G-Shock Luxury MT-G Watch Is Inspired By An Arizona Canyon’s Natural Beauty
Vivid sandstone cave walls are channeled by carbon and colored glass in the limited-edition G-Shock MT-G.
The latest addition to G-Shock’s luxe line of MT-G watches shines with the colors reflected by swirling sandstone walls inside of Antelope Canyon, located in the Navajo Nation territory near Page, Arizona.
To create the effect, carbon and colored glass fibers are laminated in a random order to build a block of material from which the bezel is sculpted. The resulting pattern featuring warm reds, blues, and oranges between stripes of black is unique to each example.
Vivid ion plating accents the inner edge of the bezel with rainbow hues, the buckle and band loop with rose gold, and the front screws, buttons, and crown in light blue and purple.
Pretty as the watch is, the MTGB2000XMG1 ‘s core rugged mission is ensured by G-Shock’s Dual Core Guard structure incorporating a carbon monocoque case.
The new model also gets a sapphire dome with a non-reflective coating on the inner glass for clarity and beveled edges for a mirror finish.
Technical features include 200 meters of water resistance, smartphone pairing capability via Bluetooth, precise atomic timekeeping, and solar-powered charging.
Priced at $1,150, the limited-edition G-Shock MTGB2000XMG1 is available online now.