Casio G-Shock MRG-2000HA clock housing is processed as Garda traditional Japanese sword
This year, in honor of the 35th anniversary of the G-Shock collection, Casio presented a number of unusual models. Among them – Casio G-SHOCK MRG-2000HA, whose appearance is inspired by the Tutsu-Tsuba technique, which is used for the manufacture of Zaba – Iron Garda for the traditional Japanese sword. This processing is distinguished by the characteristic recesses that are applied to the iron part of the hammer blows. The details of the G-SHOCK MRG-2000HA are similar to the texture.
Only 350 copies of Casio G-Shock MRG-2000HA watches were light, during the production process of all models, Asano Biho – Master, in the third generation, working on metal processing to obtain a bulk surface (Tsuiki technique). For the model, traditional colors were chosen, inspired by the aesthetics “Murassa-Ghana” (metal of deep purple tone, which includes gold) and items from the Copper Alloy “Suaca”, which is used in Japanese traditional crafts. Deep tones managed to achieve thanks to the use of AIP technology (Arc Ion Plating – arc ion-plasma spraying).
Watches using Japanese traditions are also manufactured using the latest modern technology. So, thanks to the Connected Engine 3-Way module, they are connected to a smartphone to automatically update time data. Among the functions of Casio G-Shock MRG-2000HA hours is the display of time in 39 cities in the world with automatic summer time, stopwatch and calendar. The size of the housing with impact-resistant design is 54.7 × 49.8 × 16.9 mm.