The five newest additions to the rugged Casio G-Shock family forgo flashy modern displays to channel tech looks from the 1990s.
The GA-140 series boasts a deep-set dial with the type of analog-digital screens found on the boomboxes we once used to blast Pearl Jam and Nirvana.
Easy-to-read, arrow-shaped hands and an analog speed indicator sub-dial at the 3 o'clock position are also featured prominently on the face.
The black-and-red, blue, red-and-gray, and purple watches all have positive LCD displays, while the blacks are negative to match its darker colorway.
All models are packed with standard G-Shock tech, including:
- Shock Resistance
- 200M Water Resistance
- Magnetic Resistance
- Auto LED Light
- World Time (29TZ, 48 cities + UTC)
- 4 Daily Alarms & 1 Snooze Alarm
- 1/1000 Sec. Stopwatch (100Hr)
- Speed Indicator (Max1998unit / H)
- Countdown Timer (24Hr)
- 12/24 Hr Time Formats
Priced at $99, G-Shock's GA-140 series goes on sale this August.