Casio G Shock Premium will be welcoming two RAF pilots who inspired its new aviator watch technology to the London Watch Show, next week.
The brand will be introducing its latest aviator watch technology and giving retailers and press the opportunity to met with two of the pilots who inspired the research and development of the range of watches.
On the first day of the London Watch Show – July 2 – flying officer Joe Munro and squadron leader Bruno Wood of the RAF will be at the Casio stand from 9.30am to take questions from the press and introduce show visitors to the G Shock Premium aviator range.
Among the range’s features are the latest in technological advances, including the new direct compass and Smart Access functions. The compass allows the user to navigate through air, forest, sea, or city with the press of a button. Smart access helps for an intuitive operation, aiding easy operation of the watch’s functions.
The watch face is made of sapphire mineral glass for a scratch proof and anti-glare watch. The timepieces also have a resin case and band, in line with G-Shock Premium’s tough credentials.
Specifications include a quick lock system, fly-back chronograph, tough solar power, multi-band 6 radio control, and LED Light.
The London Watch Show is taking place on July 2 and 3 at the Freemasons’ Hall, London.