Casio releases the MTG-G1000AR, a new model in the G-SHOCK MT-G series designed with a tough and elegant look. Built for long-term usage even in harsh environments, the new watch is made to look better the more it is worn.

MT-G watches offer a distinct combination of the refined look of metal and resin as well as outstanding shock resistance. Among models in the lineup, the MTG-G1000D, released last year, comes with the company’s hybrid time-keeping  system  for receiving both Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite signals and radio wave time-calibration signals.

The MTG-G1000D has been highly evaluated by global travelers for its ability to display accurate time anywhere in the world, along with its comfortable-to-wear lightweight resin and attractively refined metal finish.


Casio used the MTG-G1000D as the base model for the new MTG-G1000AR. Designed with a “sunken  treasure”  motif,  this  special  model  has  been  made  to  withstand  harsh  environments without ever going out of style—a distinctive G-SHOCK  feature. Casio finished the surface with rose-gold ion plating, added a layer of black ion plating, and then stripped off some of the black ion plating to produce a finish with a well-worn vintage appearance.

It also used a matching hue of rose-gold to color each of the glow-in-the-dark minute indicators and hands, as well as the inset dial at the 10 o’clock position.

Technical details

Model: Casio G-SHOCK MTG-G1000AR

Triple G Resist (shock-resistant, resistant to centrifugal gravitational force, and vibration-resistant)
Water Resistance: 20 bar
Size of Case: 58.8×54.7×16.9 mm
Total Weight: Approx. 198g

GPS Signal Frequency
1575.42 MHz

Radio Frequency
77.5 kHz (DCF77: Germany); 60 kHz (MSF: UK); 60 kHz (WWVB: USA); 40 kHz  (JJY:  Fukushima,  Japan)  /  60 kHz  (JJY:  Kyushu,  Japan);  68.5 kHz (BPC: China)

GPS Signal Reception
Time-calibration (auto, manual); acquisition of position information (manual)

Radio Wave Reception
Automatic reception up to six times a day (except for use in China: up to five times a day)

World Time
Standard time for 27 cities (40 time zones; daylight saving on/off; daylight saving time (summer time) auto switching); Coordinated Universal Time; home time/world time switching; direct access to Coordinated Universal Time

Measuring unit: 1 second, measuring capacity: 24 hours

Countdown Timer
Measuring unit: 1 second; countdown range: 1 minute to 24 hours

1 independent daily alarm

Other functions
Automatic hand correction (hour, minute and second hand), low battery alert, day and date display, full auto-calendar, LED light (super illuminator)

Power Source 
Tough Solar power system (solar-charging system)
Continuous Operation: About 19 months with the power-saving function ON after full charge

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