Casio reveals G-Shock GR8900A and G8900A series digital watches

This news is for the lovers of Casio’s G-Shock rugged timepieces, the company has announced a brand new large case digital line up that includes the GR8900A and the G8900A series, enriched with easy readable super illuminator LED backlight LCDs and housed in large, shock and water resistant cases with aluminium bezels.

The new G-Shock GR8900A digital watches also feature Tough Solar Power, 200M water resistance, world time (48 cities +UTC), 1/100 second stopwatch, countdown timer, 12/24 Hr formats, plus 4 daily alarms and 1 snooze, available in a matte black or white finish with black dial faces. The GR8900A will be available this month for $140.

Casio G-SHOCK GR8900A Series


The other, G8900A series offer an auto super illuminator LED backlight, flash alert, world time (48 cities +UTC), multi-home time 4, 1/100 second stopwatch, countdown timer, 12/24 Hr formats, mute function and also 4 daily alarms and 1 snooze.  Available this November for $110 in matte black with electric blue accents, all white, or orange with a contrasting black dial face.

Casio G-SHOCK G8900A series

Source: Casio

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