Casio is extremely pleased to bring forth its new G-Shock Frogman GWF1000-1 watch. Developed with scuba diving in mind, this novelty offers certain technical upgrades over its popular predecessor.
The new Casio watch is equipped with special features, which make it an essential diving accessory. It boasts the Time Measurement Mode, intended for measuring the total time spent underwater as well as the time spent on the surface.
Moreover, the model is fitted with a memory log, which serves to record dive times.
Mind-blowing in its appearance, the Casio watch also includes a tide graph and a moon graph, meant for tracking high and low tides and an advanced Non-Stop Tough Solar Power.
The latter represents a tiny solar panel coupled with a large-capacity rechargeable battery. This remarkable duo enables an array of useful functions to operate smoothly.
The Casio G-Shock Frogman GWF1000-1 watch benefits from the new Self-Adjusting Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping Technology. It ensures the automatic update of the model due to the signals it receives from transmitters in Japan, United States, United Kingdom, Germany and China. This technology even adjusts for leap year and daylight saving time.
Other amenities of the brand’s latest brainchild include full auto EL backlight, four daily alarms as well as a 1/100 second chronograph.
All the technical treasures are enclosed in a round-shaped stainless steel case, treated with DLC coating. It is outlined by the bezel, produced from the same material. Extremely shock-resistant, the model offers 200-meter water-resistance.
A black rubber strap adds a final note of harmony to the meticulously developed design of the new Casio diver’s watch.