Proceeding with the festivals of its 40th Commemoration, Casio's G-SHOCK name has uncovered a joint effort with Japan-based Yoshida and Co. sack brand Watchman. The delivery incorporates a full-metal restricted version GM-B2100 and a co-marked multipurpose sack.
While the restricted version model depends on the octagon-formed simple model GM-B2100, it takes dial motivation from the DW-5000, with colors like red, blue and gold giving a retro vibe.
Furthermore, the bezel and band are covered with dark IP and afterward to some degree stripped off utilizing a matured interaction to make a pre-troubled look. Other plan contemplations incorporate the hands being beautified with beige glow, further highlighting the matured idea.
Outstandingly, the watch likewise includes a 40th-commemoration logo, planned by Eric Murkiness, engraved on the back cover and the shock oppose mark engraved on the clasp.
Going with the restricted version watch is a co-marked pack, created by Doorman. Involving the GM-B2100 as motivation, the pack includes an octagonal base. Different subtleties incorporate 2-way usefulness, thickly woven water-repellent Ventile texture, an embellished calfskin 40th-commemoration symbol and co-marked outside patches.
The set is supposed to deliver on November 10 through select Doorman areas in Japan and by means of Yoshida's true site, for a retail cost of ¥184,800 JPY or $1,235 USD.
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