Sporty times ahead

October 1st, 2017

It’s rugged, it’s stylish, it’s a G-Shock. We tell you all about this stylish black light-weight wrist monster…

Key Features:

  • Shock resistant
  • Water resistant
  • Alarm, countdown timer, stopwatch, speedometer
  • World time with 29 time zones
  • Economical price

Going by the looks, Casio G-Shock GA100 is a black beauty that is untamed yet classy. The dial is huge; black matte with soft-rubber effect with white hands. An LED illuminates the face of the watch for easy reading in the dark. The watch’s auto light switch turns on illuminations automatically when you angle the watch towards your face. While it looks huge and with wide straps, it doesn’t feel heavy on the wrist.

It is shock resistant, the back of the dial has 17mm thick casing that will make sure this one stays with you for a long time surviving normal daily use and even light activity such as playing catch, tennis etc. making it a watch to flaunt your sporty side!

Although it is water resistant the manual advises against using it while swimming. It can take a little bit of splashing when it rains or while hand washing.

World Time digitally displays the current time in one of the 48 cities (29 time zones) around the world. A simple operation swaps your Home City with the currently selected World Time City. Now this is a cool feature if you often travel between two cities in different time zones! This watch has a countdown timer which when over, is notified by an alarm sound. Of course, it has an alarm and a stopwatch!

Our tip: Go wear it with that army-print jacket or those military pants to score extra points on your vacation or road trip photographs!

(With inputs from user manual)

By: Richa Vij

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