Baby g for girls: Support | Casio – Baby-G

Support | Casio – Baby-G

What is the range for receiving the time calibration signal?

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Why is the time as set by the time calibration signal slightly different from the time indicated by the time signal on the TV, radio, etc.?

After the watch receives the time calibration signal, it performs various calculations to determine the current time. These calculations can cause the time setting to be off by up to one second.

Why is the time as set by the time calibration signal one hour off?

This is because the watch is not making allowances for Daylight Saving Time (summertime). Change the watch’s DST setting* to “Auto DST”, and it will adjust the hour setting automatically. Note that you should turn off the DST setting if you are in an area where Daylight Saving Time (summer time) is not used.

* For models that do not have the “Auto DST” setting: DST setting can only be  turned on/off manually.

Why is the time as set by the time calibration signal wrong?

Your Home City code setting is probably incorrect for your current location. Change your Home City code so it matches the time zone where you are currently located.

How is the accuracy of this watch?

Excellent. Since the watch automatically adjusts its time setting in accordance with a time calibration signal, you are always ensured of very accurate timekeeping.

Is there anything I can do to improve time calibration signal reception?

The following are guidelines for signal reception.

  • Position the watch as shown in the following illustration, with its 12 o’clock side facing towards a window. Make sure there are no metal objects nearby.
  • Proper signal reception can be difficult or even impossible under the conditions listed below.
    • Inside or among buildings
    • Inside a vehicle
    • Near household appliances or office equipment, or a mobile phone
    • Near a construction site, airport, or other sources of electrical noise
    • Near hightension power lines
    • Among or behind mountains
  • Signal reception is normally better at night than during the day.
  • Time calibration signal reception takes from two to five minutes, but in some cases it can take as long as 12 minutes. Take care that you do not perform any button operations or move the watch during this time.

Degree of Water Resistance of CASIO Quartz Watches

Please familiarize yourself with CASIO’s case designations, so you can recommend the watch most suitable to a customer’s needs

*Only watches marked with the words “DIVER’S WATCH 200M” can be worn while scuba diving (with air tanks).

**Even if a watch is water-resistant, do not operate its buttons or crown while it is submersed in water or wet. However, “DIVER’S WATCH 200M”casing models permit underwater button operation.

***After submersion in seawater, use plain water to rinse all salt and dirt from the watch.

****Even if a watch is water-resistant, avoid wearing it in the bath or in areas where detergents (soap, shampoo, etc.) are being used. Such conditions can reduce water resistance.

Best G-Shock Watches For Women in 2021

Casio G-Shock recently celebrated its 35th anniversary, a giant milestone for the watch that is considered by some to be the toughest in the world. Designed to be practically unbreakable, the G-Shock name is now proudly associated with rough and tumble professions such as firefighters, paramedics, and even Navy SEALS.

The G-Shock line has traditionally been a “male” watch, with its black rubber frame and bulky body.  However, Casio has since made specific G-Shocks are for everybody including youthful watch models for teens and feminine models such as the Baby G or the G-shock S-Series. These watches have smaller case sizes and a more feminine style. 

Below we’ll look at some of the G-shock watches that are specifically designed for women. These watches are built with appropriately sized watch faces and bands and some come in more feminine-looking color combinations compared to many of the more masculine all-black military G-shock watch models that the brand is known for.

Quick Picks

Best G-Shock Watches for Women

When you visit the official G-Shock website, one of the first images you see is American singer/songwriter Bebe Rexha sporting an all-white G-Shock. It sends a clear message that G-Shock considers itself a watch for all people and that it’s serious about staking ground as a fashionable but nonetheless strong timepiece for women of all types and fashion preferences.

G-Shock currently has three different series specifically geared towards women: S-Series, G-MS, and BABY-G. These three series all have the classic G-Shock strength, but with unique stylistic and technological features that set them apart. Read more here about the differences between G-Shock and Baby G watches.

G-shock Women’s S Series (GMAS130-7A)

Ladies’ Casio G-Shock S-Series (Image: Amazon.com)

In the G-Shock S-Series, there are 28 different, sporty watches. They come in a variety of solid colors, including purple, orange, teal, gray, and white. Most of the watches in this series have a mixed analog/digital display that includes the day of the week. These watches are shock-resistant and water-resistant up to 200 meters and were designed with active women in mind.

