G-LIDE Splash – New May 2012

glx150 gwx8900 g-lide g-shock may 2012 new
Casio is introducing six new G_LIDE watches to the Japanese market in May: four (semi-) budget GLX-150s and two higher ended GWX-8900s. Aimed at the “surfer” segment, these products all feature the pre-programed (100 points around the world where high tide is an important detail) tide and moon graph displays and they all feature world time, alarms, timer, 12/24 hour display, stopwatch, and auto-LED backlight. The GWX models are atomic-radio time setting and solar charging.

glx150-4 g-shock may 2012 new glx-189-4jf

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glx150-2 g-shock new may 2012 glx-150-2jf glide

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glx150-1 g-shock g-lide new may 2012 glx-150-1jf

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glx150-7_g-shock new may 2012 g-lide casio

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gwx8900-1_g-shock g-lide new may 2012 gwx-8900-1

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gwx8900b-7 g-shock g-lide new may 2012 gwx-8900b-7

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Hey guys, what do you think? Do you surf? Is a tide graph useful? Please comment!

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Tags: G-lide, glx150-1, glx150-2, glx150-4, glx120-7, gwx8900b-7, gwx8900-1, new may 2012, G-Shock, glx-150-1, glx-150-2, glx-150-4, glx-120-7, gwx-8900b-7, gwx-8900-1, glx150, gwx8900,

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One response to “G-LIDE Splash – New May 2012

  1. Nurul

    Hai.. regarding the gshock glx-150-4.. are u selling it?? Could u advise me regarding the watch? Via email?

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