Casio is calling the new color schemes on the GA710 “garish” but we just call them “awesome.” The B-Boy inspired gloss black and gold metallic is our fave, but the black/silver and black/blue semi-matte designs are slick too.
Casio’s G-Shock line kicks off its 30th anniversary with the release of the Rising Red collection: four commemorative editions of previous models decked in Iron Man-like scarlet and gold colors.
An extra large watch with an bold and eye-catching colorway – glossy black resin band with a lustrous gold face. Has both analog and digital displays and the trademark G-Shock durability.
The GDF-100 introduces a brand new case design to the G-Shock line to accommodate its front-facing pressure and temperature sensors. The watch can display both temperature and altitude at once.
The latest and largest member of the G-Shock series. Dubbed the “King Of G-Shock”, the Casio GX56 ($150) is shock and mud resistant and has a scratch resistant mineral glass face.
Taking design cues from aircraft flight panel indicators, the new G-Aviation watch features a larger case, multi-band 6 atomic timekeeping, solar power and centrifugal force and shock resistance.
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