Casio Opens Two Watch Counters at Isetan The Japan Store

The growing popularity of Casio watches has led to the opening of two Casio watch counters located on the Ground Floor and 1st Floor of the brand new Isetan The Japan Store in Lot 10 Shopping Mall on Jalan Bukit Bintang on 8 November 2016.  

From tough as nails ruggedness for the outdoors to indoor elegance, the new Casio counters will be a showcase of watches that can not only weather the elements but also features elegant timepieces thus highlighting Casio’s brand versatility that suits any lifestyle or activity.   

Showcased in modern steel encasing and presented on clean white surfaces, shoppers will enjoy a clear visual of the full range of the Japanese watch brand’s watches which includes the G-Shock, Baby-G, Protrek, Sheen, and top end Edifice and Oceanus models. The collection ranges from RM334 - RM27,000. 

“In keeping with Isetan’s mission to deliver Japanese lifestyles and aesthetics to customers; Casio watches aims to deliver the technology, innovation and lifestyle elements of the Casio brand to shoppers visiting our new counters.” said Mr Hiroyuki Sezai, Managing Director of Casio Malaysia Sdn Bhd.

To excite shoppers, the counters will also be featuring a spectrum of limited edition Casio creations which include the G-Shock’s, MR-G and MT-G series. 

GAX-100X-4A  “The Milestones Timepiece”

Aimed at setting new trends and new standards in fashionable sports, The Milestones Timepiece or GAX-100X-4A is a collaboration with Hawaiian-based board sport and lifestyle brand, In4mation. This limited edition watch offers a new design that merges the inherent toughness and technology of G-Shock with a deep colour aesthetic that represents the active island style. 



MRG-G1000HT 20th Anniversary Limited Edition Hammer Tone

With a limited run of 300 watches sold worldwide, the MRG-G1000HT is a 20th Anniversary Limited Edition Hammer Tone that was designed in collaboration with a third-generation master artisan in the field, Bihou Asano, fusing 1,200 years of Kyoto craftsmanship and using the Japanese Tsu-i-ki technique; a traditional craft method that creates unique relief patterns through hammering. The Tsu-i-ki method has been used to create parts of the Japanese Railway, Bullet Train and Flying Machines. 



Featuring a rough textured surface, The MTG-G1000RG-1ADR with only 700 units worldwide is done in a gold ion plating to create the beautiful image of pallasite, which is found in only a few percent of meteorites that make it to the Earth. 



Combining metal and resin for the ultimate in toughness and function, the MTG-G1000RB-1ADR with 1,000 units sold worldwide has a black diamond like coating that recreates the look of a meteorite that has reached the Earth after wandering the cosmos for tens of thousands or tens of millions of years.  


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