G-Shock X Surfrider Limited Edition digital watch

G-Shock and the Surfrider Foundation comes again with co-branded collaboration watch –  the GRX5600SRF-3 digital watch. The timepiece has has Self-Charging, Tough Solar Power technology, shock resistant construction and recycled packaging.


Designed with the surf lifestyle in mind, has bright yellow and deep jade motif with the Surfrider logo on the band and the back, features 200M Water Resistant, Custom Full Auto EL Backlight with a red surfer catching a wave, 48 City World Time + UTC, 4 Daily Alarms and 1 Snooze Alarm, Hourly Time Signal, 1/100th Second Stopwatch, Dual Countdown Timers, and 12/24 Hr. Formats and Tide Graph function with 100 pre-set site locations as well as a Moon Age & Phase Data indicator for the ultimate tracking the tides.

Casio GRX5600SRF-3 digital watch

“Casio is known worldwide for consistently producing superior quality watches, and we could not be more excited to be partnering with them for the second year in a row,” says Matt McClain, Surfrider Foundation’s Director of Marketing and Communications. “This limited edition collaboration is ecologically friendly and a great way to highlight our commitment to protecting and preserving our coastlines.”

Casio GRX5600SRF-3 is expected to be available in July for $130.

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