when i read the desc
seems the only diff is 2500 is atomic, 1500 is not
yeah, planning to buy it at bencoolen also :D
btw, how much was the price?
Except for Tough Movement in MT-G1500, both ana-digis have the same features in every other respect: 60' Timer, 1/100" 24 hr Chrono, 29 Zones/48 Cities World Time, 5 Alarms, Lume, LED, Solar Power and Atomic Timekeeping.
Apparently, the Tough Movement feature in MT-G1500 rockets its price to $500, compared to $250-300 for GW2500.
Last edited by Kaiser T; August 16th, 2010 at 17:48.
I think the MT-G1500 has a different use for the sub-dial at 3. It won't display a third time zone, IIRC.
MTG1500-1A - G-Shock - Timepiece - Products - CASIO
Real drawback. Because the 2500 will give you two time zones at any time plus a third function on the digital.
Difference between GW1500 and GW2500 is indeed just the atomic and the price.
Both have atomic timekeeping. Check:
Sorry for the confusion of which I was part. Those model numbers aren't easy. The OP never asked for the MTG1500, as you presumed. He asked for the G1500. I mistakenly added the W. The G1500 doesn't have the atomic feature. The MTG does, as you rightly say, but I didn't mean that one.
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