• Sunday, 24 February 2019

Casio G-SHOCK Continues 35th Anniversary Celebration With Release Of New Skeleton Gold Collection

DOVER, N.J: Casio G-SHOCK unveils an all-new, limited edition men's watch collection in celebration of the brand's 35th anniversary.

Featuring four of G-SHOCK's most popular silhouettes, including the DW5000, DW5700, GA700 and GA800, the collection boasts a unique translucent band and bezel as well as gold IP accents on the dial, buckle, band keeper and case back, which also display the G-SHOCK 35th anniversary logo.

Nodding to G-SHOCK's brand heritage and original case design from the 1980's, both the DW5035E and DW5735E feature screw-lock case backs and a stainless steel strap keeper in case sizes of 42.8mm and 45.4mm. In addition, the DW5035E boasts G-SHOCK's iconic brick pattern on the display - providing an additional vintage element to the timepiece.

Separately, the GA735E and GA835E models feature a front button design for easy access to a super LED light and a unique hand retract function - in case sizes of 53.4 and 48.6mm. The GA735E also boasts a five year battery and 3D bold hands, while the GA835 includes a 3-hand combination and 120 LAP memory.

Each model within the Skeleton Gold collection also come equipped with standard G-SHOCK technology such as:

200M water resistance
Shock resistance
World time
Daily alarm(s)
1/100th stopwatch and countdown timer
Full auto calendar
12 and 24 hour time formats

The DW5035E-7 and DW5735E-7 will retail for $220 each, while the GA735E-7A and GA835-7A will retail for $160 each. All four models will be available for purchase beginning in October at select G-SHOCK retailers including Macy's, the G-SHOCK Soho Store, and gshock.com.

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