over done how? the ga2100 is the only one that distinctively has it, bar a few edifices they havent really done much at all. tho judging from the popularity its obviously going to be something theyll try, considering they have actually done the manhole cover, plain circle thing to death with the previous mtg's, g steels and other modelsHave mixed feeling about this, I don't like the octagonal bezel, it's overdone by now, and the color feels out of place and cheap to me.
Well I hope the MTG-B1000 second-hand price can plummet now.
weight, comfort, shock resistance, unique styling, cos they can. personally i think doing anything to stand out from the sea of folded/pressed links is a good thing. not the first time theyved used resin composite bracelets on higher end models either, inc mtg's.Can someone explain to me why Casio does these metal/resin bracelets on the MTGs? What are the advantages of having the resin on the inside of the bracelet? Just seems to me like it makes it more expensive and less durable. Resin doesn't last forever, metal does.
i think theyve done away with both to try and clean up the dial for a "dressier" look. probably also expecting ppl to do both of those via the appCouple of deal-breakers for me:
1. No world time city bezel to set time
2. No battery level indicator
Having said that, it's highly possible that i'll be poisoned into buying one in the (perhaps) distant future.
Thanks for the pics. I almost feel like they need to be paired with a Transformer toy or something. That burgundy-ish one is almost purple enough to go well with an old school "Shockwave".
According to g-central.com:Really like these!
The Rangeman GW-9400 is at my upper limit size wise so these are workable for me being slightly smaller in all measurements.
Love the burgundy bezel model.
I’m awaiting the pricing with interest. Anyone have any ideas what they will retail at?
Thanks for posting @Tetsu Tekubi for posting and @kubr1ck for the extra pics.
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