Casio adds thinner G-Steel cases to its G-Shock Carbon series

The new models feature cases that are 2.0mm thinner than previous designs.
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Casio G-Shock G-Steel GSTB200D-1A

For its latest G-Steel models, Casio is using carbon construction to reduce their cases sizes by 2.0mm while maintaining the durability expected in a G-Shock timepiece. The watches feature Carbon Core Guard Structures to create a rugged, lightweight design and they feature a number of the key G-Shock technologies such as 200M water resistance, shock resistance, world time, a stopwatch and countdown timer, five alarms, and a full automatic calendar. The watches also feature Bluetooth connectivity, solar charging, a hand retract function, and full auto double LED lights. 

The watches are available this June with a silver face with a stainless steel band or an all-black polyurethane band. 

$280-$350, gshock.com

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