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G-SHOCK 40TH ANNIVERSARY Adventure's Stone

G-SHOCK 40TH ANNIVERSARY MODEL
Adventurer's Stone

Published on 10 Jan 2023

Available online and in-store from 13 Jan 2023.

Sparkling mineral-inspired watches in shapes

and colours to thrill the adventurer’s heart

The G-SHOCK spirit of supporting and guiding all who take on challenges is now expressed in the motif of minerals,
featuring stones that have been used as guideposts for adventurers since the Middle Ages.
The metal-covered base model is crafted using forging and processing technologies like IP finishing,
gaining a rough stony texture and multicolour sparkle.
These special watches are brimming with the spirit of adventure
— perfect for the G-SHOCK’s anniversary.

Three minerals with adventure energy

Stones whose light-refracting properties were used to determine the position of the sun have served as both guideposts and protective charms for adventurers on the high seas. Sunstone, calcite, and cordierite, popular as energetic minerals, have symbolic meanings that give adventurers courage.

Sunstone:Bringing about victory
Calcite:Leading onward to success
Cordierite:Showing the way

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Special design features to celebrate the 40th anniversary of G-SHOCK

An anniversary logo is engraved on the case back, while the band loop is laser-engraved with four stars and the words “SINCE 1983.” Made with recycled materials, the specially designed eco-friendly packaging is shaped like the G in G-SHOCK.

LOOK

GM-5640GEM × Sunstone

Sunstone’s multicolour shine, which changes depending on the viewing angle, is replicated in the forged, rainbow-colour bezel. The translucent grey band brings out the texture of the metal.

Bezel - Forging + 2-colour IP (rainbow + black)
Band - Translucent grey
Dial - Black printed

1. Expressing stony textures with forged bezels

As part of the metal-covered bezel’s finishing process, we employ forging with special dies, creating a mineral-inspired rough-moulded accent across the entire bezel face. We then give the uneven portions a glossy honing, and polish each part — from the top to the sides — to a hairline or mirror finish. Each stone’s shape, texture, and shine are conveyed through unique metal processing technologies.

2. Colour IP brightens up metal bezels

Since ancient times, seafarers used stones that give off certain colours depending on the light source and the viewing angle as a kind of compass to find the sun’s position. Their beautiful guiding light is represented in IP finishing that suits each one’s colouration. Two-colour IP goes a step further, producing complex, multi-layered tones by first applying IP to an entire surface, then masking portions and reapplying IP in an additional colour.

GM-2140GEM × Cordierite

The beautiful blue face of cordierite is expressed in the forged and IP-finished bezel and a mixed-colour moulded resin band. The polarised vapour deposition on the face gives off a different shine depending on the viewing angle.

Bezel - Forging + IP (blue)
Band - Garal colour moulding (blue + black)
Dial - Polarised blue vapour deposition

1. Expressing stony textures with forged bezels

As part of the metal-covered bezel’s finishing process, we employ forging with special dies, creating a mineral-inspired rough-moulded accent across the entire bezel face. We then give the uneven portions a glossy honing, and polish each part — from the top to the sides — to a hairline or mirror finish. Each stone’s shape, texture, and shine are conveyed through unique metal processing technologies.

2. Colour IP brightens up metal bezels

Since ancient times, seafarers used stones that give off certain colours depending on the light source and the viewing angle as a kind of compass to find the sun’s position. Their beautiful guiding light is represented in IP finishing that suits each one’s colouration. Two-colour IP goes a step further, producing complex, multi-layered tones by first applying IP to an entire surface, then masking portions and reapplying IP in an additional colour.

GM-114GEM × Calcite

The metal bezel is forged and ion plated with gold and black to represent calcite’s base ore. Hot-stamping gives the band its uneven texture.

Bezel - Forging + 2-colour IP (gold + black)
Band - Black + hot-stamping
Dial - Gold vapour deposition

1. Expressing stony textures with forged bezels

As part of the metal-covered bezel’s finishing process, we employ forging with special dies, creating a mineral-inspired rough-moulded accent across the entire bezel face. We then give the uneven portions a glossy honing, and polish each part — from the top to the sides — to a hairline or mirror finish. Each stone’s shape, texture, and shine are conveyed through unique metal processing technologies.

