Casio limited edition Dee & Ricky G-Shock Watch

The latest addition to the G-Shock Family comes from collaboration with the New York based fashion design duo Dee & Ricky. The limited edition GA110DR-1A sports extra-large analog/digital with the Dee & Ricky design and will be available in July 2010 with retail price of  $130.

TheGA110DR-1A features include shock resistance, 200M water resistance, Auto LED Light with Afterglow, 48 City World Time, 1/1000th Stopwatch with speed indicator, 4 Daily Alarms and 1 Snooze Alarm, Auto Calendar and Hourly Time Signal. The timepiece of course has a the duo’s signature Lego-based designs,  draws on primary colors to mimic the appearance of a toy watch and also have JIS Class Level I magnetic resistant to protect against the effects of magnetic fields often found in airport metal detectors.

Casio GA-110DR-1A


“G-Shock is pleased to collaborate with the fashion brand, Dee & Ricky,” said Shigenori Itoh, Vice President of Casio’s Timepiece Division. “As the first brand to customize the new G-Shock GA110 model, Dee & Ricky create a fusion of cutting edge G-Shock technology and fashion-forward style that will surely make this watch a collectors’ item.”

GA-110DR-1A package

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