If you’re really looking to stand out from the crowd maybe what you need is a gold G-Shock. Whether it’s a fully gold G-Shock or just accents of gold – there’s a few options to choose from, here are our top 3 picks.
This analog and digital G-Shock watch is keenly priced and probably looks more expensive than it actually is. You’ll probably pick this watch up for close to $100.
In terms of features this watch is shock resistant and water resistant to 200 meters as standard, on top of that then it has 4 daily alarms, chronograph, countdown timer, 29 time zones and a couple of other bells and whistles.
This large analog and digital large predominantly black with accents of gold G-Shock is somewhat more understated and refined.
The contrast of gold against black is striking and certainly adds a touch of class. Again this watch isn’t particularly expensive, we’re still in the same price range as the previous watch. It’s not dissimilar to the GA-200 when it comes to features either. 4 daily alarms, stopwatch, full auto-calendar, 2 year battery, magnetic resistant, auto LED with afterglow just about sums this watch up.
This is a unusual combination of black, camouflage and gold accents. Again this is a cost-effective option. And due to it’s unusual colour combination perhaps not to everyone’s taste.
As this is a relatively cheap GA model feature-wise there’s nothing out of the ordinary.
This predominantly gold G-Steel analog and digital watch with contrasting black bezel is a more expensive option. As always it’s shock resistant and water resistant to 200 meters. It has 5 daily alarms, full auto calendar, 31 times zones, neo-brite luminous hands and markers, 1/100 second stopwatch, super illuminator LED light, a 2 year battery life and the hallmark G-Steel layered guard structure.
Ideal for someone who wants the reliable long-lasting performance of a G-Shock watch but has the preference for an all metal watch.