Wrist Shots of the Smaller G-Shock G-STEEL 300 Series

G-Shock Japan released some wrist shots of the new G-STEEL 300 Series, which is 90% the size of the original G-STEEL 100 Series. These watches are suitable for those with smaller wrists or those who prefer a more traditional size rather than the extra-large style.

The G-STEEL 300 Series watches feature an analog-digital design with stainless steel bodies, a dual-layer bezel structure, and Tough Solar power. There are five models for international release, three of which will be released in the U.S. in July 2017. The Japanese domestic market releases also have Multi-Band 6 timekeeping (seen here and designated by GST-W versus GST-S for the Tough Solar-only models).

The silver and black GST-W300-1AJF has a resin bezel and resin band…

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The blue and black GST-W300G-1A2JF has a blue IP body, resin bezel, and resin band.

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The silver GST-W310D-1AJF has a stainless steel bezel and stainless steel band…

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The black and gold GST-W300G-1A9JF has a gold IP body, resin bezel, and resin band…

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See more photos of the G-STEEL 300 Series at instagram.com/gshock_jp.

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Watch Geek
5 years ago

I liked the look of the g steel series however they were WAAAY too big for my small wrist, so I am happy, Casio decided to accommodate us small wristed folk with a smaller version :)

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