With Casio’s latest announcements in March, we thought we had identified all the previously unknown watches spotted at the recent product exhibition in Japan, but there seems to be one final mystery that remains.
In a new video from G-Shock EU showcasing the GST-B300 and MTG-B1000VL, some large posters are seen in the background. These posters are promoting the professional line of Master of G watches, with the Rangeman on the left, the new analog Frogman GWF-A1000 in the middle, and the unknown watch on the right, with an image of a plane above it. From the shape of it, the watch appears to be a Gravitymaster GWR-B1000, so it is probably not an all-new model. It does look to have a different color scheme than previous models, and on the lower band, below the “Triple G Resist” label, is an unknown marking. This is where the usual “Multi Band 6, Tough Solar, and Carbon Fiber” labels are on a GWR-B1000. The plane on the poster looks like a HondaJet, and this marking looks like it is the HondaJet logo. So, it looks like this is a GWR-B1000 collaboration with HondaJet. (A HondaJet Elite plane was previously used in marketing material when the GWR-B1000 first launched.)
As usual, we’ll be on the lookout for any new information about this watch.
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