While most people today would associate G-Shock watches with Casio. During most part of 1980s and 1990s, it was the Swiss Army knife-like Data Bank timepiece Casio was famous for. Predates PDA, cellphone, and UMPC, Casio Data Bank was up to the task, from calculation, simple personal data management, and phone number storage. It was also the must-have accessory for gadget obsessed Japanese public.
For its 10th anniversary celebration, Tokyo’s urban style label MACKDADDY is bring back the classic Casio Data Bank. The commemorative edition will feature MACKDADDY’s signature color scheme as well as a “neo retro” design cue. Retails around JP¥ 8,925 (~US$ 84), the Casio x MACKDADDY Data Bank Watch is set to release in limited quantity next month.