G-Shocks are like champagne – you can have too much, but you can never have enough.
In today's article, we've listed the Top 7 White & Gold G-Shocks that you can buy in 2019.
White and gold G-Shocks are a lot like their black and gold counterparts, putting their own spin on the "luxury tough watch" image.
The golden parts of these watches give off a "steely" vibe, which makes them come off more high-end than other G-Shock models.
Ready? Let's get started…
P.S. Some of the watches on this list are Baby-G's – a smaller sister brand of G-Shock that is just as tough as the original. Read our short G-Shock vs. Baby-G comparison to learn more.
Compare White And Gold G-Shocks
|1. G-Shock GMA-S120MF-7A2CR||4.6||$||M|
|2. G-Shock GA-110RG-7ACR||4.2||$||L|
|3. G-Shock Baby-G BG6901-7||4.5||$||S|
|4. G-Shock Baby-G BGA-220G-7A||3.4||$||S|
|5. G-Shock GMD-S6900MC-7CR||4.8||$||S|
|6. G-Shock BA110GA-7A1||4||$||L|
|7. G-Shock Baby-G MSGS200G-7A||3.4||$$||S|
1. G-Shock GMA-S120MF-7A2CR White & Gold
G-Shock GMA-S120MF-7A2CR is part of G-Shocks' S-Series – G-Shocks that are reduced in size but have the same toughness as their full-size counterparts. This particular model is based on G-Shock GA200 and comes with the distinctive metallic "X" shape on the face.
The watch comes in a full white case with a golden dial and gold accents around the face. Features-wise, you're getting 4 daily alarms and 48-city world time, which is a great package for a modest-sized G-Shock. You can use the additional screens on the face for either timer/stopwatch settings, or for keeping track of a second timezone.
It goes without saying that the watch is shockproof and water-resistant up to the depth of 200m. You can beat it, throw it around, and drown it – this white & gold beast (or beauty?) can take anything you throw at it with a smile.
2. G-Shock GA-110RG-7ACR White with Rose Gold Accents
"The Industrialist". G-Shock GA-110RG-7ACR comes in an oversized 51mm case and is one of the most popular G-Shock models on the market. The design uses shiny metal markers on the dial and the hands of the watch. The metal elements along with the 3D layout of the face give this analog-digital beast an industrial feel.
The watch comes in a full-white case with golden accents covering the blackened dial. The combination of black, white and gold is unique and makes this watch stand out from the rest. While the case is large, this model wears comfortably on most wrists. As for the features, the 48-city world time and a dual time display make GA110 a great traveling companion.
3. G-Shock Baby-G BG6901-7 White and Gold-Tone
G-Shock Baby-G BG6901-7 is a blast from the past – you can clearly see the influence smaller digital G-Shocks from the '90s and '00s that Casio took inspiration from when designing this model. Modest in size, the watch comes in a full-white case and a golden old-school LCD face.
What we liked the most about BG6901-7 is that it takes the retro design and combines it with modern features. The watch comes with 29-city world time and has 2 multi-function alarms – both features that you wouldn't find on older G-Shock models. As a Baby-G, the watch shares the shockproof design of a G-Shock and is water resistant for up to 200m.
4. G-Shock Baby-G BGA-220G-7A White & Gold
G-Shock Baby-G BGA-220G-7A comes with a bronze-gold bezel around the dial and is one of the more unique-looking G-Shocks on the market today. Despite its smaller size, this model comes with 48-city world time, low battery indicator, and 200m of water resistance. The watch comes in a full-white case and features golden details throughout the dial.
5. G-Shock GMD-S6900MC-7CR White & Gold
Another Blast From The Past. G-Shock GMD-S6900MC-7CR is another model based on the legendary 3-ring G-Shock DW6900 from the '90s. The three second-counting rings on the face of the watch are something that you'll only see on classic G-Shocks. The watch comes in a full-white case, gold dial, and a basic LED screen.
This is a simple utility watch with features that are basic but get the job done. The dedicated front LED button is the only outside of the "standard" G-Shock configuration that's worth mentioning.
At 48.5mm, the size of the GMD-S6900MC is “medium” and the watch will fit most wrists. Since many G-Shock collaborations and limited editions are based on the DW6900 design, you can find this model in lots of different styles and colors.
6. G-Shock BA110GA-7A1 White & Gold
"The Baby Industrialist". G-Shock BA110GA-7A1 is the Baby-G version of GA110 "Industrialist" that we reviewed above. The watch is packed down into a smaller 47mm case and will fit most wrists. The model comes with all the same features as its bigger brother, including the shiny metal markers on the dial and the hands of the watch.
G-Shock BA110GA-7A1 comes in a full-white case with gold accents covering the dial. As for the features, the 48-city world time and a dual time display make this white & gold Baby-G a great traveling companion.
7. G-Shock Baby-G MSGS200G-7A White and Rose-Gold
G-Shock G-MS MSGS200G-7A is the perfect finisher for this list. The G-MS series is a reduced version of the G-STEEL watches and come with premium tough solar battery technology.
In other words – you'll never have to worry about the battery running dry on this watch, and you'll only have to change it once every 10-15 years. MSGS200G-7A is pretty much a zero-maintenance watch.
Aside from the nice battery, the watch comes with World Time and all the other G-Shock goodies – shockproof, water resistant, etc. At 48mm, the size of the case is slightly bigger than other "small" G-Shock models, but this watch is well worth getting for the unique looks and the more advanced features that it comes with.