In anticipation of the cherry blossom season in spring, G-Shock Japan is releasing the Sakura Storm series in January 2019. The series includes two classic digital models (DW-5600TCB-1JR, DW-6900TCB-4JR) and one classic analog-digital model (GA-100TCB-1AJR). The common theme is the color pink representing cherry blossom flowers (a.k.a. sakura flowers) with each watch featuring various shades of pink like the flowers. The watches have a special marking depicting a single cherry blossom petal in unique locations. The exclusive packaging includes a black box with a pink G-Shock logo and a pink tin case.
The base model is the round face DW-6900 with three graphic displays, which has been the base model for a number of collaborations with world-famous brands.
This model employ a variety of different design gimmicks in line with the overall sakura theme: sakura pedal images on the band ring, and more. This model is made in Japan and it reflect quality and attention to detail for which Japan is famous.
|Water Resistant||200 Metres Water Resistant|
|Accuracy||+/- 15 seconds per month|
|Alarm Function||Daily Alarm: Sounds each day at the time you set|
|Auto Calendar||Once set, the automatic calendar always displays the correct date|
|Battery Life||Approximately 2 years|
|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||53.2 x 50.0 x 16.3 mm|
|Display Illumination||Electro-luminescent: The digital display lights up the at the touch of a button., With afterglow|
|ISO 200M Water Resistant||Suitable for professional diving|
|Low Temperature Resistant||-10 °C/ 14°F|
|Mineral Glass||Hard glass resists scratching|
|Shock Resistant||Patented Hollow Core Guard Structure protects against impact and vibration|
|Stopwatch Function||Measuring Capacity: 24 hours, Measuring Modes: Elapsed time, split time, Measuring Unit: 1/100 second (for the first 60 minutes) 1 second (after 60 minutes)|