G-Shock watches are usually far from exciting, but I’m happy to announce their Go Green Project watches. Each watch is crafted of 100% recycled paper packaging, advanced solar technology and sporting Earth Day colors. The three models, the G5600GR-7, G6900GR-3 and G2300GR-3 will commemorate Earth Day’s 40th Anniversary and will be available this February for $110 each.
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Evocative of the very first G-Shock (DW5000C), the G5600GR-7 borrows its handsome square face. Truly building on a classic, the Go Green Project 5600 crisp white body is accented in forest green with a patent finish while maintaining the uncompromised G-Shock features of Shock Resistance, 200M Water Resistance and Full Auto EL green tinted Backlight.
Encased in eye-catching chartreuse with forest green contrast details (a new color shade in the G-Shock family) the G6900GR-3 reinvents the classic G-Shock DW6900. Beneath its sleek finish and irreverent color reside G-Shock’s superior water and shock resistance, 48 City World Time and 1/100 Sec Chronograph.
An evergreen twist on a classic G-Shock, The G2300GR-3 features unparalleled shock and 200M water resistance, 48 City World Time and Daily alarm with snooze.
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