Style meets Toughness with G-Shock Master of G Watch
Take a look at Casio G-Shock’s latest Master of G Watch. Master of G has adapted and evolved to respond successfully to conditions in 3 different fields: In The Sky, On The Land and Out at Sea. Gathering feedback from professionals on the front lines of these fields to ensure that it’s development solutions meet their needs.
In The Sky
GRAVITYMASTER, GPW1000 (pictured above)
The World’s First GPS ATOMIC SOLAR HYBRID with CASIO-original GPS Hybrid radio-controlled technology built inside a TRIPLE G Shock Resistant structure. This unique technology combines Multi-band 6 capability to receive any one of six time calibration signals around the globe with a receiver that acquires position and time information from GPS satellites. When GPS information is acquired the watch determines your current time zone and judges whether or not your location requires the use of summer time, and updates watch settings accordingly. The combination of these two capabilities and underlying tough structure creates a hybrid timepiece designed and engineered to ensure that you are on time all the time, no matter where you happen to be. Absolute Toughness with Universal Accuracy.
This new model is the first in the G-Aviation lineup to be equipped with Twin Sensor capabilities, creating a watch that is perfectly matched to the needs of the modern aviator, both in terms of function and appearance. Pressing the button at the 9 o’clock position in any mode immediately goes to the Digital Compass Mode, and the button at the 8 o’clock position returns the watch to the mode it was in before the Digital Compass Mode. Continual direction readings can be taken for 20 seconds, during which the second hand points to north, a literal direction indicator is displayed in the upper display, and a direction angle value is displayed in the lower display. Bearing Memory lets you temporarily store and display a direction reading so you can use it as a reference as you take subsequent digital compass readings. Other features include temperature measurement, large numerals, and thick hands for easy reading. A coating on the tip of the second hand and minute markers reacts with the black light illumination of the watch for easy reading in the dark. Black resin band analog & digital with black/blue/white face.
On The Land – Mudmaster
This new MUDMASTER model was created especially for this whose work takes it into areas where piles of rubble, dirt, and debris are present.
Out at Sea – Gulfmaster
The new Gulfmaster ocean concept G-Shock that predicts weather changes. For the toughest men who challenge the deepest seas, Casio presents the ultimate maritime G-Shock with Smart Access technology.Equipped with Triple Sensors for Measuring Direction, Atmospheric Pressure/Altitude, and Temperature Hands Serve to Indicate Atmospheric Pressure and Compass Bearing. The GWN1000B-1B Gulfmaster is a black watch with a blue face and ion plated stainless steel bezel.
From the GULFMASTER series comes a new collection of Twin Sensor mode watches. The GN1000, designed and engineered to stand up to the rigors of maritime. A digital compass takes continuous reading for 60 seconds to help find you bearings at sea, and a thermometer feature helps to keep you informed about the environment around you. A Tide Graph feature lets you check tide conditions whenever you want, while a Moon Age indicator shows a graphic representation of Moon data. From functionality to design, everything about these new GULFMASTER models supports the men of the sea and their activities in harsh environments.