The latest off of the G-Shock wave ... "The Hundreds" Limited Edition

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The latest off of the G-Shock wave ... "The Hundreds" Limited Edition

Post by andrema on Fri 09 Mar 2012, 8:06 pm

G-Shock x The Hundreds GWM5610TH-1 Watch

The latest of the G-Shock limited edition watches. I picked one up today...not bad

Some info from the interwebs:

“On our second collaboration with Casio G-Shock, we wanted to involve the specific theme of travel and worldwide purpose. Since our last project, The Hundreds has continued to proliferate internationally and we were looking for a watch that could hold us down as we jet set around the globe. The Hundreds’ GWM5610TH-1 features world time for 48 cities, contained in a sleek, shock resistant, multi-purpose timepiece. We are very excited to have collaborated with Casio G-Shock on a piece that makes sense for all parties involved, “ said Bobby Hundreds.

The Hundreds’ motto is ‘Drawing Lines,’ and what better to convey that message than the sharp contrast between black and white? The GWM5610TH-1, features: shock resistance, 200M water resistance, Multi-band 6 atomic timekeeping, tough solar power, full auto EL backlight, world time (29 time zones/48 cities + UTC), 4 daily alarms and 1 snooze, 1/100th second stopwatch, countdown timer, and 12/24 hour formats. “After the success of our first collaboration with designers The Hundreds, G-Shock is pleased to partner with the brand again,” said Shigenori Itoh, Chairman and CEO of Casio America. “We share the same interest and lifestyle and we want to continue this type of ongoing relationship with like-minded brands such as The Hundreds.”

About The Hundreds:

The Hundreds is the world’s first social merchandising company. Now in its 9th year, the global brand is a lifestyle project that houses both a clothing line, footwear line, online-magazine, print magazine, and its own retail store. Co-founded by Ben and Bobby Hundreds in 2003, The Hundreds incorporates a trademark attitude and personal perspective on street subculture, with an emphasis on people over product. For more information, visit
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