration with street-savvy apparel company, Married to the Mob. The limited-edition model called BG5600MOB-4 boasts a design that “emulates alternative vibes for street wear couture” and feature a metallic blush base and Married to the Mob signature lip logos adorning the band.

Along with chic look, Casio’s Baby-G timepiece offers the usual shock resistance, 100M Water Resistance features, as well as  LED Light with Afterglow, World Time (48 cities), 1/100 Second Stopwatch, Countdown timer, 4 Daily Alarms and 1 Snooze Alarm.

Casio BG5600MOB-4

“We’re so excited about joining forces with the hip, female-minded brand Married to the Mob,” said Shigenori Itoh, Vice President of Casio’s Timepiece Division. “Baby-G and Married to the Mob are two lines that are directly made for the always confident, fashionable woman.”

Casio BG5600MOB-4 watch

The new Baby-G collaboration model BG5600MOB-4 will be available in May for $99.

Source: Casio

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