The unique fake Casio G-Shock MT-G quartz watch features an advanced (some may even call it revolutionary) Tough Movement technology. Simply put, the watch automatically checks positioning of its hands every hour or so against correct time broadcasted by a nearest atomic clock and adjusts them to a proper position, if needed, to always display correct time.


Two of them are broadcasting from Japan, two from Europe (UK and Germany,) one from the United States and the last one from China.

According to the Japanese company, the higher accuracy of the mechanism is ensured courtesy of their Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping technology.

The “6” here means that the watch is capable of receiving radio calibration signals from up to six different transmitters strategically placed all over the civilized world.

Casio G-Shock MT-G (MTG1100-1A) chronograph watch

Practically speaking, customers living in Africa, Australia Latin America and most ex-Soviet countries that don’t share their borders either with EU or with China are again left behind. Damn it.

As usual, the Casio G-Shock MT-G 1100-1A is packed with features, including luminous hands and markers covered with Casio’s Neo-Brite, 1/100 second chronograph counter, 29 city world time and even daily alarm.

All these functions need enormous amount of power, so the mens Casio copy watch is equipped with a tiny solar panel working together with a high-capacity rechargeable battery.


Frankly, some may argue that the Multi-Band 6 technology simply tries to remedy the base movement’s inherent inability to keep time, however, the same can be said about tourbillon escapements in mechanical watches: they are, too, simply a pair of crutches in order make naturally flawed mechanism to be more reliable. In other words, we should probably consider the hands correction system an integral part of the watch that, while not making it considerably more expensive, makes it more precise. Purists may frown here, but those who don’t want to miss their plane or train while looking extremely cool wearing this oversized beauty will simply make a good investment into a gadget of high quality and good industrial design.



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Casio G-Shock MT-G (MTG1100-1A) chronograph watch (front view)

Photos: Casio

Casio G-Shock MT-G (MTG1100-1A) quartz watch specification

Price range: $650
Movement: Japanese quartz
Complications: Date, day of week, chronograph, 29 cities, atomic clock synchronization
Power reserve: No data
Case material: Stainless steel and resin
Bezel material: Resin
Case shape: Round
Transparent case back: No
Case size: 47.00 mm
Case height: 16.00 mm
Dial: Different shades of gray, multilayered
Hands: Stainless steel, skeletonized
Water resistance: 200 meters
Strap: Stainless steel bracelet
Crystal: Mineral, hardened
Back: Solid


As usual for the G-Shock series, the watch comes in a huge, rugged-looking case around 47 millimeters in width and almost 16 millimeters in height, so be sure to try one on before ordering it online.

Due to the use of stainless steel for the body and the bracelet, the best quality fake Casio watch is pretty heavy, too, tipping the scales at some 130 grams.