We've said it before, but if you ask a watch geek their thoughts on the humble G-Shock, chances are they'll give it the tick of approval. Because when it comes to the G-Shock, not only are they incredibly robust watches that are basically bulletproof, but they also exist beyond the horizon of haute horology and have passed into the lands of a more popular culture, where a normal person who has never heard of a tourbillon or a GMT-hand will wear a G-Shock and be proud that it is both cool and comfy. In addition to their broader social recognition, Casio, the manufacturer of the G-Shock, are very good at making wristwatches. Every now and then they pull out all the stops to produce a watch that is still G-Shock at the core, but is finished to such a high standard that you couldn't be blamed for comparing it to a five-figure peer. That's exactly what Albert has with his rainbow Casio MTG-B1000RB, and this is the story of why he decided to seal the deal. When did you first see/hear about it? I was looking at the official G-Shock site just to see what the latest models were, as…

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