Casio Men’s ‘G Shock’ Quartz Stainless Steel and Resin Casual Watch, Color:Black (Model: GST-S110-1ACR)
- New Theme for Hi-end Corner
- Full-auto Super Illuminator LED
- Tough Solar
- Shock Resistant
- Neo-brite Luminous Hands
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Wear this men’s Casio G-Shock G-Steel watch to embrace a new layer of toughness. Featuring a resin band and stainless steel bezel, this timepiece sports a rugged look and maintains the shock resistant structure that G-Shock is known for.
- Shock Resistant
- 200M water resistant
- Full-auto super illuminator LED
- Neo-brite luminous hands
- World Time (31TZ / 48 cities + UTC)
- 5 Daily Alarms
- 1/100th second stopwatch
- Countdown timer
- 12/24 hr formats
- Case Size: 52.4mm
- Casio Style #: GSTS110-1A
- Tough solar powered, shock resistant, 200-meter water resistance, neobrite, double led light, world time, stopwatch, countdown timer, 5 daily alarms
- Hourly time signal, hand shift feature, battery level indicator, power saving, full auto-calendar (to year 2099), 12/24-hour format, button operation tone on/off
- Quartz Movement
- Case Diameter: 59.1mm
- Water resistant 200m (660ft): in general, suitable for professional marine activity and serious surface water sports, but not diving
Products by Type: G-Shock
G-Shock is a brand of watches manufactured by Casio, known for its resistance to shocks (e.g. hard knocks and strong vibrations). Its full form is Gravitational Shock. They are designed primarily for sports, military and outdoor adventure oriented activity; nearly all G-Shocks have some kind of stopwatch feature, countdown timer, light and water resistance.
Products by Type: Quartz
Products by Type: Steel
Products by Brand: Casio
The Casio Computer Company is a multinational electronics manufacturing company headquartered in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Its products include calculators, mobile phones, cameras, musical instruments and watches. It was founded in 1946, and in 1957 released the world's first entirely electric compact calculator.
Casio entered the wristwatch market at a time when the watch industry had just discovered digital technology. As a company with cutting-edge electronic technology developed for pocket calculators, Casio entered this field confident that it could develop timepieces that would lead the market by developing its own wristwatch.