G-SHOCK is no stranger to opulent one-off riffs on its signature timepieces but the company also supplants the luxury MT-G line with new watches from time to time. The newest addition to the family is the MT-GB2000, arriving in a duo of special makeups — the monochrome MTGB2000D-1A and blue-tinged MTGB2000B1A2 — complete with cutting-edge craft.
Like previous MT-G models, the two new timepieces elevate G-SHOCK’s top-shelf Metal Core Guard Structure into a Dual Core Guard shape that features a cabon monocoque case reinforced by carbon fiber and surrounded by an ultra-tough metal frame. The frame also has the added benefit of lending the timepieces a sleeker, more sophisticated profile.
Each watch features a black dial, but the D-1A offers a black bezel while the B-1A2 offers the same in blue. Beneath the hood, the watches boast dual coil motors for maximum efficiency and automatically adjust their hands to whichever timezone the wearer is in (when synced with the G-SHOCK Connected App).
The MTGB2000D-1A retails for $950 USD and the MTGB2000D-1A for $1,000 USD; both will arrive on G-SHOCK’s website and physical outposts in November.
G-SHOCK most recently reintroduced its first-ever analog/digital model: 1989’s AW-500 model.