Casio G-Shock Baby-G Rose Gold Hybrid Digital/Analogue Ladies Watch BA-110RG-1AER 43mm
Casio G-Shock Baby-G Rose Gold Hybrid Digital/Analogue Ladies Watch BA-110RG-1AER 43mm This Casio G-Shock Baby-G Rose Gold Hybrid Digital/Analogue Ladies Watch BA-110RG-1AER 43mm is a brilliant addition to the Baby-G collection. The dial features a digital and analogue display combined with rose gold accents. Beneath the 12 o’clock position is a day window with a date and month display at the 6 o’clock position. By the 9 o’clock index is a chronograph used to measure time. The rose gold hands, which are coated in neobrite, are powered by a quartz movement. A thick black resin case and mineral glass are used to protect the inner workings of the timepiece. A black resin strap is then fastened using a standard buckle to sit around your wrist. This watch has a water resistance of 100 metres, making it suitable for swimming and snorkeling. Key Features: Baby-G Style Digital/Analogue Display 100m Water Resistant +- 30 Seconds Per Month Daily Alarms Auto Calendar Black Resin Strap 2 Year Battery Life Black Resin Case Countdown Mineral Glass Neobrite Shock Resistant World Time Stopwatch The Family: Baby-G Having started a trend for tough, shock-resistant watches, Casio introduced the Baby-G in 1994, a smaller, brighter but no less resilient women’s watch. Each timepiece in the collection will handle anything you can throw at it. They are all 10 metre drop resistant, vibration resistant, hammer shock resistant and low temperature resistant, as well as being water resistant to at least 10ATM. Immediately popular with the youth of the time, the current revival of 90’s culture and fashion means that the Baby-G is as popular as ever, offering an unparalleled level of functionality and style for creative individuals worldwide. The Brand: Casio Casio was established in 1946 by Japanese engineer Tadao Kashio. The company entered the timepiece market in 1974 with the release of the Casiotron, the world’s first Auto Calendar watch. Only eleven years after entering this field, Casio completely reshaped global thought about the function a watch should perform with the release of the pioneering and now legendary G-Shock family. Innovation and world firsts have defined the company’s history ever since, the most striking of these being the release of the first ever touch screen watch in 1991, 24 years before the Apple Watch, and the first ever wrist camera watch in 2000. In short, Casio was producing smartwatches decades before the term had even been coined. Add to this the hipster popularity of the company’s retro designs, and Casio has firmly cemented its reputation as a famously reliable and precise name in both analog and digital watches.