- Titanium case and bracelet with highly scratch resistant DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coating.
- Push-button and lockable clasp. There’s a switch on the clasp that allows you to lock the clasp which disables the push-button release mechanism. This is one of my favorite features of the MRG line, and something I’ve never seen on any other watch.
- Nearly scratchproof sapphire crystal.
- Extremely shock-resistant construction.
- Atomic calibration (Japan, US, and Europe).
- Solar powered with about a two-year power reserve, two power saving modes, and a low-battery alert (the second hand starts jumping in two-second intervals).
- Stopwatch with a resolution of 1/20th of a second and a max time of 59 minutes and 59.95 seconds.
- Daily alarm.
- Automatic calendar with day and date (no month).
- World time with 27 cities covering 29 time zones. You can also swap your home city and the world time city by holding down the top right button for about three seconds while in world time mode.
- Very bright luminescent paint on the hands and hour indices.
- Water resistant to 200 meters, or about 650 feet.
- 46.8mm wide and 14.6mm high, 113g.
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