G-SHOCK’s most impressive watch this year has also been one of its most expensive, the £6500 MRG-G2000HA.
The top of the line model brings ruggedness, style, technology and history to a watch with Bluetooth, GPS, solar power, and traditional Japanese craftsmanship.
The bezel has a pitted finish that is inspired by a Samurai sword-making technique called arashi-tsuchime.
Along with these timeless touches, the watch is bristling with modernity including automatic time setting in world cities that are displayed at 3 o’clock on the dial thanks to the Bluetooth connection with a mobile phone app.
This can also control a second time zone shown on a subdial.