Any gunmetal/titanium gray metal G-shocks?

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    Any gunmetal/titanium gray metal G-shocks?

    Just started a new job where the dress code is business casual...right now I have an all black metal G-shock and a matte silver metal G-shock, but sometimes I feel like neither are really appropriate and stand out a little too much for some of the outfits I wear. I think a gray titanium gray colored metal G-shock would be a good compromise on such days. I could easily find such a watch from other brands like Skagen but would like to try and find a G-shock first given I've worn G-shocks my whole life. Could anybody point me to some models? I know Casio doesn't really have all that many G-shocks that are metal and titanium gray, short of going with MR-Gs, and I don't want to spend over $200 if possible, $300 being the absolute max.

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    Re: Any gunmetal/titanium gray metal G-shocks?

    you may need to look for a vintage MRG in titanium

    what about the MTG910DA with black ion coated metal bracelet?

    otherwise i think GW600, i think it has a ti version as well

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    Re: Any gunmetal/titanium gray metal G-shocks?

    The MTG-910DA is a very cool lookB-)







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    Re: Any gunmetal/titanium gray metal G-shocks?

    Quote Originally Posted by stockae92
    you may need to look for a vintage MRG in titanium

    what about the MTG910DA with black ion coated metal bracelet?

    otherwise i think GW600, i think it has a ti version as well
    I agree about a Titanium MRG...maybe a MRG 130...they are kinda rare though...tough to find a titanium watch for under $200, but it would last a lifetime!

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    Re: Any gunmetal/titanium gray metal G-shocks?

    How about a Titanium Casio Pro-Trek PRG-80T? Not really a G-Shock, but I consider it just as tough. The Titanium finish is nice as well on both case and bracelet. There is a chrome like bezel however, but it's not too flashy.

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    Re: Any gunmetal/titanium gray metal G-shocks?

    Agree with Solar G Shocker -

    An MRG is maybe your best bet as they are Titanium, and grey/gray.

    Also maybe look at the PROTREK, although I think they are more of a "TOOL" watch.

    Here's a quick close up of an MRG colouring and metal

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    Re: Any gunmetal/titanium gray metal G-shocks?

    MRG:gold

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