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Casio applies traditional Japanese Craftsmanship to their new MR-G

The company dresses up their latest high-end watch with Akagane accents.
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Photo: Casio

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If you're not familiar with the MR-G line from Casio, think of it as the Rolex of G-Shock watches. Their latest MR-G combines their high-tech design with old world craftsmanship with Akagane accents throughout the watch. Akagane is a copper alloy that is 3-5% gold and is normally found in traditional Japanese metalwork. 

The MR-G is backed by their GPS and Multi-Band 6 technology that allows the watch to display the correct time and date no matter where you are on the planet. You've also got a 49.8mm titanium case and titanium bracelet, Tough Solar, Sapphire Glass with anti-reflective coating, shock resistance, 200M water resistance, LED illumination, Neo-brite Luminous Hands, Dual time display, alarm, and the list goes on and on. 


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