Casio Release New Titanium Alloy G-SHOCK

The GMW-B5000TR, a new addition to the square full metal 5000 series of shock-resistant watches made with a new titanium alloy developed specifically for G-SHOCK by TranTixxii.

True to Casio’s unflinching pursuit of advanced materials for G-SHOCK, the new titanium alloy was developed with Nippon Steel Corporation over a six-year period of R&D. This special alloy delivers roughly twice the hardness of pure titanium, but still boasts the same lightweight, anti-corrosive and hypoallergenic properties. This intense hardness allows it to produce a mirror finish comparable to stainless steel on titanium, which has been typically difficult to process.

This development has resulted in the first titanium G-SHOCK with a mirror-finished bezel and band. The same properties also allows for highlighting the beauty of ion plating. Casio has taken advantage of this advanced material technology to create its first full-metal watch with multi-colour ion plating.

The gold ion-plated case plays off the polychromatic ion plating for individual segments of the band and buttons, in red light and dark gray, plus more gold, as well as newly developed dark blue, infusing this metal model with the playfulness of G-SHOCK design.

The multicolor dial adds to the pop feel. The GMW-B5000TR is equipped with Smartphone Link functionality for automatic time adjustment, world time, and many more functions that are easy to use. The innovative design is accompanied by outstanding practicality, thanks to the original Casio Tough Solar power system, Multiband 6 radio wave reception, and full-auto LED backlight.

This GMW-B5000TR-9DR is priced at S$2,199 and will be available at online and at all G-SHOCK stores from 19 May 2021.