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A model from the G-SHOCK black and gold series, continuing the pursuit of toughness. Uses the GA-110 as the base model, which has original functions and design. Equipped with a speedometer and featuring a three-dimensional face design with small parts in layers. Coloring is an energetic glossy gold on a characteristically rustic G-SHOCK all-black body. The glossy paint over the entire body and the texture of the mirror treatment applied all over combine to create a gorgeous, cool design. A G-SHOCK that combines technology and advanced design.
A new trendsetter, when digital was mainstream for youth-oriented models of the day, the GA-110 was designed to present an analog model like nothing the world had ever seen before. It was a turning point that set the historical trajectory of the ever-evolving G-SHOCK brand into serious motion.
The year 2020 saw the appearance of the GM-110, featuring a metal-clad exterior. Heir to the identity of the GA-110 with its large case size and mechanistic face, the GM-110 presents a legitimate evolutionary progression with its ever-more-industrial semblance.
A series with roots in Steampunk, a popular sci-fi genre with subcultural appeal, where gargantuan structures encompassing powerful steam engines and complex, intricate control mechanisms exude senses of heft and bulk. With inspiration drawn from Steampunk’s retro-futuristic vision integrating street sense with technological savvy, the concept of a steam-powered G-SHOCK was born.
Going back to zero in development, and pursuing every minute detail, delivered a design that set the series apart from any conventional analog model. Staggering repetitions of shock resistance-focused trial and error led to new part molding and configuration.
Case sizes were among the largest in the G-SHOCK line. Rivet-style design throughout made for a powerful, rugged look, while the dial featured four-layer lamination. A pairing of gear-shaped hands with a steam engine shaft-inspired Y-shaped part lent a mechanistic edge to the face. The increased number of intricately detailed parts—achieved with original Casio processes—enabled multi-color exteriors as well.
The GA-110 made its debut in 2010 with a hyper-complex look that rapidly won over young people worldwide. It went on to develop into a dazzling array of variations and collaborative efforts involving a range of cultural influences. Ten years on from its inception, the GA-110 has carved out an unshakeable iconic status for itself as a top G-SHOCK seller worldwide.
With its distinctive design, inventive color variations and diverse record of collaboration,
the GA-110—now in its tenth year since inception—boasts top G-SHOCK sales worldwide.
Keeping pace with the times. Keeping pace with culture.
The model continues to share its spirit of toughness with the world.
The first model, with fluorescent color scheme.
Multi-color design achieved with a laminated look in dial parts.
Metallic gold coating applied comprehensively.
Polarized ink coating displays different coloration depending on angle of viewing.
Bringing out leather-like textures in resin with precision molding.
Attractive indices with four natural diamonds.
Camouflage patterning achieved with dimensional multi-angle printing.
The textures of sweatshirt fleece achieved with multi-angle printing.
A punch processing is applied to the two-tone molded band.
Model developed in collaboration with G-SHOCK MAN, featuring a distinctive, vivid color scheme.
Model developed in collaboration with graphic designer Eric Haze.
Model developed in collaboration with NY accessory brand Dee and Ricky.
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