Wed. May 25th, 2022

Casio has updated its classic G-Shock MT-G series with a line of redesigned watches that are slimmer and more colorful than ever. The new MTGB3000 series has a design that reduces the previous thinnest MT-G by 2 mm.

The slimline watch module features a new version of Casio’s Dual Core Guard system that protects its components in a carbon-reinforced resin case. The metal bezel, lugs and case back allow it to retain its traditional appearance.

There are three watches in the new line, all of which have black faces with colored highlights. The red accented MTGB3000BD1A and green MTGB3000BD12 have overlaid composite bands, while the gray accented MTGB3000B-1A has a soft urethane band more similar to that of typical sports watches. You can change the band by pinching the tab to detach it – another new feature for the MT-G line.

Exploded view of the Casio G-Shock MTGB3000 case

(Image credit: Casio)

The MTGB3000B-1A will cost $950 (around £760 / AU$1,300), while the MTGB3000BD1A and MTGB3000BD12 will cost $1,050 (around £840 / AU$1,500) each. They will be available for purchase from May, although Casio has yet to specify an exact release date.

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