G-Shock Pearl Blue Neon Accent Collection

G-Shock GA-110PC-1AJF GA-700PC-1AJF GAW-100PC-1AJF AWG-M100SPC-1AJF GW-M5610PC-1JF

G-Shock Japan announced a new dual-layer band neon-accent color series for September, the PC Pearl Blue Collection. This five-piece series features neon blue dial rings, hands, and inner bands inspired by house and techno music and the colorful lights of rave parties in the 1990s. The watches also have dark reverse LCD displays and a subtle pale pink or purplish accent on their faces which represents the light intersecting the dark. Three of these watches are large-case models and two are mid-size, with three Tough Solar/Multi-Band 6 models.

The collection includes the GA-110PC-1AJF (top left), GA-700PC-1AJF (top middle), GAW-100PC-1AJF (top right), AWG-M100SPC-1AJF (bottom left), and GW-M5610PC-1JF (bottom right). It’s currently uncertain which models will get an international release outside of Japan but we’re guessing at the least the GA-110PC-1A and GA-700PC-1A will.

Update: The GA-110PC-1A, GA-700PC-1A, and GAS-100PC-1A (Tough Solar without Multi-Band 6) are October 2017 releases in Asia.

G-Shock GA-110PC-1AJF: Based on the large-case GA-110.

G-Shock GA-110PC-1A Neon Blue

G-Shock GA-700PC-1AJF: Based of the large-case GA-700 with front LED light button.

G-Shock GA-700PC-1A Neon Blue

G-Shock GAW-100PC-1AJF: Based on the large-case GAW-100 with Tough Solar and Multi-Band 6.

G-Shock GAW-100PC-1A Neon Blue

G-Shock AWG-M100SPC-1AJF: Based on the mid-size AWG-M100 with Tough Solar and Multi-Band 6.

G-Shock AWG-M100SPC-1A Neon Blue

G-Shock GW-M5610PC-1JF: Based on the mid-size GW-M5610 with Tough Solar and Multi-Band 6.

G-Shock GW-M5610PC-1 Neon Blue

G-Shock Neon Pearl Blue Collection

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5 years ago

I have purchased several GAS-100PC-1A from 3rd parties listed on Amazon.com, and none of them were able to get fully charged, even after having each watch to receive more than 36 hours of light exposures from both natural sunlight as well as LED lights. Anyone has this problem?

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