The first color variation G-Shock was released in 1987 and it’s called the yellow DW-5600C9BV.
The old-fashioned purple DW-5600B-2V and green model came out in 1991, but was soon surpassed by its younger sibling. This limited edition (and iconic) square color has become one of the most popular over time!
The new Casio watches pay homage to the original color of G-Shock, represented in iconic designs such as this yellow model.
Casio has released four different models that come with a matching band: blue DW-5600RB-2DR-, green DW-5600 -3, yellow DWE 0600REC- 9DR (limited edition) and the classic black or white case design made out carbon fiber material called “Core Guard”.
The DW-5600 watches are a sleek and stylish way to update your look without breaking the bank. With their stainless steel backplates, you get all of the durability that comes with an original 200 series case while still being able to wear it every day!
Three interchangeable bezels are included in yellow (for those who prefer something bright), black for when class is called or just looking more somber on Fridays at school & red as well which can be great if there’s some other team wearing similar colors so no one gets confused about whose gear belongs where during game time (These bands are also compatible with the DW-5600 series, but the bezels are a screwless design that depend on the latch points of the DWE-5600 case.)
The DW-5600C models have a black band keeper. The yellow and white DW-5600REC come with an LCD display that’s similar to the original model, while DWE-5600R is gold tinted like what you might find on newer timepieces made by Diesel Watches USA .
In Japan, the DW-5600RB-2 and DWE-5600R9 box set will be released this October. The yellow DW 56000REC-9 model is expected to come out in November 2021 as well with retail prices of $99 (for 1/10th scale figure), 110 USD or 210 Japanese YEN respectively for 1/6 scales figures according to preorders from Big Bad Toy Store .