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    What does MRG stands for?

    What does MRG stands for?
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    Re: What does MRG stands for?

    I think it stands for "Mister" "G-shock" Like "Mr. G"

    There is also a G. Ms. line for women. I bought one for my mom once. I think they wanted G-Ms instead of MSG!
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    Re: What does MRG stands for?

    What about MTG ?
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    Re: What does MRG stands for?

    Quote Originally Posted by lvt View Post
    What about MTG ?
    Metal Twisted-G !

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    Quote Originally Posted by lvt View Post
    What about MTG ?
    metal-twisted G-shock

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    Re: What does MRG stands for?

    I read somewhere that MR-G is supposed to stand for 'Majestic Reality G'

    But I think everyone is cool with Mister G these days :D

    Now they just need to make missus G and they'll have an alternate line to the lover's set, for married couples :)

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    Re: What does MRG stands for?

    I could be wrong but always thought that MRG stands for "Metal Reinforced G-Shock"


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    Re: What does MRG stands for?

    It's just Mister G, like it's a grown up G-Shock model.


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    Re: What does MRG stands for?

    Thanks for the feeback guys. Really appreciated.

    The reason I ask because I came across somewhere on the Internet, some article mentioned MRG stands for blah-blah-blah, and I forgot about it. I cant recall what is it. And I didn't bookmark the article. I know its popular for MRG to stands for Mister G, but somehow I think there's another version of it. A version that just click. Mister G doesn't click for me... Well, I guess its not so straightforward the answer. Hope I could finalize the answer one day, "MRG stands for ..................!"
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    Re: What does MRG stands for?

    Quote Originally Posted by nnbz View Post
    ... I know its popular for MRG to stands for Mister G, but somehow I think there's another version of it.
    As others have commented in this thread already, MR-G stands for Mister-G, nothing else nothing more. It is coined by a Casio Japan product team, and as many other JDM names and terms it brings a sense of 'something lost in a translation', to the point of sounding borderline silly.

    There was a video posted few years back of an interview with the MR-G lead designer, together with the virtual MR-G factory tour (there is a special part of the Casio factory in Japan dedicated only to MR-G watch-line manufacture, with full manual assembly and QC of every MR-G watch produced), he was asked what the MR-G stood for...and 'Mister G' was given as an answer

    No need to still wonder and expect an answer from elsewhere...it is what it is.

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