Casio’s new G-Shock MTG-B2000 includes a monocoque carbon situation, launching finish November
The successor towards the extremely popular G-Shock MTG-B1000 is here now and, keep surprises away, it’s known as the G-Shock MTG-B2000.
Like its predecessor, the MTG-B2000 is among G-Shock’s greater-finish models. Things that distinguish it from more regular G-Shocks including being produced in Japan and including metallic construction.
The MTG-B2000’s situation features G-Shock’s Dual Core Guard Structure, which mixes earlier MTG’s watches Metal Core Guard technology using the company’s newest Carbon Core Guard structure.
That’s lots of technologies and structures but essentially it means it features a monocoque graphite-reinforced situation in the metal frame. The very is azure.
The MTG-B2000 features Triple G Resist meaning its highly resistant against shock, centrifugal pressure, and vibrations. Water proofing is 200 metres.
The bezel is ion-plated to produce its lustre and it has an octagonal in shape design that’s transported over from one other popular G-Shock – the GA-2100. The situation itself features Sallaz polishing and also the crown is knurled for simple operation.
To lessen weight while increasing weighing comfort, the metal bracelet is made from resin parts. This will make the MTG-B2000 about 15% lighter than older MTG-B1000 models with metal bracelets.
The MTG-B2000 has an abundance of features and functions including Multi Band 6 technology, Tough Solar, dual time indication, chronograph, alarms, and world time. To allow users to manage the timepiece, the timepiece can connect with cellular devices while using G-Shock Connected application. It may also sync for an atomic reference time with the application therefore it never runs fast or slow.
The MTG-B2000 is going to be available through the finish of November and it’ll are available in three variants. Prices will begin at S$1,399.
|MTG-B2000B||Blue||Rubber (soft urethane)||S$1,399|