This G-Shock is Made from Solid Gold Sale

Three years later teasing a solid gold Casio G-Shock, the Japanese electronics giant has unveiled a limited edition G-Shock G-D5000-9JR in Gold. The opinion marks the G-Shock’s 35th anniversary and is limited to only 35 pieces. Since its launch in 1983,Casio’s G-Shock versions have become synonymous with toughness and pragmatism. In 2017, it chalked up a significant milestone selling over 100 million watches.
The gold G-Shock started off as a”dream project” of the watch’s creator Kikou Ibe. In accordance with Ibe, it was his dream to combine G-Shock’s”ultimate toughness” with a material like gold, which he considers an”ultimate metal”. We got a glimpse of concept gold watch in 2017 during the brand’s 35th anniversary jamboree in New York City.
It can be recalled that last year in Baselworld, G-Shock unveiled a trio of”complete metal G-Shocks”. The GMW-B5000 to indicate its 35th anniversary and it immediately became one of the most talked about watches in the fair. Three complete stainless steel versions were introduced — just one in regular stainless steel (GMW-B5000D-1), a gold-plated version (GMW-B5000TFG-9 ) and also a special edition black DLC-coated version for Western merchant Porter (GMW-B5000TFC-1). All three watches carried the G-Shock 35th anniversary emblem on the caseback. It is paired with a yellow gold incorporated bracelet attached to the situation through triple lugs. This distributes the stress across four points rather than two for greater durability.

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The watch features Tough Solar charging and features a negative screen display unlike the concept watch. It includes Casio’s Multi Band 6 radio technology for accurate timekeeping. Accurate time is obtained through terrestrial radio wave reception from six transmission stations worldwide. The Casio  watch is currently only accessible via G-Shock boutiques in Japan. Reservations can be made starting May 15 via website and deliveries will occur every month until the end of the year.

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