The various watches in the series boast a few different features, let’s take a quick look at a couple of them.

The white GMAS130-7A (check the current price on Amazon) weighs only eight ounces and has a case diameter of 40 millimeters.

In addition to all the standard G-Shock features, this watch includes a daily step counter with the ability to set your own step goals. It’s equal parts fashion and fitness accessory.

G-shock Women’s

GMAS120MF-4A

Women’s G Shock Stainless Steel Quartz

The dual-screen digital display on the peach GMAS120MF-4A isn’t the only thing that sets it apart in the S-Series.

This watch is equipped with a world-time feature, as well as a stopwatch and countdown timer.

Again, the keyword for this series of watches is “sporty” and they very much fit into an active lifestyle.

G-Shock G-MS Series

Casio G-Shock BGA-220-7A

If you’re looking for something a little sleeker and more fashion-forward, then you’ll want to check out one of the four watches in the G-MS series. Once again, these watches mix analog and digital displays, but they come in a mix of either gold or silver cases and the faces are generally less busy than the S-Series. They are also a little bit more expensive, retailing at about $170 on the Casio site.

The silver and white MSG200-7A is stainless steel, solar-powered with an LED light, and only 38.4 millimeters in diameter. It includes a full calendar, stopwatch, countdown timer, and a 31-timezone world clock. All of those features will seem secondary to the pure elegance of its style. This is truly one of the most fashionable watches in the entire G-Shock family, for men or women.

The G-Shock BABY-G

Casio Women’s BA-110 (Image: Amazon.com)

If the BABY-G series seems like a bit of a throwback in style and branding, that’s because it has been around since 1994. Originally created to be a self-consciously “girly” take on the G-Shock watch, it is still resistant to water and shocks, but with a mix of playful looks and pop culture collaborations aimed at a young female audience.

These days, the BABY-G watch comes in 87 different styles:—> Click here to shop all Baby-G models on Amazon.

The series includes the common dual analog/digital display and even the throwback full digital display of the original DW-5000C. Most of these watches are brightly colored and have been designed to look good as a casual, beachwear timepiece or as a runner’s accessory.

Lest you get the impression that all BABY-G watches are brightly colored, toy watches, though, check out the black and gold BA110-1.

This is an attention-grabbing, mature timepiece with classic G-Shock features, including the LED light, world time clock, stopwatch, and water resistance up to 100 meters.

If you are looking for something a bit more playful, the BABY-G series is known for some of their branded watches, as their collaboration with Hello Kitty.

It seamlessly blends the colorful and fun Hello Kitty character with the toughness on which G-Shock has built its reputation.

 

G-Shock Hello Kitty (See on Amazon)

 

 

A women’s watch for everyone

If I’m being totally honest, I’m always hesitant to label anything a women’s or a men’s watch. Anybody should wear whatever they want if it fits their style and needs. For that matter, while these G-Shock series are all specifically marketed as women’s watches, their style, and functionalities for everyone. While there are some higher-priced G-shock models, many of them sell for under a hundred, which is why some of these watches made our list of best picks for women under $100.

If you are looking specifically for a watch geared towards women that can sustain an active, full-contact lifestyle, then the G-Shock line is meant for you.

What is a G-Shock watch?

Women’s Pink Casio G-Shock Watch

The first G-Shock was released all the way back in 1983. Ronald Reagan was president and the nation was collectively wondering what Willis was talking about. Meanwhile, a Japanese electronics manufacturer, Casio, was perfecting a watch that could survive a 10-meter drop, withstand water pressure at 100 meters (10 atmospheres of pressure), and last 10 years on a single battery.

The DW-5000C was the first G-Shock produced and it was an immediate sensation.

This digital, Japanese quartz timepiece was specially designed so that the internal quartz mechanism floated in the middle to better absorb contact.

It didn’t take long for the G-Shock to become one of the 1980s most iconic watches. The DW-5000C is still highly sought after today and can go for as much as $500 online.

Since the original was released, the G-Shock line has expanded dramatically and includes both analog and digital watches. The shock resistance core remains the trademark of the line, though, even as they have expanded their features to compete in the 21st century.

Whatever Happened to Baby-G Watches?

