The series' big outer case is borrowed from G-SHOCK's iconinc GA-100 and GA-110 series, paired with a newly-designed deep dial display fashioned to look like electronic instruments from the '90s. This updated dial features an analog speed indicator sub-dial at the 3 o'clock position, a digital time display at the 12 o'clock position, and a date display at the 6 o'clock position, as well as an array of other LCD displays surrounding the hour and minute hands, reminiscent of retro digital gadgets. Obviously being shock resistant, the GA-140 models are also all water resistant up to 200 meters, magnetic resistant, and has an automatic LED light for illumination.
With five models in the GA-140 series, the Japanese watchmaker is offering a myriad of color options: black, black with red and orange accents, blue, red and grey, and purple. All of them will be available at select G-SHOCK retailers for $99 USD sometime in August.
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