Casio revealed four new Love The Sea And The Earth limited edition watches for June 2017, including three G-Shock models and one Baby-G. This special series includes the Earthwatch-themed GW-9403KJ-9JR Rangeman and the I.C.E.R.C.-themed GWN-Q1000K-7AJR Gulfmaster, GW-6901K-7JR, and Baby-G BGR-3007K-7JR.
G-Shock GW-9403KJ-9JR Rangeman
Like previous Earthwatch models, the GW-9403KJ-9JR Rangeman has an animal theme. The translucent or “jelly” yellow bezel and glossy, spotted band is inspired by salpa, a planktonic marine invertebrate that moves by pumping water through its gelatinous body. The EL backlight displays the Earthwatch logo and the case back features a Love The Sea And The Earth 2017 engraved design. List price is ¥54,000 JPY.
G-Shock GWN-Q1000K-7AJR Gulfmaster
For 2017 the Quad Sensor-equipped Gulfmaster replaces the Frogman as the premier I.C.E.R.C. (International Cetacean Education and Research Centres) model. The GWN-Q1000K-7AJR Gulfmaster is a tricolor watch with a white body and bands, silver stainless steel bezel, blue/red lettering, and red accents. The bands feature I.C.E.R.C. and Love The Sea And The Earth 2017 branding as well as the familiar “All As One” motto. This marks the first time that the GWN-Q1000 is the base model for a collaboration edition. List price is ¥105,000 JPY.
G-Shock GW-6901K-7JR and Baby-G BGR-3007K-7JR
This year the GW-6900 joins the Love The Sea And The Earth collection as the G-Shock GW-6901K-7JR which is paired with the matching Baby-G BGR-3007K-7JR. These models have a tricolor I.C.E.R.C. theme like the Gulfmaster. The G-Shock GW-6901K-7JR is a Tough Solar/Multi-Band 6 model and has a shiny silver front backlight button with a whale graphic. The Baby-G BGR-3007K-7JR is also a Tough Solar/Multi-Band 6 model and has a silver stainless steel bezel. Both watches feature an EL backlight with a whale silhouette and custom Love The Sea And The Earth 2017 engraved case backs. List price is ¥23,000 JPY for the G-Shock GW-6901K-7JR and ¥22,000 JPY for the Baby-G BGR-3007K-7JR.
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