The Casio MRGG1000RT-1A is the most expensive G-Shock ever released for sale. Made with the titanium 64 alloy. Casio claims that the composition mix of 90% titanium, 6% aluminum and 4% vanadium makes the Ti64, seven times harder than pure titanium. Not to mention the “Japan Blue” DLC (diamond-like carbon) treatment on the case, bracelet, gold front screw and crown, and anti-glare sapphire glass. Finishing up with a recrystallized bezel that is inspired by the “nie pattern” a conjunction of small distinct crystalline particles that appear like twinkling stars, often used in the craftsmanship of Japanese swords.
Some of the innovative features on this 56mm Casio is the: Multi Band 6 system, that receives atomic-clock-based time calibration radio signals broadcast around the world. It also has a built-in GPS receiver that correlates location with internally stored map data to instantly set the time with a push of the button. These two features combined allow for accurate timekeeping at all times, anywhere in the world.
Additional features Include: a 27-city world time guide printed on the DLC-coated bezel, photo-luminescent hour markers, a solar charged battery, shock resistance, LED illumination and secondary dials for dual-time, latitude indicator, airplane mode, stop-watch, countdown timer, daily alarm, full auto calendar, 200m (656 feet) water resistance and a day/date display.
The Casio G-Shock MR-G GPS Atomic Solar Hybrid Special Limited Edition will be available in September for $6,000.00 USD.
At Baselworld it was stated this watch would have a limited production of 100 and would only be available at the G-Shock Soho store and through G-Shock.com. While the standard MRGG1000 models are available from Japan and International markets, as well as their online store.
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