Heres a chance to own a G Shock legend the second generation G Shock circa 1990 watch is in good vintage condition. Watch comes on a 25 th anniversary edition replacement bezel and strap. All functions work incl the back light. Casing is 44mm. Resin strap will fit a 22cm arm.
Price $200 which includes PayPal fees and shipping.
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