New colorways are soon to be added to the recently introduced GA-400 category: analog-digital, mostly edgy street fashion designed to appeal to those looking for a skateboard/sneakerhead ’90s style of big and extra-bold watch statement.
This model, set to be released in October, 2014, features the convenience of a rotary switch that makes its operation simpler than the previous all-button G-Shock models we’ve been used to, and hints of Casio’s migration towards a more ubiquitous “smart” access control throughout their wrist watch product lines.
Along with the standard features on the GA models, this watch has a longer battery lifespan expectancy of three years.
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