Master of G

Model GWR-B1000-1A1ER By G-Shock
G-Shock Master of G Gravitymaster
£625.00 Ex. VAT, Outside the EU £750.00 Inc. VAT, Inside the EU


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From GRAVITYMASTER, the watches designed to accommodate the severe environments faced by pilots, comes a new black and red design that delivers an even higher level of toughness through the use of the same carbon and titanium materials found on modern aircraft.
The new, extreme shock resistant Carbon Core Guard structure integrates the case and back cover into a single carbon Monocoque unit that will protect your watch from severe impact. G-SHOCK red brand colouring is embedded in the carbon bezel layers and around the dials. All of this adds up to a new G-SHOCK design that is tougher and more stylish than ever.
The use of carbon material for the bezel and band, and titanium alloy for buttons and components, results in a watch that is structurally tough, lightweight and resistant to rust. Automatic time adjustment is performed using either Bluetooth® connectivity or via Radio Controlled Multi Band 6 technology, which helps to ensure the most accurate timekeeping while flying on a mission.
Designed to be the toughest model in the Gravitymaster series, it is also the lightest, weighing only 72g.

Multi Band 6 Radio Controlled
Bluetooth Connection
Solar Powered
LED Light
World Time
Stopwatch 24hrs
Countdown Timer
Phone Finder
Fly Back Function
Daily Alarm
Carbon Fibrre Case
Carbon Resin strap
Screw-in Crown
Shock Resistant
200m Water Resistant

3 years

Product Specification

Brand: G-Shock
Series: Master of G
Diameter: 50.1mm x 46.4mm
Flyback: With
Dial Colour: Carbon Fibre
Dial Glass: Sapphire Crystal
Case Material: Carbon
Strap Material: Carbon Fibre insert Resin Band
Strap Colour: Black
Water Resistance: 200m

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