G-Shock Master In Desert Camouflage Collection

Sep 13, 2016

Category: Gear

Just in time for fall G-Shock Japan recently announced the September release of three new watches for their Master In Desert Camouflage collection. And while Japan isn’t necessarily known for its dry, arid landscape, they do know how to put together a quality military-inspired timepiece any G-Shock fan is sure to appreciate.

Comprised of the Mudman, Rangeman, and Mudmaster, each model hosts a similar black bezel nicely complemented by a brown desert camouflage pattern on the band. Light brown bezel lettering and orange accents on the dial also add to the each watch’s tough military appearance. All three versions host G-Shock’s Tough Solar power and Multi-Band 6 timekeeping features. However, a reverse LED display is found on the Mudman and Mudmaster while the Rangeman hosts a standard display. A Twin Sensor, compass and thermometer, is found on the Mudman while the Rangeman and Mudmaster host an altimeter/barometer, compass, and thermometer (aptly named the Triple Sensor). Fans of carbon fiber will find solace in the bands of the Mudman and Rangeman as well while a sapphire crystal is found on the Mudmaster. Prices vary for each watch. [Mudman] [Rangeman] [Mudmaster]

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