According to G-Shock Japan, the following models are in “end of production” status and will not be made anymore. From what we’ve seen in the past, this status also applies worldwide, though some models may still be available for a while if retail stock levels are high. Being discontinued does not mean that the watch was unpopular or a failure, as many popular models are often discontinued not long after their release and most G-Shock releases are not produced indefinitely. (This list excludes some models that were known to be limited editions.)
GA-2100VB-1AJF: A very recent model from the Virtual Blue Series.
GWG-2000-1A5JF: One of the debut G-Shock Mudmaster GWG-2000 models.
DW-5900TS-4JF: An attractive orange version of the retro “Walter,” featuring a translucent face.
GA-900BEP-8AJR: A known limited edition and one of the nicest G-Shock collaboration designs of the year.
GA-900TS-4AJF: With translucent bezel, beige and orange fabric band, and 7-year battery.
GMW-B5000PB-6JF: “Tokyo Twilight” edition with purple and blue-gray ion plating.
GST-B400X-1A4JF: With carbon fiber bezel and black resin band.
GA-2100-2AJF: This basic blue “CasiOak” was released in Europe but not the U.S.
DW-6900WS-2JF: A mixed-molded model inspired by the ocean.
GA-2000HC-3AJF: With orange and green translucent bezel and band that has the look of frosted sea glass.
GA-2000HC-7AJF: With frosted white translucent bezel and band and blue frame.