Casio has announced a new G-Shock colorway called the Hidden Coast Series which looks like a cross between something you can wear storming a beach with a drink you’d have at a luau.

The watches will come in multiple models including the analog-digital GA2000, the GA2100 (the so-called Casioak), and the “utility-inspired” GA900. 

From the release:

The GA900 features matte resin cases and bezels, in earth-toned colorways. The industrial design is enhanced by the 10-sided bezel resembling the shape of an industrial fastener. The bezel is secured by four screws for a tough and rugged look that is synonymous with G-SHOCK. The GA900HC-3A has an olive-green bezel, beige and olive-green band with orange accents on the dial while the GA900HC-5A has a beige bezel, black and beige band, and yellow accents on the dial. The GA900 models have a 7-year battery life and an interchangeable band structure

Here’s the Casioak in all it’s bright and shiny glory.

And here’s the ani-digi GA-2000

And finally the Hidden Coast GA900.


The GA900HC-3A/5A at $130 will be available for purchase starting May 19th, while the $130 GA2000HC-7A/3A and $110 GA2100HC-4A/2A will be available for purchase at the end of May at

By John Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

One thought on “Casio Introduces the Hidden Coast”
  1. I have a DW-9052, wear it when mountain biking, and tend to like the digital-only versions more than the analog/digital combos. Does that make me Old School?

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