Winter Releases set forth premier series of style and timepieces for December 2015.
Casio G-SHOCK delivers the latest addition to the expanding elevated offerings from the brand this winter in two categories: a triple threat, eye-catching Master of G Black x Gold series and two new Basel Special Limited Editions, the MTGG1000BS-1A – Aged IP and the MTGG1000GB-1A – DLC.
The three timepieces within the Master of G Black x Gold series include the GRAVITYMASTER GPW1000GB-1A, MUDMASTER GWG1000GB-1A, and GULFMASTER GWN1000GB-1A. All models offer a large bezel and watch face but each is strategically designed for the discerning consumer.
All three models feature unparalleled shock resistance, 200M water resistance, World Time, countdown timer, daily alarm and day/date display.
In addition to the above, The GPW1000GB-1A timepiece- priced at $1,000USD- includes added features including GPS Atomic Solar Hybrid technology, latitude indicator, 1/20(th) Sec. stopwatch, airplane mode, full auto LED (Super Illuminator) light in a 56.0mm case.
The GWG1000GB-1A offered for $800USD includes a new Mud-Resistant structure, Triple Sensor technology (for measuring direction, altitude, barometric pressure and temperature), 1/100(th) second stopwatch,, full auto double LED (super illuminator) lights, Neo-Brite luminous hands & markers, and 5 daily alarms, all in a 56.1mm case.
The GWN1000GB-1A offered at $550USD also features Triple Sensor technology but adds a barometric pressure alarm to alert of sudden drops in air pressure as well as tide indicator and moon age data. Full auto double LED (super illuminator) lights, 1/100(th) second stopwatch, and 12/24 Hr formats round out the watch’s capabilities all within a 55.8mm case.
Each model within this striking series showcases the toughness and durability that G-SHOCK is recognized for paired with a tasteful appearance.
Hand assembled in the Yamagata factory in Japan, the newest additions to the MT-G watch family showcase the latest high torque ‘dual core’ motor enabling a quick hand motion both clockwise and anti-clockwise. Timekeeping is captured using a GPS Atomic Solar Hybrid feature that combines GPS satellite radio wave reception with Multi-Band 6 radio waves, powered by Tough Solar technology. Triple G Resist (Shock Resistance, Vibration Resistance and Centrifugal Force Resistance) is achieved by a new shock absorbing core guard structure, comprised of