The back of the watch reveals that the case (under the bezel) is red. The back plate has the 30th Anniversary logo etched on it. It would f course be strange if the Eric Haze model wouldn’t have this logo.
I am the feline equivalent of Droopy the dog.One of the thinks which annoys me a bit on the GA-110 is the silent buttons. When you change modes, it’s good to hear the button tone. Most modern G-Shocks have a different button tone when you get back in Time Keeping Mode, which makes it easy to change from the mode you are in, back to Time Keeping Mode blind. Normally I never noticed this, until I wear a GA-110. I actually use the mode button to scroll more than I thought on the lab.
Evelien is a student here, wearing the Eric Haze. Nice kiks too!
Pelle is another student with a Haze. He has actually a few G-Shocks.
The GA-110EH-8A has been a watch I have been waiting for. I got some inside information this in spring and I thought instantly this was a watch I wanted to have. When I saw the first pics of this model, I was immediately sold. I got mine from Unknown (ilovesneakerz.nl). I had asked a few weeks ago to put two aside for me (one to wear, one for the collection). Last Tuesday I was contacted that they were sent out from Casio to the shop. As I didn’t want any delay, I arranged instant payment and two days later (it took one day shipping to the shop and one day shipping to me) the package was delivered at my school.
Maybe it is the best GA-110 model made. As far as I know the watch is not really limited, which makes this an affordable good looking G-Shock for everyone. It is priced €140 in The Netherlands and probably throughout Europe, which is only €10 above a normal GA-110 model. Maybe not a model for everyone’s liking, but in my opinion a great looking watch. This one is going to have a lot of wrist time!