Taking on a two-tone aesthetic pairing black with gold, the new timepiece comes with a highly scratch-resistant ion-plated bezel with contrasting buttons, buckle, and dial components to offer a sleek yet eye-catching watch. Neo-Brite luminous hands and a super LED provide greater legibility in dark environments, while the company’s Tough Solar Power technology ensures that your watch will keep its batteries charged whenever you’re out and about.
As usual, you can also expect the whole roster of features standard to G-SHOCK, including exceptional shock resistance, 200M water resistance, Bluetooth connectivity with the company’s smartphone app, a world time or dual time display, a stopwatch and countdown timer, a date indicator, a daily alarm, and a fully-automatic calendar. Completing the package is a black polyurethane band providing both function and style.
For those interested, the new gold-accented G-SHOCK GST-B100GC-1A will be available at the end of this month, retailing for $420 USD over on the watchmaker’s website.
Elsewhere in watches, Swatch has released a six-watch MoMA collaboration capsule.