GSHOCK Japan is going to release a new G-Shock Rangeman GW-940KJ-3DJR in the month of November. This model features environmental NGO earth watch and takes inspiration from swell sharks that are known for their ability produce bioluminescence, which they use as an indicator or warning sign when danger approaches. The swell shark is a deep-sea creature that glows green due to fluorescence. It’s fairly common in Southern California waters, where it can sometimes be seen while snorkeling or diving off the coast of Los Angeles. G-Shock range man GW-940KJ-3DR is based on the GW-9400.
This model has luminous green bezel and dark black band along with carbon fiber. The button, buckle and the band keeper are also copper color. The Love the Sea and Earth watch is an attractive design with the “Change the World Yourself” slogan on its white resin band. It features a lime green LCD screen, paired nicely by dark blue LED backlight for night reads or when you want to save battery life in bright environments like beaches where solar power isn’t always reliable. One cool detail I noticed while researching this product was that they have engraved stainless steel backing plates which means your purchase supports ocean sustainability too!
The new G-Shock range man GW-940KJ-3DR features a light weight 41mm case made out of mineral glass, 200m water resistance with shock absorption and anti-fog technology. It also has an LED backlit display for easier reading in low lighting situations as well as various other great functions like altimeter barometer multiband 6.
The best part is its affordable price tag so you can get yourself one today at the tax-included, all in Japanese yen cost of 57200 yens.