Roly-poly dolls made of papier-mache in various sizes and usually painted red and bearing a stern face of a Buddhist monk called Daruma are one of the most distinct features of Japanese folk culture. The doll is considered a symbol of good fortune and perseverance because no matter how you push it, it always returns to its upright position - a good model for dealing with life's hardships. And a great concept for a very Japanese watch like the Casio G-Shock DW-6900DA-4JR Daruma Men's Watch, which comes in a special metal box with a design inspired by the doll!
Packed with dozens of features - from shock resistance and 20 ATM waterproofing to stopwatches, calendars, alarms, and more - what makes the Casio G-Shock DW-6900DA-4JR Daruma Men's Watch really stand out is its appearance: its bright red color and the eyes of the Daruma doll on its face remind you day and night (yes, they do glow in the dark!) not to lose courage no matter what life throws at you. Oh, and BTW, the real Daruma was the founder of Zen Buddhism, so if you really want a watch that says "Zen," this is it!
The Casio G-Shock DW-6900DA-4JR Daruma Men's Watch features: