Casio Pac-Man Vintage Watch

Classic arcade game design wristwatch

US$ 231

There are few titles in the world of computer gaming that could be called true classics but among them, the undisputed king is Pac-Man. Forty-one years after its birth, the title that holds the Guinness World Record as the most successful coin-operated game of all time never stops exciting people who weren't even born when arcade games were at their peak. The Casio Pac-Man Vintage Watch is the latest tribute to this legendary game, while at the same time also tipping its hat to one of Casio's own classics: the Casio F-100, which became famous as Ellen Ripley/Sigourney Weaver's watch in Alien.

As a watch, the Casio Pac-Man Vintage Watch ticks all the basic boxes: digital hour, minute, second, pm, month, date and day timekeeping, calendar, alarm, stopwatch, and water resistance all make for a good, solid Casio package that will keep going for three years on a battery without having to think twice about it. But what's really important here are the looks: a Pac-Man screen face, the Pac-Man maze on the black, ion-plated stainless steel band, and even the special Pac-Man box. It even comes with a display stand, which goes to show how much this watch was meant for you to display your love of retro 1980s culture!

Specs and Features:

  • Model: A100WEPC-1BJR
  • Case: resin
  • Bezel: resin
  • Clasp: adjustable
  • Band: black ion-plated stainless steel
  • Glass: resin
  • Water resistant
  • Back light: LED
  • Stopwatch: 1/10-second, measuring capacity, 59'59.9'', measuring mode, elapsed time
  • Alarm: daily
  • Hourly time signal
  • Calendar: automatic (28 days for February)
  • Regular timekeeping: hour, minute, second, pm, month, date, day
  • Accuracy: +/- 30 seconds/month
  • Dimensions: 40.7 x 32.7 x 9.2 mm (1.6 x 1.28 x 0.36")
  • Weight: 53 g (1.86 oz)
  • Battery life: approx. 3 years
  • Comes with special Pac-Man screen box and display case
  • Instructions/manual: Japanese
US$ 231

US$ 231