Precision meets poise: the wrist’s response to a ballet dancer’s unwavering grace and timeless flair.
About The Product
The Timekeeper’s Canvas: Casio GMAS140-4A
Decoding Elegance, One Tick at a Time
With an abundance of choices in today’s horological arena, the Casio GMAS140-4A emerges not with pomp and pageantry, but with subtlety and grace. Much like that mysterious guest at a soirée who doesn’t need to shout to be noticed, this timepiece whispers its sophistication.
The Case for Superiority
Rest assured, your wrist won’t be weighed down with mediocrity. The case size diameter, poised at a harmonious dimension, ensures a presence that’s undeniable yet never ostentatious. It’s the equivalent of a bespoke suit tailored not just for fit, but for character.
For the aficionados who prize precision, the calibre (or if you prefer, movement) of the GMAS140-4A is akin to the heartbeat of a ballet dancer methodical, relentless, yet full of grace. It’s not just about keeping time, but about encapsulating moments.
Uncommon Valor in Common Places
Nicknamed by some as the “Unassumed Maestro,” this watch doesn’t demand attention it simply draws it. Whether you’re navigating the urban jungle, or simply sipping espresso at a sunlit café, the GMAS140-4A ensures that the world sees not just the time on your wrist, but the taste behind your choices.
Answering the Call of Excellence
Let’s eschew the predictable. We invite you, not because it’s expected, but because you understand worth. Dare to be different. Embrace the subtlety. Elevate your wrist game. Discover the GMAS140-4A today.
- UPC: 889232241425
- case color: Black
- case material: Resin
- case shape: Round
- color: Black
- gender: Men
- movement: Analog-Digital
- case size (width): 45.9mm
- strap material: Resin
- strap color: Pink
- water resistance: 200m / 20atm (bar)
Casio was founded in 1946 by Akio Morita, the son of Sony’s founder Masaru Ibuka. Casio made the first all-electric digital calculator, which was a technological breakthrough at the time. It also innovated with digital cameras as early as the 1980s, and developed affordable electronic keyboards for musicians. Today, Casio is also a global leader in the manufacture of affordable digital watches.