Unyielding precision meets audacious design: a harmony of bold aesthetics and punctilious craftsmanship for the discerning wrist.
About The Product
The G-Shock GA100CB-1A: A Statement in Resilience and Elegance
Distinctly Bold Design
Drifting away from the ordinary, the G-Shock GA100CB-1A showcases an audacious design that complements those who tread both the boardroom’s mahogany and the rugged terrains of adventure. The black and blue camo face is not just an aesthetic touch it’s a visual cue that this watch plays by its own rules.
Unyielding Precision of Craftsmanship
At the heart of the GA100CB-1A lies its calibre, functioning as the watch’s indefatigable heartbeat. It’s not just about telling time; it’s about asserting dominance over it. With features such as world time, stopwatches, and alarms, you have more than a watch you have a companion ready for the world’s pace, no matter how frenetic.
A Case of Resilience
With a case size diameter firmly standing at an assertive yet wearable scale, this G-Shock isn’t trying to be the biggest presence in the room it simply is. Encased in shock-resistant material, it dares the elements to try their worst, standing tall amidst challenges, just as its wearers tend to do.
Not Just Waterproof, But G-Shock Proof
While some watches fear water, the GA100CB-1A casually sips it. Rated to withstand depths of up to 200 meters, it doesn’t merely swim it might as well be teaching the fish a thing or two about style.
Nicknames? Of Course!
While officially named the GA100CB-1A, it wouldn’t be a true legend without a moniker or two whispered among enthusiasts. Some have fondly dubbed it ‘The Phantom Camo,’ while others simply know it as ‘That Watch.’ The name might change, but the respect never does.
A Timepiece Waiting For Its Wrist
We believe in the GA100CB-1A, not because it’s just another watch in a long lineage, but because it, like a vintage wine or an unforgettable melody, stands distinct and memorable. So why resist? Let your wrist be the canvas for this masterpiece of timekeeping.
- UPC: 889232108063
- case color: Black
- case material: Resin
- case shape: Round
- color: Blue
- gender: Men
- movement: Analog-Digital
- case size (width): 51.2mm
- strap material: Resin
- strap color: Black
- 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.