G-Shock Japan offers expanded limited-time restoration service for vintage square models

G-Shock Restoration Service Kikuo Ibe Message

In 2018, G-Shock Japan offered a restoration service for vintage DW-5000C and DW-5600C watches. An expanded limited-time restoration service is now available for more vintage square models.

The service costs 10,560 yen per watch (plus return shipping fee) and includes the replacement of the bezel, band, and battery. The service also includes a special display box featuring a message from G-Shock creator Kikuo Ibe. The service will run from October 5, 2021, to January 18, 2022, and is available in Japan only.

The eligible G-Shock models include the following: DW-5000C, WW-5100C, DW-5200C, WW-5300C, DW-5600C, DW-5800C, DW-1983, SWC-05.

For complete details and the application link (in Japanese), visit gshock.casio.com/jp/restore.

It may be possible for overseas customers to apply by using a proxy shipping service that provides the user with a unique Japanese mailing address, but we are unable to recommend any. During the 2018 restoration service, Hong Kong store Watch Outz offered a proxy service for it, but we don’t know if they will be offering it again. (Update: They are.)

G-Shock Japan offers expanded limited-time restoration service for vintage square models

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Frog
Frog
13 days ago

Wow, that is exciting! I do hope Casio broaden the scope of this service.

Steven
Steven
13 days ago

What about the display and/ or case? I heard last time they did replace these parts also?

Watch Outz Hong Kong
Watch Outz Hong Kong
12 days ago

Yes, we still do. Please contact us should you need any assistance