Toughness and luxury collide in the latest addition to the G-Shock line. The MRGG2000RJ-2A has an all-titanium case that went through a process to make it five times harder than regular titanium and a caseback inscribed with the Japanese word "Jyuryokumaru" (which means gravity) that is hand engraved by famous swordsmith Teruhira Kamiyama. The mirror-like purple bezel is strong too, made from Murasaki-gane metal and Cobarion; materials that make it two to three times stronger than stainless steel. Features like world time, a full auto-calendar, and airplane mode on the dial shouldn't be overlooked, and the watch is also connected via Bluetooth, GPS satellite reception, and Multi-Band 6 technology along with solar tech to charge it in any light condition. Finished with a deep violet Flouro-Rubber band, it's available starting next month.