Do you like snakes? And do you also like G-Shock watches? If your answer are yeses for both, then you gotta to love the new Casio G-Shock MTGB1000WLP1 Wrist Watch.
Celebrating its 100 years in the business of making and selling headwear, New York-based New Era Cap Company, has teamed up with Casio G-Shock to release a commemorative timepiece.
Interchangeable bands and bezels have come to Casio G-Shock. Recently revealed by Casio is the first G-Shock to feature interchangeable bands AND bezels, the G-Shock DWE-5600CC.
If you love the minimalistic, but yet stylish aesthetic offers by Bamford, then you may dig what Bamford has done to the G-Shock 5610. This is not Bamford’s own doing, btw. It is an official collaboration between Bamford and the Japanese watchmaker based on the G-Shock 5600 series timepiece.
So you think the current G-Shock watches ain’t tough enough? First of all, can I just say that I can’t imagine which trade you are in to have think G-Shock is not ’tough enough’. Secondly, fret not, because, Casio has just revealed a heavy duty line that pretty much up the ante of “regular G-Shock […]
If you love everything basketball, then you may dig this new G-Shock timepiece, the Rui Hachimura x G-Shock GST-B100RH Watch. As the product name implies, the GST-B100RH is a collaboration model created with professional basketball player Rui Hachimura, based on the GST-B100. It is the first collab model since the signing of a partnership agreement […]
Frankly, I am numb by so-called special edition and collaboration products that has nothing by just a logo or two. But this, the G-Shock MRG-B2000SH Shougeki-Maru Watch, renewed my faith with special edition watch.
The second G-Shock x Transformers Watch was sold out quickly when it was released last year. For those who missed it, you’ll be glad that Casio has released the Shock x Transformers DW-5600TF19-SET in limited quantities.
Here’s an interesting edition of G-Shock watch not you probably won’t be able to get outside of Japan. It is a collaborative G-Shock timepiece by NEXUS VII. and Casio G-Shock for Japanese label, Urban Research.
Casio collaboration with Honda is not new. In fact, recently, it had revealed the third Honda Racing watch. However, this latest collaboration is not an EDIFICE and neither is it related to motorsports. It’s a G-Shock GRAVITYMASTER and it is with Honda wholly-owned aviation company, HondaJet.