The G-SHOCK GW-A1000RAF-1AJR is a special release from Casio and the Royal Air Force, one of the oldest and one of
the most technologically-sophisticated air force branches in the world. Casio included its signature “Triple G Resist” construction, a new composition
meant to withstand even more shock, vibration, and centrifugal gravity
than your average G-Shock.
Other necessary functions that will appeal to aviators around the globe include “Smart Access" analogue movement which allows the three hands to be controlled by individual motors, a temperature indicator, one-touch Zulu time display which ensures that all pilots (regardless of location) are using the same 24-hour clock, atomic timekeeping, a solar powered battery, and carbon fiber details. Look out for these at select stockists once it hits stores later this month.
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