Five Frogman GWF-A1000 models listed as active again

The analog Frogman series no longer appears to be discontinued.

We recently reported that all models of the G-Shock Frogman GWF-A1000 series were in “End of Production” (i.e. discontinued) status, which presumably meant that the series as a whole was discontinued. That is no longer the case, as there are now five models that are listed as active again, according to the official G-Shock Japan database. These include the three debut models (GWF-A1000-1AJF, GWF-A1000-1A2JF, GWF-A1000-1A4JF), the blue and black GWF-A1000C-1AJF with composite band, and the GWF-A1000XC-1AJF with carbon fiber bezel and composite band.

This is the first time that we’ve seen any G-Shock models go from “End of Production” back to an active status, and we do not know why this occurred.

We also recently reported on the Gulfmaster GWN-Q1000 series being discontinued, and that status remains unchanged.

(Thanks to Gary K. for the tip.)

FROGMAN-GWF-A1000-ACTIVE

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Franky Cleef
Franky Cleef
3 months ago

Let’s hope they are the last analog Casio Frogman, and stop with the failed experiments. In my opinion and that of many other Casio fans a true Frogman is digital and the technology exists to make it another success as it was and is the GWF-D1000. To date the best Frogman ever.