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Casio Men's GA100A-7 G-Shock X-Large Analog-Digital White and Blue Sports Watch

Item# SPM14733763324 | Model# GA100A-7A | Added on October 26, 2016 |
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Casio Men's GA100A-7 G-Shock X-Large Analog-Digital White and Blue Sports Watch
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With an extra large case and ultra durable construction, the Casio Men s G-Shock X-Large Sports Watch offers modern technology in a stylishly rugged design. The textured, white dial features both analog and digital displays, embossed, luminous indexes that give a 3-D effect, and wide, blue hands with cut-out details. This bold watch offers a variety of functions, including World Time with 29 time zones, five alarms, stopwatch, countdown timer, 12- and 24-hour formats, and day, date, and month information. A strong, white resin band wraps comfortably around the wrist and fastens with a buckle clasp for an adjustable fit. Able to stand up to extreme environments with its shock resistant technology, anti-magnetic structure, and water resistant depth of 660 feet (200 meters), this attention-grabbing timepiece is ideal for independent and active adventurers. Color : White Size : One-Size Product dimensions : 7x6x6 inches Product weight : 0.15 pounds SKU : ADIB003DZ7VOW

  • The resin Casio analog-digital watch has a white dial with purple-tone, luminescent hands for great style
  • The dial sits in a white resin case with a fixed bezel for sturdiness
  • Has a perpetual calendar so you don't lose track as you move from place to place
  • Shows the time in a digital format as well
  • Has an auto-LED light with afterglow to help you read the time in the dark
  • A scratch-resistant mineral crystal cover protects the dial, keeping the watch looking new
  • Features multiple functions, including the display of 29 time
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