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In4mation x G-Shock GLX-6900X-2DR

Dopo un primo sguardo il mese scorso, escono ora immagini ed informazioni dettagliate sull’ennesima collaborazione tra G-Shock e In4mation, parte della nuova collezione Spring/Summer 2010 di Casio, appena svelata dalla divisione americana del brand.

Il modello scelto per questa quarta limited edition è un GLX-6900, nuovo variante basata sul classico DW 6900. Oltre alle classiche caratteristiche tecniche, l’orologio presenta un’originale combinazione di colori ispirata alle radici hawaiiane di In4mation e il logo del retail-brand sul quadrante e sul cinturino. Sarà presto disponibile tra selezionati rivenditori G-Shock worldwide e alcuni pezzi sono già online su gshock.com.

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G-Shock and In4mation team up for a fourth installment collaboration watch. After three highly sought after collectibles, G-Shock and the Hawaiian-based boardsport brand have fused the latest G-Shock toughness and technology with the In4mation alternative design concept in the GLX6900X-2.

Irreverently clad in sleek gray with yellow and red accents, the GLX6900X-2 remains rooted in In4mation’s surf heritage. Harmonizing with the surfer lifestyle, the G-Shock In4mation chronograph features 200M water resistance, low temperature resistance, tide graph and moon data graph for the ultimate in tracking high and low tides. Even the EL Backlight reflects In4mation’s legacy with a red shaka sign, the definitive symbol of aloha and Hawaiian culture.

This sleek limited edition digital watch features the In4mation logo on the band and custom engraved on the case back. Complete with the high gloss finish, the G-Shock x In4mation watch also features Full Auto EL Backlight with afterglow, Flash Alert, Flashes with buzzer, 48-City World Time, 4 Multi-Function Alarms and 1 Snooze, Countdown Timer, 1/100th Sec Stopwatch and 12/24Hr. Formats. Available for $110 at Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Macys, Fashion boutiques and www.gshock.com.

Source:  Hypebeast / MyGShock