“Experience Precision and Functionality with this High-Performance Watch, Featuring Dual LED Light, Stopwatch and a Design Built for Adventure.”
About The Product
The Ultimate Timepiece: The G-Shock GAE-2100GC-7A
The GAE-2100GC-7A is a watch that embodies the epitome of rugged elegance, making it the perfect choice for anyone seeking to make a bold fashion statement while still demanding top-notch functionality.
This G-Shock watch is designed to withstand the toughest conditions, making it the perfect choice for adventurers, sports enthusiasts, and anyone who demands a timepiece that can keep up with their active lifestyle. The GAE-2100GC-7A is made from a sturdy, high-quality resin case and band, and is shock-resistant, water-resistant up to 200 meters, and has a magnetic resistance of 4,800 A/m.
This watch is not just built to withstand the toughest conditions, it’s also packed with advanced features that make it a standout timepiece. It features a world time function with 48 cities, a 1/100 second stopwatch, a countdown timer, 5 daily alarms, a full auto-calendar, and a 12/24-hour format. The watch also features a dual LED light that makes it easy to read the time even in low-light conditions.
The GAE-2100GC-7A is a watch that is not only functional but also stylish. The unique design of this timepiece is sure to turn heads, with its black and gold color scheme and sleek lines. The watch has a 45.4mm case and a 13.4mm thickness, making it the perfect size for a bold and stylish look on any wrist.
In conclusion, the G-Shock GAE-2100GC-7A is a watch that has it all – style, functionality, and durability. It’s the perfect timepiece for anyone who is looking for a watch that can keep up with their active lifestyle and make a bold fashion statement at the same time.
- UPC: 889232314372
- case color: White
- case material: Carbon, Resin
- case shape: Round
- color: Black
- gender: Mens
- movement: Analog, Digital
- case size (width): 45.4mm
- strap material: Resin
- strap color: White
- water resistance: 200m / 20atm (bar)
G-Shock, short for Gravitational Shock, first launched in 1983 after Casio engineer, Kikuo Ibe conceptualized a watch that could have a battery life of 10 years, be water resistance up to 100 meters, and survive a 10 meters drop. Originally intended as a high-priced specialty item, G-Shocks are now considered to highly regarded collector-worthy timepieces.