Casio G-Shock Gamer’s RGB Collection

Casio America has recently announced the release of its new Gamer’s RGB collection, consisting of four G-SHOCK watches that draw inspiration from digital-age culture. These updated and fresh designs are built for function and feature glossy black bezels and bands with distinct face displays that recall the illumination of gaming devices.

Two of the watches, the DW6900RGB-1 and GA100RGB-1A, feature rainbow vapor deposition on the dial face, providing a cyber-inspired coloration that resembles the glow of a gaming PC. On the other hand, the GA2100RGB-1A and GA700RGB-1A have multicolored highlights on matte black bases, featuring fluorescent red, blue, and yellow accents, giving off a cool gaming-device vibe.

These watches are perfect for those who enjoy gaming, whether it’s at home, at an arcade, or with friends. They are designed to complement your gaming device while keeping you on time for your next adventure, both on-screen and in real life.

The new timepieces are equipped with G-SHOCK technology, including shock resistance, 200M water resistance, 1/100s stopwatch (24 Hr), countdown timer, full auto calendar, multi-function alarms, and date/month display swapping.

The G-SHOCK DW6900RGB-1, GA100RGB-1A, GA2100RGB-1A, and GA700RGB-1A are available now for $120, $130, $110, and $110, respectively, at select retailers, So if you want to tap into the virtual world with a sleek design that compliments your gaming device, these watches are definitely worth checking out.

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Casio G-Shock DW6900RGB-1 – $120

Casio G-Shock GA100RGB-1A – $130

Casio G-Shock GA2100RGB-1A – $110

Casio G-Shock GA700RGB-1A – $110



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