Watch Of The Day: Casio G-Shock G-Steel S110BD
Casio engineer Kikuo Ibe designed the very first G-Shock watch in 1983, the DW-5000C. The DW-5000C featured a 10-year battery life, was water resistance to 10 bar and designed to be strong enough to fall from 10 feet without breaking. Now, Casio is engineering G-Shock timepieces with modern style without compromising its standards of performance and durability.
A little bit of a throwback for today’s Watch Of The Day, with a modern edition of the Casio’s classic G-Shock watch. The sturdy design of G-Shock’s analog timepiece meats Casio’s long history of digital tech design. The Casio G-Shock G-Steel S110BD features a durable shock resistant design, engineered for 200M water resistance protection, and all ticking from a solar-powered battery function.
When Casio introduced this line of G-Shock watches, they sold for $450 but right now on Amazon, you can get the Casio G-Shock G-Steel S110BD for just $299.
Add this combination analog-digital watch to your collection today:
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