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G-Shock Jurōjin Limited Edition

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The Seven Lucky God’s G-Shock Jurōjin Limited Edition

The G-Shock Jurōjin is the latest timepiece in the G-Shock Seven Lucky Gods Series. The Jurōjin model takes us back to the beginning of the G-Shock brand.A return to the origin of Casio G-Shock, and is actually based on the DW-5750E watch, which was a model that brought us high-performance functionality to the modern day. Standing out with it’s white and grey colour scheme, the artistic design includes elements from Jurōjin’s story, across the entire watch that represent peaches for perpetual youth as well as scroll patterns. When the EL backlight is activated, an “C”, the second last element of “G-Shock”, will promptly appear in the display. Completing the full set of the Seven Lucky Gods G-SHOCK will allow you to create all of the letters and the hyphen in “G-Shock”, a nice touch for those dedicated to collecting!

Jurōjin is an incarnation “The South Pole Old Star” that was rarely seen in China. The style he has a stick tied with a scroll and is attended a deer. He is respected as the God of longevity because he is fond of liquor and has a peach of eternal youth and longevity. There is an affirmation that he has the another name and the same body with Fukurokuju.

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The Casio G-Shock brand are always looking at, and creating ideas for ways of innovating and pushing the limits and boundaries of timekeeping toughness since 1983. They are now pleased to announce the next watch in their fantastic SHICHI-FUKU-JIN (Seven Lucky Gods) Series, the Jurōjin Limited Edition!

This piece is perfectly suited to it’s inspiration, the lucky god Jurōjin, with the help of the creative mind of Toshikazu Nozaka. A solid, round case, with the triple display allows for enhanced readability and the resin band offers a comfortable wear. As per the G-Shock ideology, this model has been made for the extremes, created to withstand depths of up to 200m!

Find the other 6 models from the The Seven Lucky Gods here: Ebisu, Hotei, Benzaiten, Bishamonten, Daikokuten, and Fukurokuju!

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