The new Rangeman is the world’s first solar-assisted GPS navigation device and also has a Triple Sensor (alti/barometer, compass, thermometer) and Bluetooth connectivity. The watch has a low-temperature LCD display (-20°C, -4°F), sapphire crystal, and carbon fiber insert band for enhanced durability. It is water-resistant to 200 meters and like the original it is resistant to mud and dust.
The GPR-B1000 is the first G-Shock with the Navigation System feature. The watch can display the current location on a route or bearing to a destination in real-time. Tracking data can be saved automatically in intervals and point data (time/date, longitude/latitude, altitude, atmospheric pressure, and temperature) can be recorded with the push of a button. Up to 20 tracks and 60 points can be saved to the memory log. The Backtrack function allows the user navigate to the starting point, using track data to display the route and current bearing. New routes can be created and log data managed on a Bluetooth-connected smartphone with the G-Shock Connected app, with a 2D and 3D map display and timeline for tracking data. Photos taken with the phone while using GPS can be displayed in the timeline view.
A connected smartphone also allows the watch to sync with internet time servers, and time-syncing can also be done with GPS signals. Like the original, the new Rangeman has sunrise and sunset data and now also has a tide graph and moon data feature is used past its limit.
From the MASTER OF G Series MUDMASTER, the watch that is designed and engineered to withstand rough land environments, come carbon resin models that incorporate a new type of structure. The QUAD SENSOR Mudmaster - the addition of a Steptracker to the popular Triple Sensor sensor - COMPASS, ALTIMTER, BAROMETER, THERMOMETER, STEPTRACKER!
Introducing the Casio G-SHOCK Rangeman GW9400-1D, the latest addition to the Master of G series of tough and rugged timepieces that are designed and engineered to stand up to the most grueling conditions imaginable.
RANGEMAN is Triple Sensor equipped, which makes it capable of keeping altitude, barometric pressure, temperature, and direction readings at your fingertips.
Cylindrical buttons provide outstanding operation and improved resistance to impact. The frequently used sensor button (center right) has a metal cover that protects it against lateral impact and keeps foreign matter out. Pressing the sensor button in any mode takes you directly to a sensor screen. Each sensor mode has its own audible to