Tamagotchis, overalls, Full House, Limited Too, the Clintons — welcome to 2015, otherwise known as the ’90s. Everything from our childhood is new again, even the things that had seemingly fallen into total obscurity. That includes none other than the Baby-G watch, which turns 21 this year (!).

Yes, the plastic watches are back, after slipping from our wrists about a decade ago. To celebrate the big two-one, Baby-G UK has teamed with London-based creative agency Anti-Agency to launch an online ‘zine (another nod to the ’90s) dubbed Pretty Tough, which showcases what Baby-G means to this new customer — who, if Baby-G has its way, is the same customer from a decade ago, just all grown up.

Today, Baby-G’s big selling point is nostalgia, something the company is totally aware of. As “a brand that is rooted in ’90s nostalgia but with fresh bold styles,” Baby-G’s campaign manager Hannah Rowe told HungerTV, Baby-G is aiming to harness the women who wore the watches as tweens. She added:

“It is a really exciting time for Baby-G, we have started to see a strong resurgence of the brand among leading edge girls and this campaign is all about championing what these girls are all about, whilst seamlessly mirroring the brand’s ‘Pretty Tough’ ethos.”

Will today’s 20-somethings buy it? Turns out, they already are. Slowly but surely, Baby-G watches have crept back from their formerly cool status to be just vintage enough to feel right.

The crazy thing: Baby-G watches didn’t actually really go anywhere. Introduced by Casio in 1994, Baby-G watches peaked around the late ’90s. In 1998, when Bloomberg BusinessWeek covered the watch phenomenon, over 19 million G-Shock watches had been sold (including Baby-Gs) and parent company Casio had just recorded $3. 7 billion in sales. And for American middle schoolers? They were all the rage.

“I felt like a baller when I first got mine — translucent purple. It was epic,” Marie, 25, of New York City, told Mic

“Obviously, I had one… it made me feel so cool. All the cool kids had one,” reminisced Emily, 25, another NYC-dwelling child of the ’90s.

That cool factor faded somewhat during the early aughts, but Casio kept plugging away with the chunky digital watches — and so did diehard shoppers. The company kept introducing new styles every year, and fan sites like My G-Shock and G-Central popped up to keep new and old customers apprised of G-Shock news. The watches continued to find buyers online and popularity in places like Singapore and South Korea.

They’ve been slowly creeping their way back, subtly but surely, ever since. In 2009, to celebrate the brand’s 25th anniversary, Casio threw an epic party with stars like Kanye West sporting the newest G-Shock watches. In 2010, they popped up in Rihanna’s “Rude Boy” music video. In 2011, Kesha quietly collaborated with the Baby-G brand (it helped that her hit at the time was “TiK ToK”). 

A model sports a Baby-G at the Sibling Fall/Winter 2015 show during London Fashion Week on Feb. 21, 2015.Getty Images

Now, they’re showing up on the wrists of characters like Tamra from The Mindy Project and the girls of Pitch Perfect 2, thanks to costume designer and longtime Baby-G lover Salvador Perez. This past February at London Fashion Week, models strutted down Sibling’s catwalk wearing Fair Isle-printed Baby-G’s in the label’s signature pink. 

Most recently, the G-Shock brand partnered with the footwear label Supra for a limited edition line of G-Shock watches and Supra sneakers set to launch this month. 

All of that pique your interest? It should come as no shock that Casio is still releasing new Baby-G’s, including four styles just this month. But does the watch still hold the same place in our trend-seeking hearts as it did back in 1998?

It was more than a watch then — and it’s more than a watch now.  Yes, it kept track of time in multiple time zones and kept ticking even after a spill in the pool. But with a plethora of colors, shapes and bands to choose from, Baby-Gs gave some girls in the ’90s their first taste of what it felt like to express their style on their own terms.

These days, sporting that bright Baby-G expresses a different kind of style — a nostalgic one, one that likes a good throwback. (Dare we say normcore?) For those of us who can’t resist a little ’90s vintage touch, it’s time to dig through that old junk drawer and see if your beloved Baby-G is still blinking.

