Casio G-Shock GA-2110SU-9AER Layered Bezel combines an impact-resistant design with street-credibility. The GA-2110SU-9AER features a carbon fibre reinforced Carbon core guard structure, luminescent indexes and indexes that resemble those of an analogue clock, a separate display for days of the week, and a digital display for seconds and digital time. In the dark, the clock is easy to illuminate with the built-in bright LED. The strap and case are also made of lightweight polyurethane.
+/- 15 seconds per month
Once set, the automatic calendar always displays the correct date.
Button tones on/off
Watch will not beep when switching from one function to another. Preset alarm or countdown timers remain active when the button tones are deactivated.
Carbon-reinforced resin casing
Combining resin with robust carbon creates a casing that is even more stress resistant offering even greater protection with an extremely high level of durability.
Core guard structure
Four stainless steel pipes form a metal frame that joins the bezel securely with the case back for increased shock resistance
Date and weekday display
Auto Light: The watch dial will illuminate automatically when you tilt your wrist towards you. Once activated, this feature will automatically deactivate after six hours. LED light selectable illumination duration (1.5 seconds or 3 seconds)
Hand moving function
With a push of a button, hands move away to permit free visibility.
Even temperatures as low as -10 °C/ 14°F have no effect on this watch.
A luminous coating on the watch hands provides illumination in the dark.
Shock-resistant construction protects against impact and vibration.
alphaGEL elements (a silicone material) surround the watch, making it even more resistant to shocks and vibrations. It is extremely flexible and has a cushioning effect on the module.
World time function
Displays the current time in major cities and specific areas around the world.
- Total Weight 51g
- Case Depth 11.8mm
- Case Width 45.4mm
- Watch Movement Quartz
- Water Resistance 200 metres