G-SHOCK's lead ladies' watch, the BABY-G, first appeared in 1994, a couple of years before Pokémon's adorable Pikachu surprised the world. To recognize both the 25th commemoration of the BABY-G and the anticipated Pokémon: Sword and Shield games, the pair have arranged a bespoke Pikachu version of the immortal timepiece. Executed in quieted dark, the watch's lashes are decorated with an assortment of little Pikachu and Pokéball symbols in splendid tints, supplemented by "0:25" message on the fasten that mirrors Pikachu's status as the 25th Pokédex section. A Pokémon logo graces the substance of the exceptional BABY-G, with a backdrop illumination that uncovers Pikachu's little overworld sprite behind the numbers. At long last, the back of the watch sports an embellished Pikachu and co-marking to underline the celebratory idea of the plan.
Visit Casio G-SHOCK's devoted Pikachu page for more data on the uncommon coordinated effort, which retails for around $120 USD. Expect the BABY-G to dispatch around November 15, the date that Nintendo drops Pokemon: Sword and Shield.