Casio G-Shock MRGB2000R-1A MR-G GPS Solar Kachi Iro Rubber Limited EditionG-Shock
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This model dresses up the top-of-the-line G-SHOCK, the MR-G, in the traditional Japanese color known as kachi-iro (winning color). A dark navy blue color with a long history in Japan, the winning color kachi-iro was preferred by samurai, and was often used for armor and helmets. This means that this new MR-G model adopt the very spirit of the samurai warrior.
The MRGB2000R-1A model comes with a durable fluorine rubber band with the distinctive Bishamon tortoise shell finish of Bishamonten armor, a symbol of strength in Japan since ancient times. A typical Japanese scale pattern is used on the surface of the dial, while the outer periphery of the face is cut to a shape that resembles a Japanese fan or folding screen, creating a stunning impression. The gentle concave surfaces of the hour markers resemble the curve of a samurai sword. The inner surface of the bezel, inset dials, and logo all incorporate kachi-iro. The bezel is made of recrystallized titanium. Heat treating titanium creates a distinctive crystal pattern on its surface, which resembles the nie on Japanese sword blades.
Function-wise, this model is equipped with time signal reception and Bluetooth® communication capabilities for smartphone connectivity. This MR-G model incorporates ancient Japanese strength and aesthetics, combined with unmatched modern materials, structure, and functions.
Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping
Bluetooth smartphone link
Tough Solar Power
Tough Solar ensures stable operation while using power-hungry functions
26 months on rechargeable battery (operation period when stored in total darkness with the power save function on after full charge)
Size of case : 54.7×49.8×16.9mm
Total weight : 138g
Case / bezel material: Titanium
Dura Soft Fluoro Rubber band
One-touch 3-fold Clasp
Screw Lock Crown
Love the size and feel of wearing it. I’m mostly happy with it but a few quirks. Had a little trouble keeping it connected to app despite motion that supposedly keeps it connected. No way I can see other than app to judge charge level. Moving it to airplane mode is more difficult than seiko Astron. Got it set on 1st flight but return flight it wasn’t working well. Watch is also darker than pictures and blue is barely perceptible. Smush buttons aren’t as solid of a feel and sometimes have to be sure I’m pushing in far enough. I like the watch. Price point is tough for value. Think Casio may have done upside refinement opportunity.
Good services and excellent watch, thankyou