G-Shock GMW-B5000D Full Metal Watch

Sep 10, 2018

Category: Gear

Casio’s first G-Shock ever was released back in 1983. Now, they’re going back to their roots and giving the original DW-5000C model with its symbolic square face a limited edition update.

Packed inside the classic silhouette of the GMW-B5000D is a variety of advanced functions. This includes a full-auto LED super illuminator backlight, a film solar panel, an STN LCD, and a G-Shock smartphone app. In addition, the watch boasts G-Shock’s Multi-band 6 Atomic Timekeeping Technology, providing you with the precise time wherever you are via Bluetooth and radio signals from six different transmitters around the world. It’s also tougher than ever with a full-metal shock-resistant structure, as well as a new internal structure that utilizes fine-resin cushioning material that’s made to neutralize the powerful impact of a higher drop. The watch is also water resistant up to 200m. Grab this high-tech, all-metal timepiece right now.

Purchase: $500

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