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Casio outs new G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW-2000 with 3-way time sync system

By Jonnah Pante & Kenny Yeo - on 7 Apr 2017, 11:07am

Casio outs new G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW-2000 with 3-way time sync system

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Casio has added a new name under its Gravitymaster collection as they unveil the G-Shock GPW-2000 at the recently concluded Baselworld 2017 held last March 23-25 in Switzerland.

The G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW-2000 is the first G-Shock to carry Casio's new 3-way time sync system which allows the device to automatically sync the time in three different ways by using radio waves from six timekeeping stations around the world, through GPS satellite signals, and via Bluetooth with a smartphone.

Using the 3-way time sync system, the G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW-2000 can automatically adjust its time to account for location and will even take into account daylight savings time.

Built with a G-Shock trademark quality, the G-Shock GPW-2000 features Triple G Resist that makes it almost impervious to centrifugal forces, shock, and vibration. Its watch case and band are also both made out of ultra tough resin that has been reinforced with carbon fiber. Another interesting feature it has is the Tough Solar technology which allows the device to be charged using solar energy.  Its other features include a chronograph, alarm, world time, and countdown timer.

The Casio G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW-2000 will be available in a few months and will retail at around USD 800 to USD 1,120 (or roughly around PhP 40,000 t PhP 56,000.)

Source: Casio