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G-Shock Joins Forces with the Royal Air Force

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August 2012


Toughest watch brand G-Shock premium has joined forces with the Royal Air Force to create the g shock premium gravity defier GW-A1000RAF-1AER.

The Royal Air Force is the military air power service within the UK armed forces. Formed in 1918 it’s the oldest independent air force in the world. the RAF is one of the most capable and technologically sophisticated air forces and operates around 991 aircraft making it one of the largest air forces in Europe.

G-Shock Joins Forces with the Royal Air Force

The GW-A1000RAF-1AER is born out of the toughest G-Shock premium gravity watch to date coupled with the high demands of an RAF pilot. The timepiece includes a thermometer to monitor cabin temperature, flight record mode and instant zulu time access all at the touch of a button. The carbon fibre strap in jet stealth grey epitomises royal air force design with subtle hints of red, blue and white, using the colours of the RAF’s roundel logo.

“The Royal Air Force is proud to have worked closely with Casio to develop this Royal Air Force aviator G-Shock watch which has a bespoke set of features inspired by the demanding and challenging environments worldwide in which today’s royal air force personnel operate.”- RAF Sqn Ldr John McFall

The watches features are professional world time, one push and the watch syncs into world or zulu zones enabling the wearer to keep track of time wherever they are and allow clear planning and communications between all members of the RAF team, both ground staff, jets and refuelling aircraft. the GW-A1000RAF-1AER boasts a shock resistant electronic crown and quick lock rotary switch and a solar panel that converts weak illumination from fluorescent lighting into electric power. The RAF wings logo is featured on the carbon fiber resin keeper and features extra tools such as count up/count down stop watch mode and sharp accurate neobrite hands to allow precise timing in extreme conditions.

Source: Casio