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    Mrg 8000g

    hello, I have just joined this forum in the hope that someone might be able to point me to someone/somwhere that I could buy this watch. new would be ideal, but lightly used is also possible.

    I would be very grateful for your help...

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    Re: Mrg 8000g

    welcome to the forum. being only 200 were produced, and costing like USD$5000, this MRG is pretty hard to get. sorry i cant help but ill let others to help you out.

    pretty cool MRG with gold accent.



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    Re: Mrg 8000g

    MRG's are very nice and very expensive. The MTG's are nice also. I wish they were sold here in the USA.

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    Re: Mrg 8000g

    I was able to get a watch limited to 500 units from the kind gentleman at http://www.seiyajapan.com/. I'd start with contacting him and go from there.

    Good luck, very nice watch. With zero on eBay yet it might be pretty hard to find. Seiya has an excellent reputation here (as with me) if can be gotten he'll be one of the best to help.
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    Re: Mrg 8000g

    thank you very much for your quick responses. I have contacted seiyajapan.com and keeping my fingers crossed.

    I moved to switzerland some years ago working for a bank. I was adamant that I would never buy an expensive watch and soon enough I had spent 20k on something heavy, fragile and not very accurate. peer pressure and 20 watch shops on my walk to work. Within a month I sold it for 15k and bought a gw-300u in the airport and have never taken it off and vowed never to waste money on watches again. while I would clearly be wasting some cash I would at least be able to continue telling all my friends with expensive watches what time it actually is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by h-bo View Post
    thank you very much for your quick responses. I have contacted seiyajapan.com and keeping my fingers crossed.

    I moved to switzerland some years ago working for a bank. I was adamant that I would never buy an expensive watch and soon enough I had spent 20k on something heavy, fragile and not very accurate. peer pressure and 20 watch shops on my walk to work. Within a month I sold it for 15k and bought a gw-300u in the airport and have never taken it off and vowed never to waste money on watches again. while I would clearly be wasting some cash I would at least be able to continue telling all my friends with expensive watches what time it actually is.
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    Re: Mrg 8000g

    you can try to get the MRG-8000RG-1A1JF instead if the plain 8000G model is not available, looks quite similar, lots of gold, too



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    Re: Mrg 8000g

    8000rg.. i found a couple of pictures of this... is it the same as 8000g, but in red gold, hence rg? if so... thats the one i will be needing.

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    Re: Mrg 8000g

    I don't know for sure but it makes sense that RG means Red Gold because the red hands are specified within 1A1JF as far as I know (the complete numbering for the G model is MRG-8000G-1AJF)

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    The RG one will be even harder to get, I am afraid, it is not listed here at G-Shock Perfect Search:

    http://product-search.casio.jp/wat/g-shock/history_result.php?page=70&sort=1&view=1&f_y=&f_m= &t_y=&t_m=&pr1=&pr2=&type=&wa=&so=&mo=&md=&func_s= &sbrand=a%3A1%3A{i%3A1%3Bs%3A1%3A%221%22%3B..&theme 1=a%3A0%3A{..&theme2=a%3A0%3A{..&func=a%3A0%3A{..&cas e=a%3A0%3A{..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sibe View Post
    I don't know for sure but it makes sense that RG means Red Gold because the red hands are specified within 1A1JF as far as I know
    This is Casio we're talking about. They have a unique way with language..

    Believe it or not, MRG stands for Majestic Reality G.
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