The team over at Casio G-SHOCK never fails to deliver a fresh collection of watches, ranging from the ones that go perfectly with your everyday street style to those you’d probably reserve more for the big boy flex. By the looks of this new addition to the MR-G line, we’ll go out on a limb and say it definitely fits into the latter category.
The new MRGG2000RJ-2A timepiece is luxury in every bit of the word, complete with a titanium case, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face and a deep violet Dura Soft Fluoro-Rubber band. Special specs for this offering include a custom back inscription that reads “Jyuryokumaru” (“gravity” in English) stylized in traditional Japanese characters and hand-engraved by swordsmith Teruhira Kamiyama. It all ties back to the overall samurai theme and practice of swordcraft. G-SHOCK aficionados will also love the classic features included as well, like 200M water resistance/shock resistance, Bluetooth® connectivity, GPS satellite signal reception and Multi-Band 6 technology amongst other features. If you’ve got a few extra c-notes to drop on this seriously swaggy watch, we say ball out!
The Casio G-SHOCK MRGG2000RJ-2A will retail for $4,300 USD when it hits select retailers this February. Head over to the brand’s website to stay up on this and other G-SHOCK drops.
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