G-Shock's latest GMW-B5000 is off the grid

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G-Shock's latest GMW-B5000 is off the grid

Post by koimaster » May 19th 2020, 4:27pm

G-Shock's latest GMW-B5000 is off the grid, here's how they did it (frickin laser beams, man)

** It is mandatory that all readers of this post be listening to this song while they do it. Thank you for complying.** We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again – G-Shock are losing the plot, and we’re loving it. And now, to cut straight to the chase, as direct as a frickin laser beam, they’ve created a watch that’s been fully etched by one. How did they do it? Did they drop it into a pool with sharks with laser beams on their heads? No, it’s called the ‘Grid Tunnel’ effect. But we won’t kill the suspense here, read on.

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Re: G-Shock's latest GMW-B5000 is off the grid

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » May 21st 2020, 7:01am

G-Shocks are OK, and I’d even want to have one. Not this one, though. This one is fucking ghastly.
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