Casio Official 2006 FIFA Soccer World Cup G-Shock Watches

Posted: Jan 27 2006, 8:13am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:05pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Casio Official 2006 FIFA Soccer World Cup G-Shock Watches
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Wrist Dreams reports about Casio introducing two new official FIFA 2006 Soccer World Cup G-Shock watches in Japan.

Casio has several World Cup Countdown clocks setup in Germany. Many companies use the Soccer World Cup as marketing platform for all sorts of products.

Both new Casio G-Shock watches are white and have a somewhat minimalistic look. The 2006 Soccer World Cup Germany logo is on the backside of the watch.

The Casio G-Shock GW-56RTWC (photo) features a special stop watch for Soccer games. It can keep track of actual play-time and over-time due to breaks.
The new Casio GW-056WCJ is a radio controlled solar powered G-Shock watch. Radio wave reception works in Japan and US.
More details on Wrist Dreams.Find deals on Casio Wristwatches.

See also the Intelligent Soccer Ball that will maybe be used at the World Cup in Germany.

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