2. Colour IP brightens up metal bezels

Since ancient times, seafarers used stones that give off certain colours depending on the light source and the viewing angle as a kind of compass to find the sun’s position. Their beautiful guiding light is represented in IP finishing that suits each one’s colouration. Two-colour IP goes a step further, producing complex, multi-layered tones by first applying IP to an entire surface, then masking portions and reapplying IP in an additional colour.

GM-S5640GEM × Calcite

Laser engraving is layered with rainbow IP on the metal bezel to recreate calcite’s crystalline pattern and its gorgeous refracted-light glow. The dial and band are decorated with the same pattern.

Bezel - Laser engraved + IP (rainbow)
Band - Translucent white + hot-stamping
Dial - Rainbow printed

Colour IP brightens up metal bezels

Since ancient times, seafarers used stones that give off certain colours depending on the light source and the viewing angle as a kind of compass to find the sun’s position. Their beautiful guiding light is represented in IP finishing that suits each one’s colouration. Two-colour IP goes a step further, producing complex, multi-layered tones by first applying IP to an entire surface, then masking portions and reapplying IP in an additional colour.

GM-S2140GEM × Calcite

The clear yellow of some calcite is replicated in the forged form and gold IP of the metal bezel, while vapour deposition gives the dial a similar colour. The white band complements the gold-coloured face.

Bezel - Forging + IP (gold)
Band - White
Dial - Gold vapour deposition

1. Expressing stony textures with forged bezels

As part of the metal-covered bezel’s finishing process, we employ forging with special dies, creating a mineral-inspired rough-moulded accent across the entire bezel face. We then give the uneven portions a glossy honing, and polish each part — from the top to the sides — to a hairline or mirror finish. Each stone’s shape, texture, and shine are conveyed through unique metal processing technologies.

2. Colour IP brightens up metal bezels

Since ancient times, seafarers used stones that give off certain colours depending on the light source and the viewing angle as a kind of compass to find the sun’s position. Their beautiful guiding light is represented in IP finishing that suits each one’s colouration. Two-colour IP goes a step further, producing complex, multi-layered tones by first applying IP to an entire surface, then masking portions and reapplying IP in an additional colour.

GM-S114GEM × Calcite

The metal bezel with a forged form evokes the mineral’s raw texture, finished with layered purple and grey IP. Hot-stamping gives the band its uneven texture, while purple vapour deposition gives the dial’s parts a rich lustre.

Bezel - Forging + 2-colour IP (purple + grey)
Band - Black + hot-stamping
Dial - Purple vapour deposition

1. Expressing stony textures with forged bezels

As part of the metal-covered bezel’s finishing process, we employ forging with special dies, creating a mineral-inspired rough-moulded accent across the entire bezel face. We then give the uneven portions a glossy honing, and polish each part — from the top to the sides — to a hairline or mirror finish. Each stone’s shape, texture, and shine are conveyed through unique metal processing technologies.

2.Colour IP brightens up metal bezels

Since ancient times, seafarers used stones that give off certain colours depending on the light source and the viewing angle as a kind of compass to find the sun’s position. Their beautiful guiding light is represented in IP finishing that suits each one’s colouration. Two-colour IP goes a step further, producing complex, multi-layered tones by first applying IP to an entire surface, then masking portions and reapplying IP in an additional colour.

SPECIFICATIONS

GM-2140GEM/
GM-S2140GEM

  • Shock-resistant structure
  • 20-bar water resistance
  • Hand shift feature
  • World time (48 cities)
  • 1/100-second stopwatch
  • Countdown timer
  • 5 daily alarms
  • Double LED light (Super Illuminator)

GM-114GEM

  • Shock-resistant structure
  • ISO 764-compliant magnetic resistance
  • 20-bar water resistance
  • World time (48 cities)
  • 1/100-second stopwatch
  • Countdown timer
  • 5 daily alarms
  • Auto LED light (Super Illuminator)

GM-5640GEM/
GM-S5640GEM

  • Shock-resistant structure
  • 20-bar water resistance
  • 1/100-second stopwatch
  • Countdown timer
  • Multi-function alarm
  • EL backlight
  • Flash alert

GM-S114GEM

  • Shock-resistant structure
  • 20-bar water resistance
  • Hand shift feature
  • World time (48 cities)
  • 1/100-second stopwatch
  • Countdown timer
  • 5 daily alarms
  • Double LED light (Super Illuminator)

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