First seen at Baselworld 2017, Casio’s new G-Shock Gravitymaster GPW2000 is fully connected to GPS and boasts a ‘Mission Stamp,’ a function that records time and location. This data can then be sent via Bluetooth to a dedicated mobile app that retains a detailed graph of the wearer’s movement history, as well as the ability to log and store previous travels. Essentially, it becomes the wearer’s flight log.
The 57mm Gravitymaster’s Bluetooth capability also means the wearer can link to the G-Shock Connected smartphone app for automatic time adjustment, world time setting and the aforementioned flight log GPS mapping function. Other premium features include a sapphire crystal, carbon reinforced connection structure, Casio’s Triple G Resist technology, high-brightness LED light, direct UTC display, a daily alarm, 24-hour stopwatch and a countdown timer.
As is typical with G-Shock, the watch boasts 200 meters of water resistance, shock resistance, and magnetic resistance.
Price: $800. Casio details many of the functions of the new Gravitymaster in this video.