Casio G-Shock Mirror-Metallic DW6900NB Collection Japanese

The Japanese watchmaker Casio has updated its DW6900 line of funky yet shock-proof electronic watches with the flashy Casio G-Shock Mirror-Metallic DW6900NB Collection that comprises four new members each offered in outrageously bright colors of their rubber straps and outer shells crafted from the same material.

Casio G-Shock Go Green GR7900EW-7 Japanese

With its recycled paper packaging and Tough Solar power technology that allows the new Casio G-Shock Go Green GR7900EW-7 to work literally for years without the need to change its onboard battery, the digital electronic watch looks like a nice choice for environmentally-conscious customers with a taste for active life style. Perhaps, the only thing that could probably scare them away is white rubberized plastic used for its outer case: it will get dirty in no time and will get only dirtier as the years are passing by.

Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave limited edition Japanese

If you think that Atomic Timekeeping is cool, think again! Keeping your watch up to date with half a dozen of old-school broadcasting stations is as XX century as a gasoline-powered Corvette compared to Tesla Roadster. Fighting inherent flaws of quartz mechanisms, which, like their older fully mechanical ancestors, can still be heavily affected by such external factors as temperature and sometimes even humidity, the Japanese watchmaker Citizen is going to start selling its beautiful limited edition Citizen Eco-Drive Satellite Wave (ref. CC0005-06E) that captures the day, date and time signals directly from GPS navigation satellites!

Casio G-Shock GDF100 with Altimeter Japanese

The new Casio G-Shock GDF100 digital electronic watch comes equipped with a two-in-one front-facing pressure and temperature sensor. Although its exterior styling is light years away from something that is usually associated with a 'pilot's watch', it is (rather unsurprisingly, I would say) also way more usable for those who actually fly something more powerful than an office chair.

Grand Seiko 130th Anniversary Commemorative Limited Edition Japanese

Celebrating its 130th year in business, the Japanese jewelry and precision instruments-maker has presented its new Grand Seiko 130th Anniversary Limited Edition (refs. SBGW033, SBGW040, and SBGW039) collection, which is going to be available both in Europe and North America. Looking like it's having the legendary Patek Philippe Calatrava line of minimalistic dress watches in its fine crosshairs, the new Commemorative Edition makes a subtle, but very firm stress on the "Grand" part of Grand Seiko brand.

Casio G-Shock X Alife G5500AL-1 Japanese

The Japanese electronics giant and the NYC-based lifestyle brand have teamed together to introduce a co-branded Casio G-Shock X Alife G5500AL-1 model. With its styling reminiscent of the crazy 80s and a relatively low price, the new wristwatch makes it really tempting to grab for the credit card and make the purchase. Must. Resist. Now.

Seiko Ananta Spring Drive Moon Phase Japanese

In the beginning of this year, at Basel 2010 trade show, the Japanese brand has introduced one of the most brilliant members of the Ananta series: the Seiko Ananta Spring Drive Moon Phase (ref. SNR023). Although coming with virtually no decoration that we usually expect from a European brand, the new timepiece from Seiko looks as refined as a ceremonial Tachi sword.

Citizen Alterna Pilot Eco-Drive (ref. VO10-6832T) Japanese

Thinking about yet another Swiss or Germany made B-Uhr homage? The new Citizen Alterna Pilot Eco-Drive is an inexpensive pilot's watch that sports a refreshingly cool dial layout and a high-grade Japanese Eco-Drive Cal. 8637 quartz movement. What's so cool about it? Well, its medium-sized stainless steel body, which is attached to the wrist with a black NATO strap, is treated with 'tactical' black PVD coating.

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