Justin Bieber sports Casio and Nixon watches

First published: 31-01-2011

Canadian pop icon Justin Bieber has been seen in a range of timepieces recently, which may encourage fans of the star to spend some cash.

One of the watches that the YouTube sensation, who has gone on to release a critically-acclaimed album last year, has worn is the Casio G-Shock DW6900FS-8, Watch ID reported.

Coming in a striking white design, the men's G-Shock product is styled with a stainless steel case and a durable white resin bezel, two elements which make this timepiece very tough and resilient.

Another Casio timepiece donned by Bieber has been the Casio G-Shock G-Lide GLX-5600-7, a sports watch which includes a wealth of features for wearers to look at.

These include alarms, a backlight with afterglow, an hour signal, a stopwatch and a moon phase graph, just to name a few elements.

Finally, the Baby singer has also worn a Nixon watch, from The Newton collection, at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2010 recently, once again splashed in a white tone.


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