Casting the watch in 18k gold and limiting production to just 35 pieces will do that.

Last year we were fortunate enough to get our hands on this captivating yet polarising Casio G-Shock Full Metal Gold. Casio's G-Shock brand is usually synonymous with accessibility, wearability, and durability. So by offering a golden interpretation of the cult classic Casio Databank aka 'Calculator Watch' and DW-5000 G-Shock in 1983, Casio dared customers to just try something different with their beautiful contradiction.

Last year's model received a full case, bezel, and bracelet - all in stunning stainless steel. The gold colour (although appealing) was artificial, and that's why this year's Full Metal 5000 is especially captivating; Casio has cast the entire piece in stupendously perfect 18k gold. Just look at that shine.

The rough estimation of around $70,000 USD calculates to about $100,000 AUD. This is by far and away Casio's most expensive watch of all time, and the piece will undoubtedly turn heads, as it has yours. 

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