99% of G-Shocks are made with hard resin case center plus soft resin outer bezel. That's a fact, which all the knowledgeable members above are trying to tell you. If you want choices of G-Shocks with metal case, see the ones recommended above by other members.
1-the lugs of the inner case (hard resin) will always be subjected to breaking while changing the straps which is attached by hex screws. If these screws are over tightened a little bit ..it may lead to lugs breaking .. same scenarion hppened with many rangeman models ..and you can search it.
2- since the middle case is made of hard resin ..is there an integrated stainless steel threaded tube into the hard resin watch case for the 4 screws of the case back to screw into it ?
These stainless steel threaded tubing into the resin case will eliminate the problem of stripping the resin case threads...that's why a metal cased g shock with a screw caseback will be more durable and have infinite life time of screw/unscrew of the case back...
And these 2 major points should be taken into consideration for the toughest mudmaster... As casio did with the frogmann.
By the way i had the mudmaster gwg1000. But i bought it before knowing that it was plastic cased
Well I own a mudmaster as well and really mistreated this thing.Taking about running a mud race. Jumping into ice water. Crawling in mud and sand and this watch has taken the beating without any problems. Could probably sell it to you as a new watch haha.So don't worry
Of course I cannot comment if the resin will age worse that steel would but being honest here -> this would take so long... by that time you will have bought another G already due to is new cooler features
Nothing last forever...
...except honey !!!
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