Casio G-Shock MTG-B2000XMG Gets A Dose Of Colour

Flash and flamboyance on the premium heavy metal offering from Casio G-Shock

G Shock Multicolour Carbon

Casio G-Shock delving deep with carbon-anchored features in recent years. Utilising carbon in its myriad forms, from carbon fibre sheets to reinforced carbon resin, the brand has been using the ultra-lightweight but tough material to improve its watches’ robustness as well as offer unusual aesthetic options, as the new MTG-B2000XMG demonstrates.

G Shock Multicolour Carbon bezel cuttings

The Casio MT-G (short for ‘Metal Twister G-Shock’) line-up of ultra-tough, metal-clad G-Shocks have had a couple of wild offerings in recent years, spanning models covered in python skin-like patterns (MTG-B1000WLP-1A) to phoenix-inspired creations flaunting metallic rainbow-hued case (MTG-B2000PH-2A). For a truly one-of-a-kind buy with flamboyance to spare, however, check out the latest MTG-B2000XMG.

Boasting the collection’s requisite hardiness, along with innovations such as automatic synchronisation with radio wave time-calibration signals and smartphone link functionality, the hefty MT-G model is imbued with even greater presence, courtesy of its eye-catching bursts of colour. Complementing the copper-tinged lugs and black dial with coloured metallic accents is an outlandish multi-coloured carbon bezel that dominates the look. 

G Shock Multicolour Carbon

The bezel’s stunning appearance is said to be inspired by Peru’s Rainbow Mountain, which is famed for being covered by colourful stripes formed by oxidation of minerals built up over time. Made from a process that randomly laminates carbon and coloured glass fibers, each MTG-B2000XMG, is thus inherently unique and no two model will look exactly the same.



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