Casio's new MR-G features a bold mix of titanium, Murasaki-gane, and cobarion metals

The case back also feature an engraving by renowned sword smith, Teruhira Kamiyama.
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Casio's high-end MR-G collection adds its latest style with a new model that features a unique case design with a violet bezel and a titanium case. This unique bezel is crafted from Murasaki-gane metal and Cobarion, which is 2-3x stronger than stainless steel and it has a deep violet Arc Ion Plating with a mirror-like finish. The titanium is no ordinary titanium either, it has been treated to be five times harder than standard titanium and that treatment includes the case, back cover, and clasp. It will also feature 200M water resistance, a world timer, daily alarm, Bluetooth connectivity, GPS satellite signal reception, Multi-Band 6 technology, and Tough Solar charging. 

Available this February at select high-end jewelers and G-Shock Soho in New York.

$4,300, gshock.com

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