Casio G-SHOCK has announced an all-white limited-edition DW5600 watch sporting the NASA logo and an engraving of the moon on the case back.
In honor of the past decades of space exploration and discoveries, Casio G-SHOCK is paying homage to NASA with a brand new limited-edition DW5600 watch – the DW5600NASA20-7CR.
The watch comes in all-white, and is stamped with a bright red NASA logo on the front, an engraving of the Moon on the case back, the American flag printed on the band loop, and “National Aeronautics and Space Administration” printed in black on the lower band.
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The limited-edition watch comes in custom-themed packaging that features a view of the earth from space, and “a tin that is reminiscent of the space vehicles that take us there.”
It also features the iconic G-SHOCK square case shape and functions like Flash Alert and “one-of-a-kind EL backlight that displays an image of the Moon within the digital display when lit.”
The DW5600NASA20-7CR model is Shock Resistant and boasts a 200-meter Water Resistance, a 1/100 Second Stopwatch, Multi-Function Alarm, Countdown Timer, and 12/24 Hr. Formats.
It is available for purchase at select G-SHOCK retailers, the G-SHOCK Soho Store in New York City, and gshock.com, for $130.
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