It was only a matter of time.
The watch features a new titanium alloy that has been in development for six years.
The navy blue color was favored by samurai warriors for their armor and helmets.
The watch is finished in an exclusive grey and blue colorway.
The new finish is set for release next month.
The collection also includes a variant of the popular "CasiOak" timepiece.
The boldest take on the Full Metal 5000 yet.
The company updates another Casio classic in their minimalist and monochromatic styling.
The watch borrows elements from the Casiotone SK-5 sampling keyboard.
The original watch was first released in 1989.
The colorway was inspired by the Eurofighter Typhoon.
The new case construction combines a carbon monocoque with a metal frame.
Designed from the ground up for aviation professionals.
The classic 5610 gets updated in Bamford's signature Aqua Blue colorway.
Another reasonably priced timepiece from the master of digital watches.
A more minimal version of one of the most famous G-Shock designs.
A black and camo take on a G-Shock favorite.
A sleek combo of titanium and ballistic nylon.
It is the first Frogman with an analog display.
The watch's durability is enhanced with a carbon fiber-reinforced resin.