INTRODUCING: The Casio G-Shock GMW-B5000TB

It seems like every other week there’s a new Casio being unleashed upon the wristwatch-wearing world. And this week is no different, as the Japanese marque has just released this — the Casio G-Shock GMW-B5000TB. That’s right, there’s now another 5000-series vying for the attention of all you digital devotees out there, and this one’s got a real point of difference. You see, although it may look like it’s using the same type of rubber as a regular G-Shock, it’s actually a fully titanium case, bracelet, bezel, caseback and buttons.   And if the new titanium wasn’t enough, Casio has then gone to the trouble of treating the whole watch to a Diamond-like Carbon (DLC) coating, complete with a textured finish. As a result, the new GMW-B5000TB weighs in a whole 57 grams less than its antecedent, the steel GMW-B5000D. The new titanium timepiece also features contrasting gold script and accents, a move that Casio says is a styling tip-of-the-hat to its first-ever G-Shock, the DW-5000C-1B. Other features of the new GMW-B5000TB include a non-reflective sapphire crystal, an STN LCD display optimised for maximum legibility, and smartphone connectivity that enables users to adjust the settings of the watch.   Utilising…

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