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Casio G-Shock GM-6900

Another G-Shock classic is getting a metal upgrade with the introduction of the Triple Graph Dial GM-6900. Originally released in 1995, the new models mark the first time the watch has been available with a stainless steel bezel, which is created in a multi-step shaping process that consists of 20 forging stages, several cutting and polishing steps, and a mirror and matte hairline finish. The watches feature a water resistance of 200M, a stopwatch, countdown timer, multi-function alarm, automatic calendar, backlight, flash alert, and two years of battery life. 

The GM-6900 is currently available in Japan in three colorways. 

¥23,000-26,000 (approx. $211-$238), g-shock.jp

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