Sale price Price $129.00 Regular price

When this watch first came out, it was pretty polarizing. Based on its design and case shape, it quickly became known as the Genta Shock or the CasiOak, which some people took as a punch down from the Gerald Genta purists, but for some - myself included - it made owning this watch a lot more appealing. 

I'm of the thinking that people are allowed to like what they like, for whatever the reason, (and with obvious ethical parameters), but my love for the 2100 grew from an aesthetic appreciation to an actual favouritism once I owned it. 

The faith I have in G-Shock as a tool that can withstand a bomb is unwavering. Add to that a design that salutes an absolute legend in horological design, a combination digital and analog dial, an incredibly easy to set interface, a day date, and all of the standard timer/stopwatch features that Casios come with, and encase that into a nearly 46mm case that wears thin even on my 6.5in wrist, and you have a hell of a contender for one of the greatest G-Shocks ever produced.

If you're a watch lover like I am, this one just belongs in the collection.

Case width: 45.4mm
Case thickness: 11.8mm
Lug width: 22mm
Crystal: Acrylic
Dial: Black
Lume: Right side light
Bracelet: Resin
Clasp: Buckle fastener
Movement: Quartz
Water Resistance: 200 meters
Day / Date: Auto calender
Alarm: Yes

Product Code: GA2100-1A1