Casio G-SHOCK is the go-to for all your watch needs, but the timepiece lords are taking things to another level with the luxe Full Metal 5000 Collection.
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 pattern. The Grid Tunnel finish of this model adds a new modern touch to the.For the first challenge in realising the GMW-B5000TB, Casio would’ve had to source for the right titanium alloy to work with that would survive the machining process necessary for the complex DW-5000 case and withstand the slew of torture tests that prototypes must survive in order to be called a G-SHOCK.This latest addition to G-SHOCK’s shock-resistant family is the, the first watch in the square-shaped 5000 series to use Titanium for its main exterior components. Titanium has been used for all its main components: case, band, bezel, case-back, and buttons. Since Titanium is much lighter than Stainless steel, the new model is 57 grams.
Casio G-Shock GW-5000. In heavy metal case, the first model DW-5000 which adopted the screw back, appeared equipped with the latest technology. In unfavorable full metal case in the reception difficult through the radio waves, and while adopting the screw back to become a massive, it has realized the installation of multi-band 6 to receive the standard radio waves of the world six stations.
G-Shock is a line of watches manufactured by Japanese electronics company Casio, designed to resist mechanical shock and vibration.G-Shock is an abbreviation for Gravitational Shock. The watches in the G-Shock line are designed primarily for sports, military and outdoors-oriented activities; nearly all G-shocks are digital or a combination of analog and digital and have a stopwatch feature.
Now for 2018 G-SHOCK introduces additions to the new exterior, new structure, and new module GMW-B5000 lineup, equipped with a Connected Engine. The full-metal hard stainless steel cases and the bezels of these two models have ion-plated finishes in either black or gold. The cases and band also feature hairline finishes to maximize the elegance.
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The Full Metal series is also available in different colours for people who don’t like gold. This watch is a fully functioning G-Shock that is built to withstand all the extremes of any other G-Shock watch. The bracelet uses spring bars instead of traditional pins which makes it easy to adjust with minimal tools. There are also 4 micro.
Casio G-Shock GW-5000. After the introduction of the G-Shock DW-5000C, the model was slightly changed with a different module and dial in 1987. The type indication became DW-5600C. The G-Shock still had a solid metal inner casing which was placed in a plastic outer case with much space to damp eventual shocks towards the movement. Then in 1996.
Most recently, in 2019, Casio introduced the use of carbon to forge G-SHOCK watches. However, as the DW-5000C is the original face of G-SHOCK, the collecting community is always excited to see new audacious executions of the signature square case. This is clearly evident in the reaction that the G-SHOCK Full Metal garnered when it launched in 2018.
It has been 35 years since the introduction of the DW-5000C onto the world watch market. Now for 2018 G-SHOCK introduces additions to the new exterior, new structure, and new module with the GMW-B5000 lineup, equipped with a Connected Engine.
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Casio introduces the next Full Metal G-SHOCK with a laser etched grid design inspired by the concept of a time tunnel that connects the past with the future. G-SHOCK first launched their all metal GMW-B5000 in 2018. Since then the brand has ventured into various different directions to create ever more refreshing takes on the watch.
Casio’s G-Shock has been releasing a number of variants lately, and now the Casio Full Metal 5000 G-Shock is adding blue to its lineup. The colours for the watches, which appear on the main body of the watch, are achieved through a process of ion plating, which results in a wide array of possible colours.The metal cases feature hairline and mirror finishes on the bezels, while the band is.
This laser-engraved model is a new variation on the full-metal square-face GMWB5000 that inherits plenty of the DNA of the original G-SHOCK DW5000C. The surface of the stainless steel case and band of the base model GMWB5000D is given a black IP finish, which is then laser etched to create an innovative Grid Tunnel pattern. The Grid Tunnel finish of this model adds a new modern touch to the.
The watch in question is the G-Shock Full Metal 5000 GMW-B5000TFG-9. A Franken offspring of the cult classic Casio Databank aka Calculator Watch and DW-5000 G-Shock, which first debuted in 1983. Is the case with almost every G-Shock, it rarely goes unnoticed. The gold, however, is another curveball entirely.
Casio G-Shock has designed a Full Metal 5000 collection that features a modern design with a vintage aesthetic. The 49mm black ion-plated stainless steel case is complete with a black dial and digital display protected by mineral glass. Powered by a solar battery, this watch uses Bluetooth technology to maintain accurate time from an online server. The soft black resin strap coordinates with.