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Monday, 15 August 2016 17:57

Casio G-Shock’s New Gulfmaster comes with first-ever Quad Sensor tech

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The Gulfmaster GWNQ1000-1A model comes with Quad Sensor technology which adds a water depth sensor to the watch for the first time ever and the atmospheric pressure, temperature and the magnetic sensors for the compass readings.

The watch has been designed specifically for those who are extremely active at sea.

The atmospheric pressure sensor to help predict a sudden change in weather conditions, as well as a temperature sensor to read changes in air and water temperature. The magnetic sensor on the other hand helps detect bearing, and a water depth sensor to measure an individual's current depth under water. Each of the sensor modes are in full display on the watch’s face with a button to toggle between the sensors. These features a meant to further improve rescue operations.

The new watch also comes with 200m Water Resistance and Shock Resistance, Full Auto Double LED Light, World Time with 31 time zones that include 48 cities + UTC, Barometric Pressure Alarm, Tide Indicator, 4 Daily Alarms and 1 Snooze Alarm, 1/100th second Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, 12/24 Hour Formats, and a Storm Alarm, all in a 48mm case.


The model is the first Gulfmaster model to feature sapphire crystal and comes with an optimized case made of carbon fiber casing and metal pipes for durability.

The watch will retailing for $850.

 

 

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