Casio G-Shock watches are built to take anything you can throw at them and Casio has been adding to its range every year since they were first launched over 35 years ago back in 1983. The range of G-Shock watches our specifically built to to resist mechanical shock and vibration and the latest addition to the range is the Casio G-Shock MT-G which for the first time ever is equipped with Bluetooth connectivity.
Using the companion Casio smartphone application users can check the status of their watch data including time reception status, solar power-generation status and internal data updating history are displayed graphically within the application.
Casio explains a little more about its construction. “An inner case is installed in a box-shaped frame formed by screws that securely connect the bezel, case back and band connection pieces. A stronger structure is realised by absorbing shocks with the exterior instead of the core. The case is constructed of carbon-fibre reinforced resin, which realises higher rigidity than conventional resin while maintaining its lightweight.”
For a full list of all the features of the Casio G-Shock MT-G Bluetooth watch jump over to the official Cassia website by following the link below.