Japanese watchmaker G-SHOCK has just released blacked-out variants of its Mudmaster GGB100 and Rangeman GW9400, both of which fall under the MASTER OF G series, a range designed for those who work in harsh and extreme conditions.
Swapping out the regular colored components with a tonal black, the watches are paired with metallic silver pushers and detailing, providing a rugged yet stealthy aesthetic for the two models. The Mudmaster comes with an upgraded carbon case which houses four sensors — an accelerometer, a compass, a thermometer, and an altimeter — as well as analog watch hands atop a negative digital display. The Rangeman offers a more casual option, utilizing three sensors instead and a full negative digital display. Both are water resistant to 200 meters and feature LED backlighting, as well as the brand’s signature shock and mud resistance.
For those interested, both the Mudmaster and Rangeman are now available over at select G-SHOCK retailers, going for $380 USD and $330 USD respectively. Head over to the company’s website to learn more now.
Elsewhere in watches, H. Moser & Cie has just released its new Streamliner Flyback Chronograph Automatic.