Casio G-SHOCK has announced the launch of a new Desert Camouflage Series of outdoor watches. These new timepieces include MUDMAN, RANGEMAN, and MUDMASTER models, all of which are a part of the Master of G line. Each watch has a military-inspired design, with a black bezel, light brown lettering, orange accents, and a desert camo wristband.

Above: the Casio G-SHOCK MUDMAN GW9300DC-1 has a mud-resistant case, reverse LCD display, and Twin Sensor (compass/thermometer). MSRP: $350

All three of these new watches are powered by G-SHOCK's Tough Solar system, which uses integrated solar panels to gather energy from the sun during normal use. This solar energy is then stored in a rechargeable battery that powers all the watch's functions, including Multiband 6 atomic timekeeping. The atomic system allows the watch to receive calibration signals from radio transmitters around the globe, ensuring your watch is accurate down to the second.

Above: the Casio G-SHOCK RANGEMAN GW9400DCJ-1 uses a standard LCD display, plus a Triple Sensor (altimeter/barometer, compass, and thermometer). MSRP: $450

As expected from G-SHOCK, these three watches are designed to withstand the company's 7 Elements: electric shock resistance, gravity resistance, low temperature resistance, vibration resistance, water resistance (200 meters, in this case), shock resistance and toughness. The MUDMAN and MUDMASTER models are also mud-resistant for added protection during wilderness survival scenarios.

Above: the Casio G-SHOCK MUDMASTER GWG1000DC-1A5, with a combination of analog and digital features. This variant also features a Triple Sensor (altimeter/barometer, compass, and thermometer) and sapphire crystal. MSRP: $800

These three new watches will be available beginning in October via select retail stores and

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