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G-Shock MRG-G1000RT, GPW-1000T, GPW-1000TBS


Other G-Shock watches Casio announced at Baselworld 2015 are new editions of existing high-end models. They are the GPW-1000T which is a Gravitymaster GPW-1000 with a titanium bezel and case back, a limited Basel Special edition GPW-1000TBS, and the MRG-G1000RT (above) which is likely the most expensive G-Shock ever with a limited production of 100 and a price of £4,500.

The solar powered GPW-1000T with analog display is known for its GPS Hybrid Wave Ceptor hybrid technology and Triple Resist shock protection including resistance to vibration and centrifugal gravitational force. The GPW-1000TBS-1A features an aged ion plated treatment in gold and black with an aged-looking gold bezel.

The MRG-G1000RT has a gold and black color scheme with a black bezel. The titanium bezel design was inspired by the grain or “nie” pattern found on the surface of traditional Japanese sword blades. The watch also features a “Japan Blue” diamond-like carbon coating that changes its tone when viewed at different angles.

GPW-1000T on Amazon GPW-1000T on eBay
Gold GPW-1000TBS on Amazon Gold GPW-1000TBS on eBay

GPW-1000T and GPW-1000TBS

GPW-1000T and GPW-1000TBS

GPW-1000TBS via Instagram @gshock_jp
G-Shock GPW-1000TBS-1A

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