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G-Shock Turns 30.

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Share This.He’s shocked. She’s shocked. We all love G-Shock. Believe it or not, but Casio‘s G-Shock digital watch brand has been gracing wrists around the world for 30 years. It has always been considered as a must have for watch enthusiasts, Starbucks’ hipsters, and us normal homosapiens because of special features that are scarcely found on a other watches. To celebrate the 30th anniversary, Casio debuted a special edition of the  DW-6900 Read More

(Fa)ssion: All White All Right.

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Share This.“Once you go black, you never go back …but once you go white you alright.” This is always the case with certain items. The bewilderment of why the girls get one style and boys don’t and vice versa. One side wishes that the item was made for them. But when it comes to Casio most of us don’t care because we love G-Shock. This time piece is an example  of this Read More

Keeping (Father) Time.

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Share This.Growing up, some of us may have had a grandfather clock in our home.  It’s hourly dong chime was soothing for some, but for others it was an unwanted alarm clock.  Originally designed in 1656 by Christiaan Huygens, it was once touted as the world’s most accurate timekeeper, but with more city dwellers residing in smaller living spaces with walls as thin as paper, an old father time piece isn’t really Read More