The GDX-6900 is a beefed up version of the classic DW-6900, Casio G-Shock’s three-eyed classic introduced in 1995. The GDX is some 10% larger than the original. The present model has a purple resin case with a heather fabric print.
|Name:||GD-X6900HT-2 Heathered Purple|
Below is a detailed look at Casio’s model GD-X6900HT-2 from G-Shock 6900 watch family, including the price, case details and movement features.
Casio’s GD-X6900HT-2 Heathered Purple (GD-X6900HT-2) was originally released in N/A. This watch features a quartz movement beating at a frequency of N/A ( N/A Hz) to provide a -hour power reserve when fully wound.
The resin case measures 57.5mm in diameter and roughly 20.4mm thick. The round case is paired with a purple color dial with -shaped hands, and a digital hour markers and minute track, covered by a mineral glass. Casio’s G-Shock 6900 model GD-X6900HT-2 is water resistant up to 200 meters (656 ft). A solid caseback is over the back of the watch case.
The G-Shock 6900 GD-X6900HT-2 movement is a powered by caliber 3240 made by Casio. The N/A-jewel quartz movement is mm in diameter. Its balance wheel oscillates at N/A semi-oscillations per hour or N/A Hz. This movement offers a -hour power reserve.
How much does the Casio’s G-Shock 6900 GD-X6900HT-2 cost? This watch was introduced in N/A and has been in Casio’s collection for around . This watch is not a limited release. As with most luxury watches, the price of depends on the availability and demand.
CURRENT PRICE: $149
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- Brand: Casio
- Model: GD-X6900HT-2 Heathered Purple
- Reference Number: GD-X6900HT-2
- Limited: No
Case & Dial:
- Material: Resin
- Glass: Mineral
- Back: Solid
- Diameter: 57.5
- Thickness: 20.4
- Lug Width: N/A
- Dial Color: Purple
- Indexes: Digital and -shaped hands
- Water Resistance: 200 meters
- Winding: Quartz
- Brand: Casio
- Caliber: 3240
- Display: Digital
- Diameter: mm
- Jewels: N/A
- Power Reserve: hours
- Frequency: N/A
In 1946, Tadao Kashio founded a company called Kashio Seisakujo, in Mitaka, Tokyo. One of his earliest innovations was some kind of ring that held a cigarette, allowing its wearer to smoke the cigarette until its very end – with Japan impoverished from WWII, this innovation was quite a success. Tadao Kashio, now joined by his brothers Toshio, Kazuo and Yukio, would go on and invest the proceeds … in the development of electronic calculators, of which the first prototype was shown by in 1954. In 1957 the first commercially available electronic calculator was introduced by the company, at which time Casio Computer Co., Ltd. is established.
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