My other g-shock master watchRead more gentle to it. But, I have always had a new bezel and strap on standby ready to swap out when the time comes! Whilst after market steel bumper bars can be added, I am pretty sure it would scratch the buttons.
Feeling like this is a GravityMaster review? Well, to understand why I bought the MudMaster GWG-1000, this background information helps. Find the GravityMaster review by me if you want to read more about it. One more thing, when I was shopping for GravityMaster, I didn't get the GravityMaster GW-A1000 despite it has a spherical mineral glass and it is slight easier to read given its larger hands and cheaper. The GW-A1100 is just so much more refined and sophisticated with hands mimicking aeroplane dials and sapphire crystal glass. MudMaster GWG-1000 has a similar look to the GW-A1000, albeit with aspherical glass, but much better sapphire crystal glass, the next toughest crystal next to diamond. It is not the latest model but I bought it anyway. Here is why:
New MudMaster and GravityMaster release
In March 2019, CASIO announced the new GravityMaster GWR-B1000; and in July the same year, the new MudMaster GG-B100. Both are bluetooth enabled watches with phone app. This is fantastic because it means time sync with smart phone is finally here, rather than depending on Multi-band 6 - CASIO radio towers that is useless to me, because where I live - Australia - there are no CASIO towers. Not that I had to adjust time much at all through the years, but knowing time is always accurate is fundamental.
With the new breed of MudMaster and GravityMaster, CASIO is changing its direction in a bid to stay modern and relevant. Bluetooth enablement as mentioned is one, size and weight are coming down too. Some would say the size of the watch face should be relative to your wrist. It should never cover the entire width of your wrist. So you might not agree with my choice. Personally I absolutely love big G-Shock watches, even though it can sometimes give me trouble with dress shirt sleeves.
I have had my old G-Shock a GravityMaster GW-A1100 for 7 years now. Still love it after all these years and I wear it everyday. It still brings a smile when I look at its beautiful face. Whilst its satin finish has slowly turned shiny and there are a couple of nicks on the plastic bezel, there is no scratches on the sapphire crystal glass and it essentially looks new apart from the wear-and-tear aforementioned. Regarding the nicks on the bezel, this is precisely what the plastic bezel is for. Must say I am not that...
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