The GA-700 series was arguably G-Shock’s most significant new release of 2016. Featuring the first front-facing Super Illuminator light button on an affordable analog-digital G-Shock, a classically rugged exterior, and an estimated 5-year battery life, the GA-700 is a versatile back-to-basics model that appeals to streetwear fashion, extreme sports, or on-the-job use. The GA-700 is now one of our Top 15 Best G-Shock Watches.
G-Shock Japan announced the GA-710 series and two new GA-700 models for a February 2017 release. The GA-710 has the same exterior design and module as the GA-700 series. The difference appears to be the GA-710’s shiny metallic-style face and light button. G-Shock Japan describes this as a “Garish Color” series. The GA-710 models include the half-matte black and silver GA-710-1AJF, half-matte black and blue GA-710-1A2JF, and the glossy black and gold GA-710GB-1AJF. The blue GA-700-2AJF and white GA-700-7AJF round out the new GA-700 additions.
Update: Casio America announced the GA710-1A (list price $130), GA710-1A2 (list price $130), GA710GB-1A (list price $150), GA700-2A (list price $99), and GA700-7A (list price $99) for a March 2017 release.
The GA-710-1AJF is matte black with a silver face. List price is ¥16,500 JPY.
The GA-710-1A2JF is matte black with a blue face. List price is ¥16,500 JPY.
G-Shock GA-710GB-1A Black and Gold
The GA-710GB-1AJF is glossy black with a gold face. List price is ¥18,500 JPY.
G-Shock GA-700-2A and GA-700-7A
The GA-700-2AJF is matte blue and the GA-700-7AJF is matte white. List price is ¥14,500 JPY each.
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