Saturday, March 25, 2017

Casio G-Shock GPW2000-1A Gravitymaster - a GPS Bluetooth Connected Watch

In Basel at the Baselworld 2017, Casio G-SHOCK reveals the GRAVITYMASTER GPW2000-1A, the first-ever Bluetooth connected model in the Master of G series. The model, built specifically for pilots, it's an upgrade of last years Casio's G-SHOCK Gravitymaster GPW1000, a popular watch for among pilots.

The new Casio G-SHOCK reveals the GRAVITYMASTER GPW2000-1A features connected GPS capabilities including Mission Stamp – a function that will record time and location, transmitting the information via Bluetooth to a special Smartphone Link app, which can then be viewed in a flight log.

The GPW2000-1A is the first GRAVITYMASTER model to contain a longitude indicator in addition to a latitude indicator – adding a key function to record travel location and history for pilots carrying out their missions. Other premium features include a sapphire crystal for minimal scratching, carbon fiber second hand, carbon fiber insert band and a unique carbon band lock insert, which prevents loosening due to heavy vibrations.

The GPW2000-1A is full equipped with standard G-SHOCK technology to resist shocks, water resistance up to 200M, as well as magnetic resistance, a full auto super LED light, dual-dial world time (auto time zone, 28 cities + UTC), a daily alarm, and a 24-hour stopwatch and 24-hour countdown timer.

The new GRAVITYMASTER GPW2000-1A will retail for $800 and will arrive in May 2017.

Source | Casio
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