TOP G-SHOCK Watches with Carbon Monocoque case | 2021 Updates

Carbon Monocoque Case (single carbon Monocoque unit that protects the module from external shock and makes it possible to eliminate carbon guard parts from the buttons on the sides of the case)


G-Shock Carbon Monocoque TOP Features *depends on the watch. Some models may miss some features

ISO 200-Meter Diving Water ResistanceThe monocoque case integrates the case with its back cover. Carbon fiber reinforced resin is used for the case material, offering high strength and low absorbency.
Diving Mode1. The hour and minute hands can be brought together as one at the start of a dive to indicate the diving time.
2. After resurfacing will display the surface interval using both hands. The second hand moves forward or in reverse to indicate the status of dive time and surface interval measurements.
Tide ModeThe inset dial at the 3 o’clock position displays tide data for a specified location and date. The inset dial at the 8 o’clock position shows the current local time. The app comes pre-set with some of the world’s major dive spots. Tide points can be set with ease.
Sapphire Crystal with Non-Reflective Coating + Super IlluminatorSapphire crystal with a non-reflective coating offers high visibility and scratch-resistance. The Super Illuminator function lights up the watch face with high-intensity light, to ensure readability in the dark.
Carbon monocoque caseThis new shock resistant structure protects modules with a carbon fiber reinforced resin case.

Listing of current G-Shock Carbon Monocoque Collection


G-Shock Carbon Monocoque GWF-A1000

Year of first Release 2020 / 800$
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Best for: Big Wrists
Lineup: PROFESSIONAL (G-Shock Professional Line includes watches that can really help you survive under hard, tough conditions. They are well equipped and have the best tough specs.) All G-Shock PROFESSIONAL Watches →
You pay for: ISO 200 meters Water Resistance, Analog Watch Display, Carbon Monocoque Case, Tough Solar, Radio-controlled Watch; Multi band 6, Fluoroelastomer Band, Diving Mode, G-SHOCK Connected App, Mobile link, Tide graph, Tide point setting, Diving log
Full information: Colors, Detailed Specs, Photos, News on GWF-A1000 Wiki Page →

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G-Shock Carbon Monocoque GWR-B1000

Year of first Release 2019 / 730$
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Best for: Office and Formal Wear, Pilots and Travel
Lineup: GRAVITYMASTER (Developed in response to pilots’ needs, these tough watches offer improved accuracy, strength and practicality. Famous for unique and beautiful aviation design (usually analog) and advanced technologies.) All G-Shock GRAVITYMASTER Watches →
You pay for: 200-meter water resistance, Carbon Monocoque Case, Rust-resistant structure, TRIPLE G RESIST, G-SHOCK Connected App, Mobile link, Radio-controlled Watch; Multi band 6, Tough Solar
Full information: Colors, Detailed Specs, Photos, News on GWR-B1000 Wiki Page →

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You ask, we answer!

What is the latest G-Shock Carbon Monocoque Watch?

It is GWF-A1000 produced in 2020 with the following features: ISO 200 meters Water Resistance, Analog Watch Display, Carbon Monocoque Case, Tough Solar, Radio-controlled Watch; Multi band 6, Fluoroelastomer Band, Diving Mode, G-SHOCK Connected App, Mobile link, Tide graph, Tide point setting, Diving log.

What are the TOP G-Shock Carbon Monocoque Features?


— Carbon Monocoque Case
— Tough Solar
— Multi band 6
— Diving Mode
— G-SHOCK Connected App
— Mobile link
— Tide graph
— Tide point setting
— Diving log
— TRIPLE G RESIST

For whom is G-Shock Carbon Monocoque meant for?

It is meant for everyone who likes its design, technologies and features. But generally speaking, Carbon Monocoque will definitely suit the next categories: For Big Wrists, Office and Formal WearPilots and Travel.


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