G-SHOCK “BLUE PAISLEY” Line with Design Originated in Persia

G-SHOCK “BLUE PAISLEY” Line with Design Originated in Persia

Introducing the Blue Paisley Series - an addition of a classic paisley pattern to the dials of four popular G-Shock watches. The paisley pattern, with its teardrop-like motif, was a textile design that originated in Persia and spread to the west in the 18th and 19th centuries. More recently, it became very popular during the psychedelic era of the 1960s, thanks in part to The Beatles.


GA-2100BP-1A – digital-analog combination model inherits the concept of the first-generation DW-5000C models, while being even thinner.


GA-100BP-1A – A model combining analog and digital, esteemed for its wide face. Simple white and black are used for the matte-finish case and band. Four LCD windows and a speedometer are lain out symmetrically on the dial to create a clean face design. Boasts excellent practicality, featuring a millisecond-measuring stopwatch, a speedometer, and JIS class-1 magnetic resistance. A tough model that shines on the street fashion scene.


AWG-M100SBP-1A – based on the success of the AWG100, the new AWGM100 is improved with Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping, 5 daily alarms and Full Auto LED light. The watch also features a unique hand adjustment capability in which the user can shift the hands out of the way of the digital window for easier viewing.


GW-B5600BP-1 – the design is inherited from the first G-SHOCK model. From the exterior styling to the LCD ratio, it boasts a perfect balance that can be considered the final shape as well as the origin.


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