The GAE2100GC is a special version of the hit GA2100 series that’s actually two watches in one. In the special edition box, you’ll find the watch fitted with a white bezel and strap, both featuring interesting graphics. Inspired by snow camouflage, pixelated grays and blacks create a shadowy surface. But, that’s not the whole story. You’ll also find an olive green textile strap and a matching green bezel, giving the watch a verdant tone ready for the jungle. The strap is easy to change via an included tool, and the bezel simply pops off. One for winter, the other for summer, or mix and match for fun.
Measuring in at 45.4mm wide by 48.5mm long, the GAE2100GC sounds like a rather large watch but on the wrist, it tells a different story. With a thickness of 11.4mm (achieved with G-SHOCK’s new Carbon Guard Core technology), it wears significantly thinner than most other G-SHOCKs. The resin case and band are also lightweight, making for a comfortable full day of wear.
The GAE2100GC blends analog displays and digital features for a cohesive and easy-to-use experience. The analog features include the traditional lumed handset and a small sub-dial that points to the day of the week at 9 o’clock. Cut into the dial is a small LCD screen that opens up a whole world of features that are sure to come in handy on a daily basis, including a world time mode, stopwatch, countdown timer, and the ability to set several alarms. The screen is also backlit so you also make the best of these functions even when the lights are out.
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- Case: Carbon + Resin
- Dial: Ana-digi
- Module: 5611
- Features: World time, 1/100 sec Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, 5 Daily Alarms, Full-Auto Calendar (to 2099)
- Lens: Mineral
- Strap: Resin + Textile
- Water Res.: 200M
- Dimensions: 45.4 x 48.5mm
- Thickness: 11.8mm
- Weight: 51g
- SKU: GAE2100GC-7A
G-SHOCK was born from a simple idea — a watch should not break when dropped. Back in 1983, the original square-shaped DW-5000C was created after Kikuo Ibe witnessed a child bouncing a rubber ball. It struck him that a watch floating within a rubber case would be impervious to shocks. After a bunch of testing and design with toughness in mind, the brand was born. Nearly 35 years and hundreds of models later, G-SHOCK is still best known for being some of the toughest, hard-wearing watches that money can buy.