G-Shock has announced a new three-piece collection of analog-digital wristwatches designed around the same theme.
Like the G-Shock Transparent Series that was released earlier this year, Casio has made another collection, with each piece sold separately, but connected by their similar aesthetics.
These are existing references, with the GA2100, GA700, and GA900 as the base — offered in a new look. Featuring black resin cases and straps, each watch has blue-violet accents highlighting the dials and bezels.
The GA2100VB-1A has an octagonal bezel and thin case featuring a carbon core guard structure, as well a unique light fade out feature on the dial, while the GA700VB-1A and GA900VB-1A both sport large, rugged cases with metallic dials, and hand shift functions, and more. Additionally, the GA900VB-1A also has black ion-plated screws at the corners of its bezel.
All three of the watches has dual LED backlights for enhanced readability, as well as G-Shock’s standard ultra-high shock resistance, 200 meters of water resistance, 5 Daily Alarms (GA700/GA900 with SNZ Alarm), a 1/100 Stopwatch, a Countdown Timer (GA2100: 24Hr; GA700/GA900: 1Hr), a World Time function (31 Time Zones, 48 Cities+UTC), and a Full Auto Calendar.
The GA2100VB-1A will retail for $99, the GA700VB-1A will retail for $110, and the GA900VB-1A will retail for $140. All three models will be available for purchase in mid-November at select G-Shock retailers, the G-Shock store in SoHo, and at gshock.com.
Photos by G-Shock.