The Iridescent Color Series features the first G-Shock watches with a gradated crystal finish across the full surface of the display. The rainbow vapor deposition applied to the glass expresses the changing midsummer sky at dusk by reflecting different hues depending on the viewing angle and lighting. All five models have a positive LCD display. According to Casio, the actual product may differ from the color gradation seen in the images, and due to the specially treated glass, the dial may be easier to read at certain viewing angles. Models include the black DW-5600SR-1 and skeleton DW-5600SRS-7 with the classic square case, the black GA-110SRS-1A with large case, and the black GA-2100SR-1A and skeleton GA-2100SRS-7A with slim Carbon Core Guard case.
The series will be released in June starting with Japan and Asia.
Update: G-Shock U.S. released the DW5600SR-1 ($120), DW5600SRS-7 ($130), GA110SR-1A ($140), GA2100SR-1A ($120), and GA2100SRS-7A ($130).
G-Shock DW-5600SR-1: Black mid-size digital with EL backlight. 48.9 x 42.8 x 13.4 mm and 53 grams.
G-Shock DW-5600SRS-7: Translucent mid-size digital with EL backlight. 48.9 x 42.8 x 13.4 mm and 53 grams.
G-Shock GA-110SRS-1A: Black large analog-digital with auto LED light. 55 × 51.2 × 16.9 mm and 72 grams.
G-Shock GA-2100SR-1A: Black mid-size analog-digital with dual LED light. 48.5 x 45.4 x 11.8 and 51 grams.
G-Shock GA-2100SRS-7A: Translucent mid-size analog-digital with dual LED light. 48.5 x 45.4 x 11.8 and 51 grams.
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