Introducing the Casio G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW-1000 for 2014
A few months before, Casio has released a new model, G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW-1000 watch, the first watch to incorporate atomic timekeeping, GPS and solar energy in one package. Furthermore, the piece is provided using the triple G resistance that supplements already amazing toughness from the models in the G-Shock collection. You will find several interesting solutions regarding the making of the wide case and also the band from the watch that has the typical group of numerous functions which could are often present in a Casio model. The novelty will come in three different palettes and could be purchased at the cost of $950.
The very first option the newcomer allows, the reception of GPS satellite radio waves, can be used to quickly alter the proven time zone to the most appropriate one. Not just that it changes time zone instantly, it considers whether daylight saving occasions are essential. The planet time feature from the G-Shock novelty includes the option of 40 different timezones with 27 metropolitan areas and UTC zone. You will find also signs that demonstrate a town code display. Furthermore, the timepiece will also support a dual time zone function, or quite simply it enables a synchronised display of your time in 2 timezones. It's likewise vital that you state that GPS feature can be simply switched off which isn't only convenient, but additionally necessary once the individual travels on the plane.
Additionally to GPS signals, the recently developed and patented GPS Hybrid Waveceptor 2 technology that is opened within the piece enables the timepiece to feature atomic timekeeping. Because it is many less frequent for that more recent generation Casios, the timepiece is able to receive signals from atomic clocks situated in The United States, Asia and europe. Time signal is received instantly maximum 5 or 6 occasions each day (with respect to the location) or could be become upon request. Obviously, the reception enables watch to become ultimately precise. Without receiving signals, the precision from the piece is at just a few seconds monthly.
Another essential element that suggests the piece is always that it operates on solar energy. Furthermore, it offers highly efficient shadow dispersion solar cells from the new generation. It may be charged up again despite weak artificial illumination and when it's fully billed, it offers seven month worth functioning from the watch that is pretty. The timepiece will also support power saving and end-of-life indication features.
Casio G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW-1000 is really as well interesting because of its construction and not just for that supported functions. It offers the most popular resilient built of the G-Shock piece, strengthened with the help of triple G resist structure that pads the timepiece from freefall, oscillations and centrifugal pressure. Among the solutions which was employed to really make it more resistant may be the inclusion of the frame made from extremely rigid resin which circles the DLC treated steel case. Incidentally, the newcomer is fairly large because it needs a wider frame to make sure quality reception of radio waves. Its round case is 56 mm wide and 18.8 mm high. Oddly enough, the crystal consists of sapphire which isn't that frequently observed in the types of japan watch manufacturing company. Supported waterproofness is pretty high and measures to 200 meters. Furthermore, the novel Casio is interesting since we have an uncommon steel bracelet that is strengthened with carbon-fiber card inserts.
Underneath the sapphire crystal there's a multi-layered analog dial whose visibility is elevated since it is provided with Brought light of very pronounced brightness. The dial with three sub-counters and a date aperture shows the large number of supported functions which are selected by using a digital crown. Aside from the pointed out world some time and dual time functions, you will find a continuous calendar (having a day and date display), sensors, a countdown timer along with a stopwatch.