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3 New Quad Sensor Gulfmasters: GWN-Q1000A-2A, GWN-Q1000GB-1A, GWN-Q1000MCA-1B

G-Shock Gulfmaster GWN-Q1000A-2AJF GWN-Q1000GB-1AJF GWN-Q1000MCA-1BJF

March 2018 – G-Shock Japan is releasing three new G-Shock GWN-Q1000 Gulfmaster watches featuring the Quad Sensor. These models include the blue GWN-Q1000A-2AJF (left), black and gold GWN-Q1000GB-1AJF (middle), and black and silver GWN-Q1000MCA-1BJF (right) with composite band.

The GWN-Q1000 series is one of the most advanced G-Shock watches available and features Tough Solar power, Mutli-Band 6 automatic radio timekeeping, and the Quad Sensor which includes an altimeter/baromter, compass, thermometer, and water depth meter. The GWN-Q1000 series is the only G-Shock watch with the Quad Sensor, and the only G-Shock other than the Frogman GWF-D1000 with a depth gauge.

G-Shock GWN-Q1000A-2A

The GWN-Q1000A-2AJF has a blue bezel, black IP bezel ring, and blue bands. List price is ¥78,000 JPY.

G-Shock GWN-Q1000A-2A Gulfmaster

GWN-Q1000A-2AJF on eBay

G-Shock GWN-Q1000GB-1A

The GWN-Q1000GB-1AJF has a black bezel, gold IP bezel ring, and black bands. List price is ¥83,000 JPY.

G-Shock GWN-Q1000GB-1A Gulfmaster

GWN-Q1000GB-1AJF on Amazon GWN-Q1000GB-1AJF on eBay

G-Shock GWN-Q1000MCA-1B Gulfmaster

The GWN-Q1000MCA-1BJF has a black bezel, silver bezel ring, and black bands. This model has a composite band made of stainless steel and resin that is micro-adjustable without tools up to 31 millimeters, a feature previously seen in the GWN-Q1000MC-1A and GWN-Q1000MC-1A2. List price is ¥105,000 JPY.

G-Shock GWN-Q1000MCA-1B Gulfmaster

GWN-Q1000MCA-1BJF on Amazon GWN-Q1000MCA-1BJF on eBay

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Juan Lee
Juan Lee

Whats the difference between the 2018 and the 2016 versions?

G-Central
G-Central

It’s the same, just different colors and bands here.

Juan Lee
Juan Lee

OK, so whats the status of the issues reported with this watch? https://www.g-central.com/gulfmaster-gwn-q1000-defect-reported/

I’m going to Japan in a few week and looking to get one.

G-Central
G-Central

Someone said the defect was supposedly resolved by April 2017 (but we have no official confirmation), so these three models should be okay.

DAVID
DAVID

GWN-Q1000MCA-1B, Does this model come with a black rubber/resin band or the stainless steel link band? I prefer the rubber/resin and do you know if it comes with the stainless steel band, can that be replaced?

G-Central
G-Central

It’s a composite band. I believe it has resin links with stainless steel inner parts and a stainless steel clasp. You can replace the band.

Tom
Tom

Is there any known issues with the GWN-Q1000-7A (white model) from 2016?

G-Central
G-Central

That was one of the first models so it could probably have the defect, but not all watches had the defect. The defect was allegedly resolved by April 2017.

Gulfmaster GWN-Q1000 defect reported


I think the safest one to buy now would be the GWN-Q1000A-1AJF which is still in production and sold in Japan.

Suhymee
Suhymee

GWNQ 1000 has another issue. Dead pixels on the LCD display. I had changed the whole module once while under warranty. Now it happened AGAIN. Too bad my warranty had expired and Casio wanted $500 for a new module. The price of almost a new watch. I took it back without repair. Avoid this GWNQ 1000