April 2020 will send heads swirling with the much-anticipated drop of the G-Shock GBD-H1000.
Comparable to G-Shock's GPR-B1000 Rangeman, the GBD-H1000 offers a high res memory-in-pixel (MIP) LCD screen on each model. Casio's new fitness series comes with numerous built-in features, including five sensors: accelerometer, compass, optical heart rate monitor, pressure sensor, thermometer, and GPS. The active training functions display on the watch is customizable. Other notable features include Bluetooth mobile link, haptic vibration alerts, USB charging.
With the Bluetooth functionality and smartphone app, G-Shock has partnered with Firstbeat Technologies to report training analysis and training measurements such as fitness/training trends, calories burned, heart rate and GPS travel (distance, pace, and elapsed time).
Here's what you can expect from the G-Shock GBD-H1000:
The new design is shock resistant to protect the glass and buttons with its all-around toughness
20-bar water resistance with a waterproof charging terminal
Resin covers the bezel making buttons user-friendly
Buttons are Resin and metal dual-colored with non-slip design
A soft urethane band with featuring multiple band holes for better airflow and band length flexibility.
For all the athletes and active readers out there, this tech-forward G-Shock is just for you as it comes equipped will many dynamic training functions.
Heart Rate Monitor
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