Last year marked a memorable day in the record books when Casio introduced one of their most expensive timepieces to the US market, bringing the MT-G Metal Twisted G-Shock to this country. This year, a new technology was brought forth with their GPW1000 series, featuring not only radio control, but also GPS timing information to make for the ultimate in accuracy. Today, we introduce a merger of these two revolutionary pieces introduced in a variation of G-Shock typically only sold in Japan as their most premium G. The MRG-G1000, known as the MR-G GPS Hybrid Wave Ceptor has officially been introduced to market, with an unbelievable metal construction, the durability G-Shock is renowned for, and the impressive technology of GPS and Multi Band 6, all powered by light.
For 2015, Seiko is introducing at least 3 new models of the Seiko Astron GPS Solar Chronographs to the line up. The first addition we have seen is the titanium SSE025, with rose gold accents for the hands, indexes, crown and pushers accompanied by a brown crocodile strap with 3 fold deployment clasp and Seiko’s Diashield coating on the titanium for added scratch resistance. MSRP is set at $2,550.