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GA-700-1AER

GA-700-1AER
£120
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The G-SHOCK GA-700 analogue/digital combination model features a powerful and bold design with 3D face. The enlarged watch hands mimic carved metal improving visibility and evoking a feeling of toughness while the front button at 6 o'clock adds to the dynamic, leading-edge styling.
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: 60 minutes, Measuring Unit: 1/10 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 57.5 x 53.4 x 18.4 mm
Hand Shift Function With a push of a button, hands move away from the LCD to permit free visibility.
Display Illumination LED light, Selectable illumination duration (1.5 seconds or 3 seconds), With afterglow
ISO 200M Water Resistant Suitable for professional diving
Low Temperature Resistant -10 °C/ 14°F
Magnetic Resistance The case has been specially mounted to be shielded from magnetic fields.
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: 24 hours, Measuring Modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times, Measuring Unit: 1/100th second, Target time alarm.
Total weight 69g
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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