Casio’s MT-G collection is a barely costlier however decidedly extra fashionable model of its super-strong and super-trendy G-SHOCK items. Their newest model, the euphoniously named MTGB2000YBD1, incorporates a “multi-layered carbon bezel body, a complicated tackle G-SHOCK’S newest Dual Core Guard Structure of a carbon monocoque case and steel body.”
The $1,200 watch makes use of steel and resin, which reduces the general weight significantly and your complete case is product of layered sheets of carbon and glass fibers, a novel approach that provides higher match and end to the piece. The entire factor is product of non-metal supplies however shines like polish metal.
From the discharge:
The new multi-layered carbon bezel body is fashioned by layering and heat-pressing carbon and glass fiber sheets to make a plate-shaped base materials, which is then lower and molded to the specified form, delivering a bezel body that’s 77% lighter than the stainless steel body utilized in earlier fashions. The mannequin additionally incorporates a layered-composite band created from each steel and wonderful resin components to supply a greater match whereas retaining the look and luster of steel.
For added power, the highest carbon layer of the bezel body wraps across the sides of the watch and cylindrical carbon sheets are wrapped across the lugs used to attach the band. A polygonal crown enhances the bezel body design whereas bi-color layers and dial accents in G-SHOCK’s crimson add to the luxurious feel and look of the brand new mannequin.
The entire package deal is kind of hanging. I’ve seen some earlier variations of the MT-G and these are sleeper hits within the G-SHOCK assortment. They’re slightly expensive however they’re undoubtedly way more refined and engaging than a steel or plastic G-SHOCK and effectively value a search for actual G-lovers.
- Shock Resistance
- 200M Water Resistance
- BLE (Bluetooth Low-Energy) Time Sync
- LED (Super LED)
- World Time (27 TZ)
- Daily Alarm
- 1 Sec. Stopwatch (24Hr)
- 1 Sec Countdown Timer (24Hr)
- Full Auto Calendar
The new piece ships in mid-November.
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