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Feature: Casio X-Large G-Shock Ana-Digi

April 14, 2010

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Casio introduced many new watch styles at Baselworld this year. I like the new X-Large G watch the best. It features a new analog and digital dial, and a stopwatch function that can record with 1/1000th second precision, which makes this a great watch to time sporting events. Like the majority of G-Shocks, it is big, yet very comfortable. The case is sleeker than the classic G-Shocks, that have an area which protrudes out on both sides of the case. This shape is cleaner and more comfortable. And the buttons are easier to activate in comparison to a classic G-Shock. The analog readout is a nice touch too, and really defines this new style. Available in all black, white or yellow.

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Technical Specifications:

Hourly Time Signal
Auto-Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099)
Daily Alarm 4 daily and 1 snooze alarm
Module 5081
Approx. Battery Life 2 years
Battery CR1220
Countdown Timer
Shock Resist
Backlight Auto LED light with afterglow
Water Resistant up to 200M
12/24-Hour Formats
Accuracy +/- 15 seconds per month
Magnetic Resistant
World Time 29 times zones (48 cities + UTC)
Stopwatch 1/1000 Second

Retail $99

Source: Casio

Baselworld, Casio


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