Casio is perfectly content to rest on their laurels. Their G-Shock line is inexplicably popular, the ladies love them some Baby-G, and every year a new cohort of customers graduates into some of their nicer models. That’s why I’m pleased to see this cleverly designed and relatively cheap Baby-G. It costs $160 and will be available this June in time for “water sports” season, according to Shigenori Itoh, CEO of Casio America.
Available in June 2011, these boat-worthy watches are equipped with the always functional Baby-G staple characteristics. The model is fully equipped with shock resistance, 100M water resistance, LED Light, 48-city world time, 5 daily alarms, 1/100th second stopwatch, countdown timer and 12/24 hour formats. Make waves with the fashion and function of Baby-G!
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