G-Shock's latest MR-G is inspired by the Japanese color of victory

The navy blue color was favored by samurai warriors for their armor and helmets.
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G-Shock Mr-G Kachi-Iro

G-Shock takes inspiration from kachi-iro, the Japanese color of victory for its latest MR-G timepieces. The dark navy blue color was a favorite of samurai warriors who used it for their armor and helmets. The MRGB2000R-1A model (above) features a titanium case with a bezel made of recrystalized titanium that is created by heat treating the metal to create its unique pattern. The watch features shock resistance, 200M water resistance, magnetic resistance, Bluetooth connectivity, Multiband 6, tough solar charging technology, LED backlighting, dual time, daily alarm, chronograph functions, a full automatic calendar, and up to 2+ years of battery life. 


$3,000, gshock.com

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