- Casio and Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. have released a collaboration timepiece based on the original 1985 Nintendo Entertainment System game.
- The watch, which is part of Casio’s G-Shock lineup, comes with a distinctive shade of red for its bezel, as well as light blue and gold accents reminiscent of the daytime sky and coins in the game.
- The watch’s band features a pixelated image of Mario function indicators that come in the game’s iconic typeface.
- The timepiece can be purchased from Casio Japan’s online store for 17,600 yen or $150 USD.
Super Mario fans can now get their hands on a Casio timepiece that encapsulates memories of the original game.
The collaboration piece — part of the Japanese watchmaker’s G-Shock lineup — features a distinctive shade of red for its bezel, along with a pixelated Mario reminiscent of his 1985 Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) iteration.
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Norris, an avid watch collector, believed he had stumbled on a rare Swiss watch, one of only 900 ever made. Goodwill priced it at $5.99. He claimed to have immediately recognized the 1959 Jaeger-LeCoultre diving watch, and it was all his for the taking.