Casio – G-Shock – 3-D Design Series – GA150A-4A

Diving watch, Analog/digital quartz movement, Anti-magnetic structure, Negative (light-on-dark) display, 1/1000-second digital chronograph measures elapsed time, lap time and split time, Speed/distance indicator, Countdown timer, World time function displays current time in 48 cities (29 time zones), Home city/World time city swapping, Alarm mode (4 daily, 1 snooze), 12/24-hour format, Standard/Daylight Saving Time feature, Auto-calendar pre-programmed to 2099, LED (light-emitting diode) backlight, Digital day-date-and-month display, Analog speed indicator subdial marked by black hand and black Arabic numbers, Glossy gunmetal-tone hands, Applied polished gunmetal-tone baton markers, Orange indices form minute track, Two-tiered metallic orange dial with digital black display panels, Ventilated metallic orange resin strap with polished silver-tone aluminum buckle, Metallic orange resin bezel with engraved black print, Shock resistant metallic orange resin octagonal case with engraved black logo, Matte black resin selector buttons, Stainless steel screw-in caseback, Mineral crystal, 20 ATM (200 meters/660 feet water resistant)

Product Features

  • GA-150A-4A

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2 thoughts on “Casio – G-Shock – 3-D Design Series – GA150A-4A”

  1. Love it! This watch is amazing! It’s lighter than the G-Shock GA-100 that I usually wear. The other review on this watch was helpful in that it lowered my expectations about the visibility of the hands on the face. But when I put it on it looked amazing, and it’s incredibly easy to tell the time. If this is your first analog faced watch you should probably reconsider because you can’t see all of the hand when it is in the digital readout. But to the “trained” eye, it’s “clockwork”. Absolutely fabulous watch!

  2. Super dope, but I can’t read it. Here’s what people will say when they see this on your wrist, “Wow! That is a huge REALLY bright orange watch!” It is satisfying to wear something with this much visual punch. Less satisfying? I can’t tell the time on it. I am a huge fan of the GA-100 series watches. I own a couple of colors. This series, the colors are outstanding and the designs are cool. The black hands, however, blend in with the other black elements on the face and I find myself unable to tell people the time–and that’s a problem. As a fashion accessory, a complete home run. As a time telling tool, it gives me trouble. (Which is too bad because there are at least two other colors of this guy I would buy.) Close one, Casio, but not quite.

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