As a brand that is simultaneously focused on extreme durability, rugged usefulness, and forward-thinking design, G-SHOCK continues to evolve its high-end MTG line of watches, and the new MTGB2000 watch is the line’s most sophisticated and stylish offering yet.
One thing that makes the G-SHOCK MTGB2000 so special is its Dual Core Guard structure — combining a carbon monocoque case embedded within a stainless steel bezel and cargo frame — creating a kind of lightweight-yet-resilient external armor to protect the timepiece’s inner workings. The watch also makes use of the latest timekeeping tech, with both Bluetooth connectivity to the G-SHOCK Connected app and Multiband 6 radio wave reception ensuring that it displays dead-on-accurate time no matter to what dark corners of the world you travel. Highly-detailed finishing throughout gives the watch a luxurious look, especially when it comes to the metallic shine on the polygonal bezel courtesy of the newly-developed IP tech. The bracelet is also new and combines fine resin inlays with hollowed-out metal to reduce weight by a substantial 15% — helping make it wearable all through the day and into the night. The G-SHOCK MTGB2000 is available now in two variants: a black version with a blue IP bezel on a resin strap for $950, and a silver variant with a black IP bezel on the new bracelet for $1,000.
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