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.
Two of Casio G-Shock‘s latest collabs are sure to please anime fans. Revealed in Japan on the same day, on June 17, are the G-Shock x Dragon Ball Z and G-Shock x One Piece GA-110-based collaborative wrist watches.
Green and purple seems like the reference to most Evangelion collaborative product. Not the Evangelion x G-Shock DW6900 Watch, though. Well, at least not all of it. Instead, the Evangelion x G-Shock DW6900 Watch is a predominantly black timepiece with hints of bright green and purple.
Casio has a trio of all-new G-LIDE timepieces that will have surfers who want to be on top of their covered – non-skill-wise, obviously. A watch can’t make anyone surf any better, but the knowledge of tide information, as well as measurement functions will benefit surfers when it comes to polishing their skill.
Diving enthusiasts, both amateur and professional, no longer need to watch in envy at land adventurers who had the analog Casio G-Shock Mudmaster because, Casio’s dive watch Frogman is just went analog.
What is it with these collaborations that constantly sold out in a jiffy? The latest to fly off the shelves is this collaborative timepiece by Casio G-Shock and South Korea street wear/collab-obsessed label thisisneverthat.
Space geeks, commemorate decades of space exploration and groundbreaking discovery with this limited edition Casio G-Shock timepiece. This DW5600-based custom timepiece features prominent marks of NASA that any space enthusiast will be proud to slap on his or her wrist.
Remember the Casio G-Shock G-Squad GBD-H1000 that we were pretty pumped about? Well, it is known just as GBDH1000 in stateside and under the G-Shock Move collection. So, yeah. It is available outside of Japan.