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[G-Shock Review] GA-2100-4A — the Red World for Creative People

The thinnest GA-2100 series in shock-resistant direction G-SHOCK is rapidly gaining popularity around the world. Honestly, I have already begun to doubt the possibility of repetition of the success of the GA-100/110, but it turns out that the Japanese can still surprise and create products of universal enthusiasm. Despite having…

[G-Shock Review] GA-2100-1A — The Familiar Carbon Body

When it comes to G-Shock, the first thing that comes to mind, of course, is three things – strength, power and a unique Japanese style that is not found in other watch manufacturers. Casio are stubbornly and methodically developing their technical developments in this niche, trying to compete with “neighbors”…

[Video] G-Shock GM-560 —THE ORIGIN — Stainless Steel Bezel

The new GM-5600 and GM-5600B models boast the same design as the resin-made, square-faced G-SHOCK 5600 line, but with a stainless steel bezel. While delivering the finely-crafted texture of metal, the new models offer the comfortable fit of a lightweight watch, thanks to the resin used for the case and…

[Live Photos] G-Shock GMW-B5000TCM and MTG-B1000DCM with Camouflage Pattern

Certainly, the history of G-SHOCK was inseparable from the CMF perspective. Starting with a urethane case for impact-resistant construction, color development that was not possible with conventional watches such as multi-color and metallic color, materials such as skeleton material, mirror dial, and unique design due to technological evolution of the…

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