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G-Shock GW-M5610-1ER Watch

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Automatically deactivates the Auto EL backlight function when surrounding light is sufficient, and activates it under dim light or dark conditions. Shock-resistant construction protects against impact and vibration. A solar cell provides power for operation. Whether in Europe, North America and Japan or in the outer reaches of Canada, Central America and China - once the watch has been set to the local time, it receives the relevant signal and shows the correct time wherever you are. In many countries, it also sets itself automatically to summer and winter time using its World time function. Set as standard with its stopwatch function - 1/100 sec. - 24 hours, providing elapsed time, split time and final time that are measured with 1/100-sec accuracy, measuring times of up to 24 hours. The countdown timers help you to remember specific or recurring events by giving off an audible signal at a preset time. The time can be set to the nearest minute and up to 24 hours in advance. Ideal for people who need to take medicines every day or those who do interval training. The 5 daily alarm reminds you about recurring events with an acoustic signal at the time you have set. You can also activate hourly time signal that indicates each full hour. This model has 5 independent alarms for flexible reminders of important appointments, now snooze feature. Once set, the automatic calendar always displays the correct date. Times can be displayed in either a 12-hour or 24-hour format. The tough, scratch-resistant mineral glass protects the watch against unsightly damage, surrounded by a resin case and resin band providing extremely durable and flexible properties. Perfect for free diving without scuba gear: the watch is water resistant to 20 bar / 200 metres. The metres value does not relate to a diving depth but to the air pressure used in the course of the water resistance test. (ISO 22810)

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