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New in the Shop: A slim, futuristic Ana-Digi and a Classic Handwound Chrono
Words by Ed Jelley

This week, we’re happy to add two new models to the shop that couldn’t be more different from each other. One’s a futuristic looking analog/digital watch from G-SHOCK, while the other is a handsome hand-wound chronograph from Hamilton. 

G-SHOCK GMAS2100

Riffing off the incredibly popular (and often sold out) GA2100 series, the GMAS2100 lineup takes a slightly different turn. They’ve taken what’s already one of the slimmest, easiest to wear G-SHOCKs out there, and shaved a few more millimeters off the case. At 42.9mm wide by 46.2mm lug-to-lug, the watch is ideal for smaller wrists. It comes in a variety of colors, including a light pink that leans tan, a jet black, and a stark snowy white. On the pink and black models you’ll find rose gold hands and insides, while the white model boasts silver accents. At just under $100, the GMAS2100s are fun, sporty, and ideal for wear this spring and summer. 

 

Hamilton Intra-Matic Chrono H

Hamilton has a rich past in creating some of the most iconic chronographs in the horological world. The Intra-Matic is immediately recognizable, and these new reissues stick to their winning formula. It’s a two register chronograph that tracks 30 minutes on the right and running seconds on the left. The central seconds hand starts and stops via the pushers on the side of the case. Inside the watch, a modified ETA/Valjoux 7753 movement is used that converts the watch to hand-wind only, and eliminates the date feature for a more vintage look and feel. Taking a turn from the vintage-inspired goodness is the impressive power reserve of 60 hours — nearly 20 more hours than the standard. You can pick up the Intra-Matic Chrono H from the shop in two colors: black with white sub dials, or white with black sub dials.