Casio's G-Shock range is well known for their overall hardiness, and despite sporting a more expensive price tag compared to standard digital watches, they're generally an excellent purchase. Hard to believe that a quarter of a century has already passed since the first G-Shock model rolled off Casio's production lines. In order to commemorate the situation, Casio has decided to release the MRG-8000G which will be made available in Japan, the US, Germany and England. The bezel itself is made from titanium while the 18 karat gold ring is accompanied by gold accents throughout. Be prepared to fork out a pretty penny for this watch as the MRG-8000G will retail for approximately $4,600.
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