The King of the Pirates has died, and his last words were, ?One piece.? Everyone wants to be the new King of the Pirates, including Monkey D. Luffy, wearing a straw hat. But you knew all that, right?
If you did, Casio?s G-Shock One Piece Limited Edition is your watch.
Do you like One Piece? You better. The GA-110 Limited Edition has Monkey D. Luffy all over the band and bezel, in white and burgundy on a black background.
The buckle is stainless steel, and the hands are a dull gold finish. That may seem like a strange contradiction, but the look works; you aren?t looking at the buckle at the same time as the hands, and the hands fit the burgundy / white pirate theme.
The dial has Luffy?s straw hat at the 9 o?clock position on the digital and analog dial. Dial text unique to this model is WANTED at the 3 o?clock position instead of the usual CASIO 20BAR print.
The spirit of One Piece is always meeting new challenges, and a G-Shock is probably the right sort of watch to wear if you?re going treasure seeking on the high seas.
What makes this GA-110 a One Piece watch? The outer box, the inner box cylinder, and the case back all have the One Piece skull and crossbones wearing the distinctive straw hat.
The GA110JOP-1A4 comes equipped with standard G-SHOCK appointments, including:
- Shock Resistance
- 200M Water Resistance
- Magnetic Resistance
- Auto LED with afterglow
- Full Auto-Calendar
- World Time (29TZ/48Cities +UTC)
- 4 Daily Alarms & 1 Snooze Alarm
- 1/1000th Sec. Stopwatch (100Hr) w/ Speed Indicator (Max 1998unit/H)
- Countdown Timer (24Hr)
- 12/24 Hr. Formats
- Mute Function
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