Now, about that Spice Girls reunion tour…

Baby-G Girl’s Generation Limited Edition Watch BGA230GGB-7B

Girls’ Generation Limited Models
Introducing a collection of new simple, functional, unisex BGA-230 Series limited edition models honoring Girls’ Generation, the Korean K-POP group of girls who also serve as BABY-G ambassadors.
The faces of both the white and the black versions are circled by a pink gold metallic ring that adds plenty of elegance to these casual designs. The back cover of each model shows the signature of four of the Girls’ Generation members: TIFFANY, TAEYEON, SEOHYUN, and SUNNY for the black model (BGA-230GGA-1B), and YOONA, SOOYOUNG, YURI, and HYOYEON for the whited model (BGA-230GGB-7B).
Both models come with an original easel, and original packaging features calligraphy designed by noted movie director and designer ZONGBAIK.
Large, three-dimensional hour numbers improve readability, and Dual Dial World Time shows the current time in another time zone using a small dial at 9 o’clock. This and much more provides plenty of support for the world-traveling woman on the go.
Coordinating equally well with cool and casual, these designs are great choices for woman who prefer a mannish look.

Girls’ Generation
(SEOHYUN, HYOYEON, TIFFANY, YOONA, TAEYEON, SUNNY, YURI, SOOYOUNG)

K-Pop group
These top artists of the K-Pop revolution kicked off a world tour in 2010 that won them a massive fan following around the world, beginning with Japan. Identifying as a group with Tough & Cool BABY-G, they signed on as BABY-G Ambassadors in 2012. The sixth collaboration models they’ve created with the brand so far have enjoyed enthusiastic receptions.

 

 

  • Mineral Glass
  • 100-meter water resistance
  • Case / bezel material: Resin
  • Resin Band
  • Neobrite
  • Shock Resistant
  • LED light, Selectable illumination duration (1.5 seconds or 3 seconds), afterglow
  • World time, 31 time zones (48 cities + coordinated universal time), daylight saving on/off, Home city/World time city swapping
  • 1-second stopwatch, Measuring capacity: 59’59, Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
  • Countdown timer, Measuring unit: 1 second, Countdown range: 60 minutes, Countdown start time setting range: 1 to 60 minutes (1-minute increments)
  • Daily alarm
  • Hourly time signal, Hand shift feature (Hands move out of the way to provide an unobstructed view of digital display contents. )
  • Full auto-calendar (to year 2099)
  • 12/24-hour format
  • Button operation tone on/off
  • Regular timekeeping, Analog: 2 hands (hour, minute (hand moves every 20 seconds)), 1 dial (world time hour and minute), Digital: Hour, minute, second, pm, month, date, day
  • Accuracy: ±30 seconds per month
  • Approx. battery life: 2 years on SR726W × 2
  • Size of case : 48.9×42.9×15.3mm
  • Total weight : 46g

Casio Baby-G Girl’s Generation Limited Edition Models White Resin Watch BGA230GGB-7B

$339.00

$191.90

Girls’ Generation Limited Models
Introducing a collection of new simple, functional, unisex BGA-230 Series limited edition models honoring Girls’ Generation, the Korean K-POP group of girls who also serve as BABY-G ambassadors.
The faces of both the white and the black versions are circled by a pink gold metallic ring that adds plenty of elegance to these casual designs. The back cover of each model shows the signature of four of the Girls’ Generation members: TIFFANY, TAEYEON, SEOHYUN, and SUNNY for the black model (BGA-230GGA-1B), and YOONA, SOOYOUNG, YURI, and HYOYEON for the whited model (BGA-230GGB-7B).
Both models come with an original easel, and original packaging features calligraphy designed by noted movie director and designer ZONGBAIK.
Large, three-dimensional hour numbers improve readability, and Dual Dial World Time shows the current time in another time zone using a small dial at 9 o’clock. This and much more provides plenty of support for the world-traveling woman on the go.
Coordinating equally well with cool and casual, these designs are great choices for woman who prefer a mannish look.

Girls’ Generation
(SEOHYUN, HYOYEON, TIFFANY, YOONA, TAEYEON, SUNNY, YURI, SOOYOUNG)

K-Pop group
These top artists of the K-Pop revolution kicked off a world tour in 2010 that won them a massive fan following around the world, beginning with Japan. Identifying as a group with Tough & Cool BABY-G, they signed on as BABY-G Ambassadors in 2012. The sixth collaboration models they’ve created with the brand so far have enjoyed enthusiastic receptions.

