Casio Singapore has announced the release of the G-SHOCK MRG-G1000RT in Singapore. With only 100 pieces produced worldwide, specially crafted at Casio’s prestigious Yamagata Premium Production Line in Japan, the MRG-G1000RT is the rarest G-SHOCK in the world.
The MRG-G1000RT boldly incorporates the ‘Nie’ design on its bezel, a pattern made famous by traditional Japanese swords, and framed with stylish black and gold accents. ‘Nie’ is a distinguished characteristic of Japanese swords that represents the superior detail and quality of Japanese craftsmanship. The design gives the bezel and metal plate a rich and polished finish that reflects tastefully when it catches the light.
Made of a recrystallized Ti641 alloy, a material seven times more durable than pure Titanium, the bezel and metal plate make the MRG-G1000RT truly indestructible. It is also encased in a sturdy and resilient ‘Japan Blue’ Diamond-like carbon coating that radiates in varying hues under different lighting and angles. The mature blue hue of the timepiece is daringly contrasted with gold bolts and index markers on the watch face which pays homage to the craft of traditional Japanese metal engraving.
The G-SHOCK MRG-G1000RT timepiece encases Casio’s original GPS Wave Ceptor Technology incorporating both GPS Positioning and Radio Wave Time- Calibration Signals to ensure utmost timekeeping precision anywhere in the world.
The MRG-G1000RT also features Dual Dial World Time, which simultaneously reflects timings of two cities, allowing wearers to keep time and be in sync with those who matter, even away from home.
Price and Availability
The exclusive, Japanese-inspired G-SHOCK MRG-G1000RT was first showcased at BaselWorld2015 in Switzerland in March this year. Singapore is the only Southeast Asian country to launch this exquisite timepiece.
The G-SHOCK MRG-G1000RT is sold at a Suggested Retail Price of SGD$11,888.00. Interested parties can register their interest of the MRG-G1000RT at the G-FACTORY Premium store at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, by simply leaving their contact details from today.