“Upgrade your timekeeping with the GA-900-4A, featuring a shock-resistant design, water resistance up to 200 meters, and vibrant LED backlight.”
About The Product
The G-Shock GA-900-4A: A Masterpiece of Durability and Style
The G-Shock GA-900-4A is a timepiece like no other. With its rugged design, reliable accuracy, and plethora of features, this watch is the perfect choice for anyone who demands both style and substance in their wristwear.
Built to withstand the toughest conditions, the GA-900-4A is designed to withstand shock, vibration, and even extreme temperatures. This watch is constructed with high-quality materials, including a durable resin case, a scratch-resistant mineral glass lens, and a sturdy metal buckle. Whether you’re exploring the great outdoors, working in a tough job site, or simply living an active lifestyle, you can trust that your G-Shock GA-900-4A will stand up to the challenge.
Style That Stands Out
With its bold, eye-catching design, the GA-900-4A is sure to turn heads wherever you go. From its futuristic digital display to its sleek, modern case, this watch is a true statement piece. And with its range of color options, you can choose the perfect watch that fits your personal style. Whether you prefer a bold, vibrant look or a more understated, classic style, the GA-Shock GA-900-4A has got you covered.
Features for Every Need
With its array of useful features, the GA-900-4A has everything you need to stay organized and on-track, no matter what life throws your way. From its stopwatch and countdown timer to its world time feature, this watch has everything you need to stay on top of your day-to-day tasks. And with its waterproof design, you can wear your GA-900-4A in the water, without having to worry about damage to your timepiece.
- UPC: 889232274386
- case color: Red
- case material: Resin
- case shape: Round
- color: Black
- gender: Mens
- movement: Analog, Digital
- case size (width): 49.5mm
- strap material: Resin
- strap color: Red
- 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.