April 18, 2023 3:49 pm Published by

Arguably the hottest new G-SHOCK case design to join the lineup in recent years has been the 2100 series, which quickly picked up its “Casioak” nickname among collectors and enthusiasts due to its octagonal case profile that combines two famous G-SHOCK models from the brand’s archives. While the original 2100 series debuted in a lightweight carbon and resin case with a rubber strap, this fan-favorite G-SHOCK model has now been reimagined in full-metal as the GMB2100 collection.

Featuring a stainless steel case that measures 44.4mm wide by 49.8mm lug-to-lug and just 12.8 mm-thick, the GMB2100 series watches are the thinnest full-metal G-SHOCK models that the brand has ever put forward. Fitted with recessed mineral glass crystals over their dials, the GMB2100 watches offer solid stainless steel middle cases with screw-in casebacks that help provide them with the G-SHOCK collection’s go-anywhere, do-anything 200 meters of water resistance.

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