By far the best selling watch in history, having crossed the 100 million unit mark in 2017, the Casio G-Shock made its debut in 1983 as the DW-5000, characterised by its oblong bezel and brick-pattern dial. The 5000-series has become a mainstay of the collection, and for its 35th anniversary Casio has rolled out the first all-metal 5000-series G-Shock.
Combine heritage and cutting-edge technology with this Casio G-Shock watch. Since the 1983 release of the original G-SHOCK DW-5000C, the 5000 series has stayed true to the square-shaped pedigree which has become a style icon. This new addition is packed with technological features that will set a new standard for watchmaking. The watch comes in.
The DW-5600E is not the iconic original G-Shock, though you wouldn’t know from looking at it. The 5600 series first hit the scene in 1987 and has been in production in one form or another since then, and the current iteration is pretty much the most basic G-Shock you can buy. Save for a few small details here or there, it’s incredibly similar to the original but uses a plastic case in.
Casio original box, Worldwide one year warranty; The overwhelmingly popular first generation model DW-5000 was debuted equipped with the latest technology. It has a highly efficient Tough Solar solar system that can charge with even the faintest amount of light, using solar cells that can take the same amount of shock as the G-shock.
The 6900 series, you cannot mention G-SHOCK without touching on its line of unforgettable collections: the 6900 series. With its rounded form a departure from the squared design of the original DW-5000 model, the series won fans as a “Triple Graph” model upon its 1995 debut and has steadfastly remained just as popular to this day. New designs and features drawn from global cultures make.
This laser-engraved model is a new variation on the full-metal square-face GMW-B5000 that inherits plenty of the DNA of the original G-SHOCK DW-5000C. The surface of the stainless steel case and band of the base model GMW-B5000D is given a black IP finish, which is then laser etched to create an innovative Grid Tunnel.
Mr. Kikuo Ibe never expected to be world famous, but famous he is: he's the man who invented the Casio G-Shock. At first, he hardly seems like the sort of person who could develop the world's toughest watch. He's slightly built, slim, soft-spoken, and bespectacled, which seems a little incongruous until you remember that G-Shock is as much an engineering achievement as a horological one, and.
The DW-5000, the watch that was the origin of G-SHOCK, has been reborn as the full-metal model GMW-B5000. Features include a new shock-resistant bezel structure and a hard stainless-steel band material, with Smartphone Link and other advanced functions also installed.