Casio has just unveiled the latest addition to its luxury MR-G line up of men’s watches.
Created to be both refined and G-SHOCK tough, the new MRGG2000RJ-2A features a functional Dura Soft Fluoro-Rubber band in an all-new, deep violet color, which provides both durability and comfort.
The watch also has a custom back inscription of the Japanese characters for “Jyuryokumaru” (meaning “gravity”), which are hand engraved by renown sword smith, Teruhira Kamiyama.
This new model showcases the MR-G line’s signature features to give it a tough, yet sleek design.. It has an all-titanium case, back cover and clasp which have undergone a deep-hardening treatment to make it five times harder than regular titanium. It also has a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal with an inner coating, which enhances its overall clarity and readability.
The bezel is created from Murasaki-gane metal and Cobarion; premium materials that make the bezel two or three times stronger than stainless steel. The deep violet Arc Ion Plating (AIP) also gives the metal a mirror-like, purple finish to complete its sleek style.
The new watch also offers G-SHOCK’s three-way time sync for accurate timekeeping, made possible through Bluetooth® connectivity, GPS satellite signal reception and Multi-Band 6 technology, which are signature technical capabilities within G-SHOCK’s premium models. Finally, the watch also features Tough Solar technology that provides self-charging capabilities.
Priced at US$4,300, the Casio G-SHOCK MRGG2000RJ-2A will be on sale sometime in February.