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Casio goes old school with Spike Lee and Eric Haze-designed G-Shock watches


Casio's G-Shock watches are 25 years old - and there are plenty of limited editions on the market to celebrate, including the Spike Lee Signature G-Shock and the Eric Haze Signature G-Shock.

Spike Lee is a longstanding G-Shock fan, producing the limited edition DW5000SL-1 in a classic black case with the 40 Acres & A Mule logo in the EL Backlight and an engraved Spike Lee signature on the case back. Other features include shock resistance, 200M water resistance, multi-function alarm, 1/100 second stopwatch, countdown timer, flash alert and 12/24 hour formats. Just 100 of these - look out for them from November.

Eric Haze (aka Haze) is the 70s New York subway artist turned logo man (Public Enemy, Beastie Boys and MTV to name just three) and streetwear designer. He's created a watch reminiscent of the first G-Shock, but with the Haze signature on the band and backlight, the Eric Haze logo on the back and with its own individual colour scheme. It's sold in limited edition packaging and in a limited run of just 100 - yours from later this month at the Casio site or store.

Casio G-Shock website

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