 

 

  • Mineral Glass
  • 100-meter water resistance
  • Case / bezel material: Resin
  • Resin Band
  • Neobrite
  • Shock Resistant
  • LED light, Selectable illumination duration (1.5 seconds or 3 seconds), afterglow
  • World time, 31 time zones (48 cities + coordinated universal time), daylight saving on/off, Home city/World time city swapping
  • 1-second stopwatch, Measuring capacity: 59’59, Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
  • Countdown timer, Measuring unit: 1 second, Countdown range: 60 minutes, Countdown start time setting range: 1 to 60 minutes (1-minute increments)
  • Daily alarm
  • Hourly time signal, Hand shift feature (Hands move out of the way to provide an unobstructed view of digital display contents. )
  • Full auto-calendar (to year 2099)
  • 12/24-hour format
  • Button operation tone on/off
  • Regular timekeeping, Analog: 2 hands (hour, minute (hand moves every 20 seconds)), 1 dial (world time hour and minute), Digital: Hour, minute, second, pm, month, date, day
  • Accuracy: ±30 seconds per month
  • Approx. battery life: 2 years on SR726W × 2
  • Size of case : 48.9×42.9×15.3mm
  • Total weight : 46g

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Casio Baby-G Watch (Casio Baby

CASIO Baby-G is a women’s look at the G-Shock series. The watch has the same shock resistance properties and similar basic functions, but much smaller size. Bright style, variety of different shapes and dials will definitely attract the attention of the fair sex.

Casio Baby-G watches are ideal for women and girls of all ages. For skydiving, surfing and other sports, this watch is suitable for any sport.

If you love diving or snowboarding, then you absolutely don’t need to worry about something happening to your watch. Modern Baby-G models perform well even in very low temperature extremes. Hopefully, no one will ever need this watch feature, but it’s nice to own a watch with this feature anyway.

This series, like the G-Shock series, has been subjected to extreme tests to ensure that this watch can withstand well in any situation and will not let its owner down.

The Baby-G design has its own peculiarities – the module inside the watch seems to float around the inside of the structure. This patented technology helps protect the fragile parts in the module and helps make the watch extremely resistant to shock.

Baby-G is a collection of women’s sports watches from Casio. This model will be an excellent purchase for girls and women of all ages. This product is specially designed for those who go in for sports and active activities, as they have excellent resistance to external influences and protection against water ingress.

Before the Casio Baby-G watch was put up for sale, it was subjected to all kinds of extreme tests. After tests, it turned out that they are in no way inferior to the G-Shock men’s collection. Therefore, the future owner of these watches can use them both in extremely low or high temperatures, and in the depths of the sea, and at high speed.

Model description

For the first time, the developers presented the Casio Baby-G to the public in 1994. , and not long after that, they became very popular among children, teenagers, bright girls and confident women. Watches of this series will become an indispensable item for those who like active rest, as well as for everyday wear and walks. In this model, the designers embodied:

1) Original appearance;

2) An original color scheme;

3) Ease and comfort in use;

4) Variety of functionality.

How to set time and date correctly in Casio Baby-G?

First, you need to familiarize yourself with the buttons located on the side of the watch. The upper button on the left side performs the setting, and the lower button on the same side is responsible for the “mode”. And with the buttons on the right, you can change the numbers up and down.

To make sure that you are on the main temporary screen, or if you need to switch from one mode to another, press the lower left button.

From the home screen, press the key at the top left of the clock, then a beep sounds and numbers start flashing. This must be done in order to establish or change a city near the time zone.

You can set the seconds, minutes and hours by pressing the upper and lower buttons on the right side. After each setting the exact time, you need to press the “mode”. The required day, month and year are set in the same way.

The last step is to set the 12- or 24-hour format using the lower or upper right buttons.

This watch will become for you not only an excellent assistant in achieving high sports results, but also a stylish accessory.

90,000 Collaboration: G-SHOCK brand collaborations

V
first launched in 1983, Casio’s G-Shock line has become a unique cultural phenomenon. Watches from this line can be found in skate parks, on the mountain slopes or on the wrist of active residents of megacities. We tell you about interesting models.

