G-Shock Debuts Titanium Alloy Timepiece With All-Mirror Finish

The rugged digital timepiece has been designed with a new alloy that's twice as hard as pure titanium.
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Casio continues a long run of G-Shock innovations with the new GMWB5000TR-9 digital timepiece. Made from a new and advanced titanium dubbed "Tran Tixxii," this is the first G-Shock with a distinctive mirror finish.

"Tran Tixxii" is a co-creation by Casio and Japan's Nippon Steel Corporation. In the space of just over six years, this partnership produced a new form of titanium which is even harder than the metal's pure form yet bears a gleam akin to stainless steel.


Casio and G-Shock didn't stop with "Tran Tixxii." The GMWB5000TR-9 comes with a gold ion-plated (IP) case and a truly unique band made up of links finished in striking red, blue, light gray, dark gray, and gold. 

GMW-B5000TR-9_SIDE copy

This luxe metallic rainbow accents the watch face as well. That's in addition to the now nearly standard Bluetooth Connectivity which links to G-Shock's Connected smartphone app, which ensures correct and automatic time adjustments pretty much anywhere you go.


Additional features include the following, per the manufacturer:

  • DLC coated screw-lock back case for a tight seal
  • Shock-resistant structure
  • 20-bar water resistance
  • Tough Solar
  • Smartphone Link
  • Radio-controlled
  • 5 world times selected from 39 cities
  • 1/100-second stopwatch
  • Countdown timer
  • 5 daily alarms
  • Full-auto LED backlight 

The G-Shock GMWB5000TR-9 retails for $1,700. It's available for pre-order as of May 6, 2021 at G-Shock dealers, in G-Shock's Soho Store, and at gshock.com.