This week G-Shock debuted a sand and surf-themed watch collection called the Hidden Coast Series.
Based on three existing G-Shock wristwatches — the analog-digital GA2000, the slim octagonal GA2100, and the GA900 — the collection features new clear, sand, and earth-toned colorways.
The GA900 (pictured top) comes in two versions with matte resin cases and bezels. The GA900HC-3A has an olive-green bezel, beige and olive-green band with orange accents on the dial while the GA900HC-5A has a beige bezel, black and beige band, and yellow accents on the dial. The GA900 models have a 7-year battery life and an interchangeable band.
Using a Carbon Core Guard structure to protect the inner module, along with a double-layer caseback, the GA2000HC comes in two versions. The GA2000HC-3A comes with an orange bezel and green band while the GA2000HC-7A has a translucent bezel with a blue case and white band.
The final of three series is the GA2100HC (aka the “Casio Oak”), which is available in two versions. The GA2100HC-2A, has a clear white bezel, a blue translucent band, and a blue and white dial, and the GA2100HC-4A has an olive green bezel, orange translucent band, with orange accents on the dial. This slim case design also has a Carbon Core Guard structure for enhanced strength and shock resistance.
The GA900HC-3A/5A ($130) will be available for purchase starting May 19th, while the GA2000HC-7A/3A ($130) and GA2100HC-4A/2A ($110) will be available for purchase at the end of May at select G-Shock retailers and on gshock.com.
Photos by Casio.