Shock-resistant construction, water resistance and daring looks, combined with a set of essential features, have made G-Shock legendary. G-Shock regularly collaborates with various brands, among which there are not only large, but also so far little-known, but no less important names from this.

G-Shock and Burton Snowboards have teamed up to create a new ‘Mudmaster’ watch. Thanks to the Carbon Core Guard technology, watches from this line have increased shock and vibration resistance, as well as protection not only from water, but also from dust and dirt.
An informative combination dial with Burton and Casio logos is framed by a three-layer carbon bezel, and large non-slip buttons allow you to operate the watch in almost any conditions, including wearing gloves. The back of the watch and the strap retainer can be found engraved with the Burton Snowboards logo, and the bracelet and box are covered with a unique camouflage pattern, in the development of which extreme photographer Dean Blotto Gray took part – his work with the snow-covered landscapes of British Columbia served as the main reference …

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By creating this watch, brands have tried to add all the necessary functionality for snowboarders. Here, in addition to the classic G-Shock functions in the form of alarms or running functions, a quad sensor module is built in, which includes a compass, barometer, thermometer and accelerometer, as well as a Bluetooth module, which makes it possible to synchronize the watch with the G-Shock Connected App …
All of this makes the G-Shock and Burton GG-B100 ideal not only for snowboarders, but for all people who face extreme environmental stress.

Baby-G x Pokémon

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Baby-G, as a sub-brand of Casio, focused mainly on girls and children, appeared in 1994. Since its inception, the Baby-G brand has produced smaller, more feminine watches than the mainstream G-Shock line. Recently, Casio pleases with collaborations released exclusively under this brand.

The BA-110 watch design is filled with many details that refer to Pokémon, or rather to one particular Pokémon – so beloved by many Pikachu.This is a stylized camouflage pattern, and arrows that resemble his ears, and a print with a reference to Pokédex – a special device containing information about various types of Pokémon (in which Pikachu is assigned the number 025), as well as engraving on the back. The watch comes in a packaging that mimics the Pokéball, the trap in which the Pokémon were trapped in the original anime.

The second BGD-560 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Baby-G line is a reimagining of the 5600, which in turn is an enhanced version of the very first G-Shock watch, the 5000.Here, as in the case of the BA-110, you can find a reference to Pikachu – “0:25” on the strap lock.

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8-bit graphics on the strap and dial inspired by the original 1996 Pokémon for the Game Boy handheld game console. This model also comes in a Pokéball styled box.

Both models have a standard set of functions: alarm, chronograph, calendar, world time and so on. Each of them is housed in a shock-resistant case and has moisture-proof properties.

G-Shock’s collaboration with South Korean brand Mischief, which actively promotes local culture and constantly interacts with local brands and artists, is called “Deadly combination”. This immediately makes it clear what awaits us inside the branded box.

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Since its founding, Mischief has been inspired by the 90s, and this can be seen in collaboration with G-Shock – the model has a translucent shock-resistant case that looks like it was pretty vilified in the scorching sun.The Mischief logo can be found on the dial, translucent strap and the back of the watch.

Collaboration between G-Shock and Los Angeles-based streetwear label The Hundreds, inspired by hip-hop, punk, surf and skate cultures. The watch was released for the 35th anniversary of the G-Shock and the 15th anniversary of The Hundreds, and was first presented at the ComplexCon festival in Los Angeles.

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The minimalist monochromatic strap and case design is complemented by a striking dial painted in The Hundreds’ signature vibrant colors with stylized function key signatures.On the black matte strap, in addition to the The Hundreds logo, the slogan of the brand “Blood, Sweat & Years” is also written, which is also duplicated on the watch box.

The release of this watch is also timed to coincide with the 35th anniversary of G-Shock. It was based on the classic 5600 model, and its exterior is inspired by the legendary model of the cap called 59Fifty from New Era, which every one of us has seen at least once in our life.

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The color scheme of the dial is copied from the sticker that is glued to the caps from the New York brand and on the 59Fifty model in particular – this is a win-win combination of black and gold.The New Era logo is engraved on the case back and also duplicated at the top of the dial. The watch packaging deserves special attention. They come in a special case with a zipper, styled as a New Era cap.

Trajectory has a wide range of G-Shock watches, which can be viewed here. More products on the topic are available in the catalog in the section: Watches.

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