Wu-Tang teams collaborates with G-Shock for a variation of the popular DW-6900 model. Black and yellow colors featured here, appropriately associating with RZA, Ghostface and others, with of course, a “W” logo serving as a backlight. This is now available online and at select Casio G-Shock locations.
Check out G-Shock‘s latest watch, aligned with the Royal Air Force accompanied by new features. The G-Shock GW-A1000RAF-1AJR is highlighted by its signature “Triple G Resist” construction, and boasts a new temperature indicator, one-touch Zulu time display, a 24-hour atomic timekeeping clock, a solar-powered battery and carbon fiber details.
They’re pleased to release the Solar Military Green G-Shock collection comprised of three signature styles in a matte olive green. The GR7900KG-3, G5600KG-3 and G6900KG-3 timepieces continue to incorporate G-Shock’s brand ethos of rugged toughness with the introduction of a new color option.
The G-Shock Solar Military series features shock resistance, 200M water resistance, full auto EL backlight, world time (48 cities + UTC), 4 daily alarms and 1 snooze, 1/100th second stopwatch, countdown timer, 12/24 Hr formats and mute function. Encapsulated in a resin case with a four point bezel protection design with exposed metal screws; the GR7900KG has all of the above features in addition to tide/moon graph & data. Each watch in the series has a unique case shape making them similar but different; each style defined by the wearer’s preference of square, round or oval.
The Solar Military Green collection of mens watches will be available in April 2012 for $120 at Bloomingdales, Lord & Taylor, Macys, Tourneau, fashion boutiques and discerning jewellers as well as www.gshock.com.
Stussy and Casio G-Shock join forces to bring you this limited edition “Jason” watch. A very simple all black face and strap with a hint of Stussy branding. Also features the usual – digital timekeeping, shock resistance, 20Bar water resistance, illumination with world time, alarm, calender and stop watch functions. Now available online.
Yeah, we know the whole G-Shock phenomenon is finally a bit played out, but still — when solid drops are coming, we take notice. Japan’s atmos have linked with the perennial watchmakers in crafting a vibrant variation of the DW-6900 model. Featuring a predominantly red build, hits of blue can be seen throughout to aid in the popping-effect of the fresh timepiece. Look for the collaborative wristwear to hit select accounts some time in August.
Last month, onn Friday April 8th, G-Shock & Krink celebrated their recent partnership with a unique exhibition of Craig Costello’s work, “Spray Paint the Walls”.
The signature Krink G-Shock watch, the DW6900KR-8, was on display alongside Costello’s artwork, an abstraction inspired by his history of working with urban environments and architecture. Costello sprayed gallons of paint onto the walls filling the white space with bold color from the ceiling to the floor, the diluted-paint dripping down in vertical lines forming a pattern. The color and shapes have an organic feel that contrast with the hard lines and shapes of the urban environment. Other walls featured small framed monochrome drawings created using Krink on paper and displayed a vibrant range of color.For the private event held in downtown NYC, Brooklyn based duo CREEP and Nina Sky entertained an influential downtown crowd of artists and designers. Art, music, and drinks. Good Times!
Fully aware and in agreeance that due to the current state of over-saturation from Casio’s G-Shock, well, the models have become pretty much played out. However, that doesn’t determine my opinion on a product when I do come across something new and dope, such as this collabo between A Bathing Ape and the aforementioned timepiece company. Look for this smooth DW-5600, decked out in color camo and BAPE’s signature print atop the face, to hit the brand’s accounts later this spring. Hit the jump for another look.