The Casio MR-G Hybrid GPS Watch uses GPS satellites to always show the correct time, no matter where you are.
Casio G-SHOCK unveils a new variation of the MR-G series with the release of the MR-G Hybrid GPS watch, available in March 2016.
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The Casio GPS technology is used ot keep the correct time no matter where on the planet you are. Casio combines data from the atomic clock with the data it receives from GPS satellites. The MRGG1000DC-1A timepiece is made in Yamagata Japan, and is designed with a silver bezel and Akagane accents. Akagane is a copper alloy with 3 to 5% gold that is most often used in traditional Japanese craftwork.
The Casio MRGG1000DC-1A features the hybrid technology of GPS and Multi-Band 6, Tough Solar, Sapphire Glass (Anti-Glare), and Ti-6A-4V+TIC Bezel. The case and bracelet are made out of Titanium.
The timepiece also comes equipped with shock resistance, 200M Water Resistance, Tough Solar, Tough Movement, Latitude Indicator, Airplane Mode, Dual Dial World Time (40TZ, 27 Cities+UTC), LED (Super Illuminator), Neo-brite Luminous Hands, Daily Alarm, Full Auto Calendar, 1/20th Sec. Stopwatch (24min), Countdown Timer (24Hr), Day/Date Display, and a case size of 49.8mm.
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The Caiso G-Shock MRGG1000DC-1A MR-G Hybrid GPS will retail for $2,600 USD and will be available for purchase March 2016. The model will be sold at key jewelers, select department stores, and the G-SHOCK NYC Soho store.