Here are the current best-selling G-Shock sports watches at Amazon.com. (Turn off ad blockers to see the images and links.)

Updated: January 2019

1. G-Shock DW-9052-1CCG – The DW-9052-1CCG is based on the popular DW-9052 favored for military use and has a stealthy reverse LCD display.

2. G-Shock DW5600E-1V – The DW5600E is always one of the top selling G-Shock watches and also one of the most affordable. The DW5600 is modeled after the original G-Shock watch from 1983 and has a timeless design that never goes out of style.


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3. G-Shock GA100-1A1 – This large 51.2mm-wide analog-digital hybrid watch is a modern classic that revived the G-Shock brand in the 2010s. This model is a simple stealthy black with high-contrast white hands and is a popular choice for law enforcement.

4. G-Shock GG-1000-1A5 Mudmaster – The GG-1000-1A5 is a slightly smaller and more affordable Mudmaster model featuring the Twin Sensor (thermometer and compass).


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5. G-Shock G100-1BV – The G100-1BV is a basic mid-sized analog-digital model and is a good choice as a weekend watch for outdoor activities.

6. G-Shock GD100-1B – The GD100-1B is a large-case digital model with a stealthy reverse LCD display and an impressive 7-year estimated battery life.


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7. G-Shock GW-9400-1 Rangeman – The GW-9400-1 Rangeman is one of the most rugged and advanced G-Shock watches with Tough Solar/Multi-Band 6, mud resistance, and the Triple Sensor (altimeter-barometer, compass, thermometer). It is also one of the best values for a G-Shock watch.


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8. G-Shock DW6900-1V – The DW6900-1V is a classic model from the 1990s that has a front-facing EL backlight button. It is a popular choice for military use and is the successor to the DW-6600 “Navy Seal G-Shock.”


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