Casio Releases G-Shock GW-3000 Pilot Wristwatch

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Today must be Casio day. After announcing they invented the first mercury-free high-brightness projector, we find out they just released the coolest wristwatch I’ve seen in a while.

Sadly, the Casio G-Shock GW-3000 “Pilot” wristwatch is only available in Japan. Isn’t that a total bitch? A beautifully-designed watch, available in white, orange and blue, and one nation can enjoy it? Anyway, Casio’s Pilot has got more than just “looks”. This Tough Solar model is waterproof, resistant to high impact and able to handle up to 15 G.

The G-Shock GW-3000 “Pilot” sets itself via radio and can display 29 world time cities. It’s available in Nippon, for $200.Check out more photos of this gorgeous wristwatch after the jump.

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