Win a Metal Twisted G-Shock!

It’s our biggest competition EVER! We’ve handed out some beautiful G-Shocks in our time, but this is the absolute pinnacle – in our next comp we will be giving away a Metal Twisted G-Shock, the MTGS1000D-1A, worth $1,400. We’re thrilled to offer this stunning model, so we’re going to make this comp a lot of fun and a bit of a G-Shock history lesson too. Over the next eight weeks we will showcasing some of the most important G-Shock colabs from the brand’s decorated 31-year history and asking you to vote for your all-time favourite.

Entering is easy, all you have to do is Like one of the photos/links we post of the colabs on our Facebook page over the next 8 weeks, but you can increase your chances of your name coming up in the random draw if you Share photos/links as well.

Today: Comp announcement. Nominate your favourite G-Shock collaboration of all time by commenting on this photo (that counts for one entry).

Next 7 weeks: We will be posting articles on examining the nominated G-Shock collaborations. ‘Like’ the posts to enter the comp, ‘Share’ them for an extra entry. We’d like to think you’ll only like them if you do actually like the watches, but hey, we can’t read your mind, and the real battle of the colabs starts in the semi finals…

Late January: The four most ‘Liked’ G-Shock colab FB posts will assemble in semi finals and we will ask you guys to debate which is the best.

Head over to our Facebook comp announcement post here and leave a comment with your nominations for best G-Shock colab of all time, and we will get this thing started.

Terms and conditions

1 entry for nominating your favourite G-Shock colab on this post (just today)
1 entry for every Like of a G-Shock colab FB post (Posts relating to the G-Shock colabs battle, including today’s post)
1 entry for every Share of a G-Shock colab FB post

All names registering entries over the next 8 weeks will be loaded into a data aggregation program, with the winner chosen randomly on February 2. Comp closes January 31 and is not open to family and friends of G-Street staff.