Jam-packed with enough functions to make most smartwatches blush, the Casio G-Shock MR-G Hammer Tone Watch stands out from its candy-colored cousins not with features, but with finishes that recall its cultural heritage. Both the bezel and the center band links are finished using the Japanese Tsu-i-ki technique that creates unique relief patterns through hammering, and are joined by highlights in Oboro-gin and Akagene, materials native to Japanese craftwork. As for specifics, the watch is powered by a GPS controlled Multi-Band 6 housed in a 54.7mm titanium case that's both hardened and DLC-coated. In addition to traditional time functions, it offers a latitude indicator, world time, alarm, an auto calendar, a stopwatch, a countdown timer, a day/date display, and water resistance down to 200 meters. Limited to just 300 piece worldwide.