CASIO G-SHOCK Vintage Black & Gold MUDMASTER (JDM Model)

12 months ago
Price
$175.00
Brand
Azimuth
Seller
Tim P.
Available on
Watchnet.com
Location
Glen Carbon, IL USA
Description

Offering up my G-Shock Mudmaster, part of the Rose Gold Master of G collection, which includes models from all three categories of the Master of G series:
Land (Mudmaster), Sea (Gulfmaster), and Air (Gravitymaster).
Model #GG-1000RG-1AJF
The watch is a beast at 55mm by 17mm thick, but is super comfortable on the wrist, and features a bevy of features that make it an incredibly useful companion in any environment.
Impact resistant
Dustproof / mud structure
20 ATM water resistant
World time: 48 cities worldwide (31 time zone, with daylight saving time setting function) Time display of UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)
Orientation measurement function: 16 azimuth
orientation Measure angle (0 to 359 ) of continuous direction, measure azimuth continuously (20 seconds), bearing memory (azimuth angle, one graphic showing recorded direction), magnetic deflection correction function, azimuth correction function
Temperature measurement Function (measurement range: -10 to 60
C)
Stopwatch (1/100 second, 24 hour total, with split)
Timer (set unit: 1 minute, maximum set: 60 minutes, measured in 1 second increments)
5 time alarms (with only 1 snooze function)
Timetable
Battery exhaust notice function
Full auto calendar
12/24 hour display switching
Operation sound ON / OFF switching function
LED light (super illuminator, auto light , Afterglow function, with afterglow time switching (1.5 sec / 3 sec)
The watch is in terrific condition, all functions work perfectly.
Unfortunately, the original owner lost the box and papers, but a copy of the manual is included, and is also available online.
These sell from Japan retailers for over $300.
Grab this one for $175 delivered in US.
Paypal payment preferred.
Email with questions, and thanks for looking!
                                          Tim P.
"To me, boxing is like a ballet, except there's no music, no choreography, and the dancers hit each other." -- Jack Handy
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