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G-Shock adds basic blue, beige, and white to the GA-2100 series

G-Shock adds blue, beige, and white to the GA-2100 series

August will be a “CasiOak” bonanza, with ten new G-Shock 2100 series watches slated for release. We previously covered the all-new stainless steel metal-covered GM-2100 and GM-S2100 series, which make up seven models. The remaining three are basic colorways of the resin and carbon GA-2100 series, which is also known as the slimmest current G-Shock watch for men.

The similarity to the Royal Oak is the result of combining the octagonal bezel of the origin 5000/5600 series with a round analog display. Casio’s intention was to embody the spirit and functionality of the classic 5000 series in a mid-sized analog-digital version, and they greatly succeeded with a watch that is lightweight, comfortable, and stylish.

The three new models include the blue GA-2100-2A, the beige GA-2100-5A, and the white GA-2100-7A. They will be released in Japan and most likely Asia and other regions. G-Shock U.K. has all three models listed as coming soon for £99 each.

Update: The white GA2100-7A ($99) is being released in the U.S. All three models are being released in Europe.

G-Shock blue GA-2100-2A, beige GA-2100-5A, white GA-2100-7A

G-Shock GA-2100-2A:

G-SHOCK GA-2100-2A

GA-2100-2AJF (JP) on Amazon GA-2100-2AJF (JP) on eBay

G-Shock GA-2100-5A:

G-SHOCK GA-2100-5A

GA-2100-5AJF (JP) on Amazon GA-2100-5AJF (JP) on eBay

G-Shock GA-2100-7A:

G-SHOCK GA-2100-7A

GA-2100-7AJF (JP) on Amazon GA-2100-7AJF (JP) on eBay

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David
David
13 days ago

According to this video https://youtu.be/IBU0iXEGj3k
These 3 models are made in China, I was not aware of that. Are others ga2100 assembled in China as well?