Classic

DW-5900-1ER

Three Eye
£99.90
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Even more surprising than the DW-5700 revival from earlier this year, G-shock continues the “Returning To The Origin” theme of the 35th Anniversary by bringing back the G-Shock DW-5900 series. The DW-5900 was originally launched in 1992 and is also known as the “Three-Eye” and the “Walter” (as John Goodman’s character wore it in “The Big Lebowski”). It was the first G-Shock with the three-eye LCD design that would make its way onto the iconic and long-running DW-6900. These watches are the first DW-5900 models to be released since 1993.

Tech Specifications
Feature Description
Water Resistant 200 Metres Water Resistant
Accuracy +/- 15 seconds per month
Alarm Function 5 Daily Alarms: Each will sound every day at the time you set, Hourly time signal: The watch beeps every hour on the hour, Snooze function
Auto Calendar Once set, the automatic calendar always displays the correct date
Band Material Resin
Battery Life Approximately 5 years
Case Material Resin
Countdown Timer Function Countdown Range: 24 hours, Measuring Unit: 1 second
Date and Weekday Display The current date and week day are displayed on the watch face
Date Display The current date is displayed on the watch face
Dimensions 51.4 x 46.8 x 15.5 mm
Display Illumination Electro-luminescent: The digital display lights up the at the touch of a button., Selectable illumination duration (1.5 seconds or 3 seconds)
ISO 200M Water Resistant Suitable for professional diving
Low Temperature Resistant -10 °C/ 14°F
Mineral Glass Hard glass resists scratching
Mute Function The button tones on the mode button can be switched off for discreet operation. Pre-set alarm or timer functions remain active.
Shock Resistant Patented Hollow Core Guard Structure protects against impact and vibration
Stopwatch Function Measuring Capacity: 60 minutes, Measuring Modes: Elapsed time, split time, Measuring Unit: 1/100th second
Total weight 60g
Vibration Resistant Resistant against vibration from heavy duty operations
World Time Displays the current time in major cities and specific areas around the world

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