Beyond mere timekeeping: A symphony of precision engineering in a bold, matte finish.
About The Product
The Art of Precision: G-Shock GA700UC-8A
Who said durability couldn’t drape itself in elegance? Enter the G-Shock GA700UC-8A. Hailing from the legacy of Casio’s G-Shock collection, this piece isn’t just a watch it’s a testament to precision engineering. With a matte gunmetal hue that whispers allure, it’s reminiscent of a steel skyscraper touching the evening horizon.
Calibre That Commands Respect
What fuels this stately timepiece? A movement, or as those well-versed might cheekily say, a heartbeat. Beyond mere seconds and minutes, it’s a rhythm that’s been perfected over time, translating raw energy into graceful temporal choreography.
Size That Speaks Volumes
Contrary to common parlance, size does tell a tale. The case size diameter of this piece is designed with deliberation not just to occupy space on your wrist but to make a statement without uttering a word. Its robust size does more than just make it visible it makes it memorable.
Functionality is the New Black
Fashion, meet function. With water resistance that can handle more than just a splash, this watch isn’t just content being the belle of the ball it’s equally at home navigating your adventures. Let’s be clear; it’s not a diva; it’s a dynamo.
Nicknames & Nuances
Ever heard of The Urban Challenger? That’s a moniker the GA700UC-8A often goes by in certain circles. But nicknames aside, what’s truly captivating is its depth of character a blend of resilience and refinement that’s seldom seen.
Wear Your Statement
Isn’t it time your wrist sported an emblem that mirrors your individuality? Let the G-Shock GA700UC-8A be that emblem. No longer just an instrument of time, it’s an expression of distinction. So, the next move? Make it yours.
- UPC: 889232162126
- case color: Black
- case material: Resin
- case shape: Round
- color: Black
- gender: Men
- movement: Analog-Digital
- case size (width): 53.4mm
- 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.