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Moving Metal - New G-SHOCK Additions to the Windup Watch Shop
Words by Ed Jelley

Every watch collection out there can benefit from a G-SHOCK. They’re tough as nails, reliable, and just plain work. No matter what you throw at them, they just manage to keep running. Whether you’re on active military duty, on a weekend adventure, or simply don't want to beat up one of your scratch-prone watches while doing some yard work, there’s a G-SHOCK out there to fit your needs.

The futuristic styling paired with a handy set of digital functions make picking up one of these watches a no-brainer. Today, we’ve added four rock-solid models to the shop, each with their own unique design and set of features.
Before we get into the new releases, make sure you’ve signed up for our Windup Rewards program. By purchasing items in the shop, you’ll accrue points that you can trade in for some nice discounts on future purchases later on.

Onto the watches…

G-SHOCK GM2100S

Borrowing its design from the super popular GA2100, the GM2100 drops the resin case in favor of all-metal construction. You still get the 200m of water resistance, thin silhouette, and shock resistance that comes in the resin version, but with an entirely new look. Available in green, gray, blue, or red, the brushed and grained dial adds a level of refinement to this Ana-Digi classic. While the case, bezel, and dial are all clad in metal, the band is crafted from a comfortable urethane resin and textured for some visual flair.


G-SHOCK “All Metal” Series

The original square G-SHOCK, rendered entirely in metal. The “All Metal” series promises what it implies — fully metal construction in an iconic form factor you know and love. The GMWB lineup of watches feature a stainless steel case and bracelet with an updated timekeeping module inside. Bluetooth connectivity ensures that your watch is always accurate via a quick daily sync. It stays charged up thanks to the integrated solar panel built into the dial, and will run for 10 months without seeing light. The GMWB5000 is available in a variety of metal finishes like steel, black, gold, rose gold, and a very interesting purple/pink they call “Tokyo Twilight”.


G-SMART “Move”

As G-SHOCK’s most technically advanced watch yet, the G-SMART “Move” is both tough and smart. Running on Google’s Wear OS, the watch features a plethora of smart workout tracking features. A 1.2 inch dual layer touch display lets you access all of the features, like starting a run or bike exercise with heart rate tracking, and much, much more. If you’ve been looking for a fitness watch that can stand up to whatever you throw at it, this smart G-SHOCK is as tough and feature-packed as they come. The case is water resistant to 200m, features shock-resistance, and a look that’s thoroughly G-SHOCK. Available Here


GDB200 “Move”

Continuing the influx of “smarter” watches, G-SHOCK’s GDB200 bridges the gap between a standard digital watch and a full-on smart watch. The “Move” lineup features a wide range of fitness and activity tracking via Bluetooth connection to your smartphone. Boasting an impressive 200m of water resistance, extreme shock resistance, hi-res memory-in-pixel screen, and a durable mineral crystal, the GDB200 still manages to be one of the thinnest G-SHOCKs in the lineup. At 45.9mm wide (they wear much smaller thanks to the non-existent lugs), and 15mm of thickness, you’ll be surprised at how wearable it is. It’s available in both jet black and a super bright neon yellow.

Hit the individual product pages to check out more photos, all the specs, and to add a brand new G-SHOCK to your collection.