These new MTG-B1000 models incorporate a new shock-resistant structure, a smaller case size, and an improved fit on the wrist.

They’re new additions to the MT-G lineup of TRIPLE G RESIST metal-and-resin combination models. Highly shock-resistant, these models are also fitted with the New Core Guard structure that integrates the lugs and pipes that connect the band into single pieces, creating a wall that isolates the watch’s module from impact.

The resin of the center case is reinforced with carbon fibers, which further enhances module protection while reducing overall weight.

The new models come with a new Connected Engine module for more accurate timekeeping. Fitted with Bluetooth®, it’s possible to connect with a smartphone running the G-SHOCK Connected* app in order to obtain accurate time information from an on-line time server.

Caseback of the MTGB1000B-1A4

MULTIBAND 6 automatically adjusts time settings based on reception of one of six time calibration signals around the globe, for automatic time adjustment when you are within the range of a signal, even when you’re unable to get a signal with a smartphone. All of this means that timekeeping is accurate, no matter where in the world you happen to be.

Other features include high-brightness LED illumination, World Time, stopwatch, and more. Stable operation is ensured by a CASIO original Tough Solar charging system.

How much?

US$900

MTGB1000RB-2A LIMITED EDITION – ONLY ONE PER HOUSEHOLD!

This new model in the MT-G Series has special coloring, and quite a lot of it, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the series, first introduced back in 1999. The metal parts of this model and their rainbow ion-plated (IP) finish are in line with the 20-year MT-G Series tradition of combining innovative design with different materials.

How much?

US$1,000

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