Review Of Casio G-Shock GULFMASTER Triple Sensor Atomic GWN-1000H-9A Men’s Watch

Casio watches are known for their ability to do more technologically advanced activities than just timekeeping. Casio’s belief is Creativity and Contribution which is portrayed through their vast amount of technologically advanced timepieces. Casio has shown to the world that watches can be useful for getting information as well. These watches are known for their looks as well as their purpose. Casio has developed watches which can capture, maintain and exhibit an assortment of data, including images, temperature, longitude etc.

For the toughest men who challenge the deepest seas, Casio presents the ultimate Casio G-Shock GULFMASTER Triple Sensor Atomic GWN-1000H-9A Men’s Watch with Smart Access technology, Equipped with Triple Sensors for Measuring Direction with Digital Compass, Altimeter, Barometer and Temperature with Thermometer. The impression is that this watch is a solid timepiece that can take pretty much any punishment you want to give it; after all it’s a G-Shock. To back that statement up, here are a few specs on how tough this watch is. The G-Shock watch has extreme shock resistance and 200 mm water-resistance for worry-free operation in any conditions. The yellow GWN-1000H-9A has yellow and white lettering and a yellow-accented hour hand. The model has a Battery Level Indicator with a Power saving feature. The Gulf master also features a Tide Graph (Tide Level for Specific Date and Time) and Moon Data (Moon Age of the Specific Date).

The Tough Solar ensures stable operation even when using power-hungry functions. The features galore this watch has packed into it. The Dial is well protected with a Mineral Glass and has a Multiband 6 feature. Neobrite and Double LED light functions give abundant brightness for use in the dark. It has World Time – 29 Time Zones, Ability to have two time zones set simultaneously. Also it features 5 Daily Alarms, Countdown Timer, and Hourly Time Signal with an Accuracy ±15 Seconds per Month (With No Signal Calibration). Wave Ceptor (Radio Controlled) feature with a Regular Timekeeping. The Tough Movement watch have a 1/100-Second Stopwatch with a 12/24-Hour Format and a Full Auto-Calendar (To Year 2099).

It’s insane what these timepieces can do nowadays. The timepieces pride themselves on being the toughest watches on the planet to take on any adventure you want to throw at them. Toughness aside, this watch has a long list of functions that would impress the most seasoned explorer and convince them to have a yard sale on the gadgets this watch would replace.