The CASIO G-Shock GA2000-2A, which debuted at the recently concluded Baselworld 2019, is now joined by a quad of new watches, each featuring an updated Carbon Core Guard Structure making the watch even more resilience while remaining lightweight and a variety of bright hues (mostly by the way of the bands). The bright hue models include yellow (GA200-1A9), bright blue (GA2000-1A2) and red (GA2000E-4). Also joining the G-Carbon series are an olive green model (GA2000-3A) and a delightful Khaki version (GA2000-5A).

New CASIO G-Shock G-Carbon Series

Key design features include a carbon fiber reinforced resin case, large stainless steel buttons, thin case back, interchangeable bands, innovative slid lever for quick band replacement, raised dial markets, and light-colored hands with pops of bright features throughout. While the GA2000-2A inspired by military (so are the GA2000-3A and GA2000-5A), it also boasts bi-color resin band with the to switch out the bands for traditional resin, Velcro, Cordura, or cloth. The same goes to the GA2000-1A9 and GA2000-1A2 which, by default, comes with colorful bands.

CASIO G-Shock GA2000-2A

The GA2000E-4, on the other hand, is a limited edition model featuring a “vivid red” resin band and comes packaged with two additional bands, namely, black resin and green cloth. Beyond the cosmetics and the key design features, all the new G-Carbon series watches come with G-Shock technology including water resistance to 200 meters (20 ATM or 660 feet), shock resistance (obviously), Super LED light, World Time across 31 timezone/48 cities + UTC, 1/100th sec. stopwatch, hand retract function, countdown timer, full auto calendar and 5 daily alarms.

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The GA2000-1A9 and GA2000-1A2 will retail for $130 when it becomes available early April, while the GA2000-2A, GA2000-3A, and GA2000-5A will be available starting in May and costs $130 a pop. As for the GA2000E-4, it is also set to hit the shelves in May for $160.

All images courtesy of CASIO.

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