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G-SHOCK’s Analog FROGMAN With A Carbon Case

Initially presented in 1993, the primary FROGMAN jump watch — the DW-6300 — denoted the start of what is currently a prized individual from G-SHOCK‘s broad item goes, with the horological outfit discharging refreshed, progressively mechanically propelled forms over the lineup’s time underway. Furthermore, without precedent for the FROGMAN‘s multi-year history, G-SHOCK has divulged a simple rendition of the nautical timepiece with the new FROGMAN GWF-A1000.

Outfitted with curiously large hands and usefulness for exceptional jumping and tide modes, the GWF-A1000‘s simple face doesn’t mean this FROGMAN is making a stride in reverse mechanically, with luxuries on the watch including radio-controlled time-keeping with programmed modification for in excess of 300 urban communities, sun based driving, and Bluetooth similarity for association with G-SHOCK‘s cell phone application that has a group of pre-set tide point settings from a portion of the world’s head plunge detects a savvy plunging log and telephone discoverer. Water-impervious to 200-meters (656.1’), the simple FROGMAN is included by an ultra-hardwearing yet lightweight carbon fiber monocoque (Carbon Core Guard) skeleton with a unique Frog symbol case back, sapphire gem with non-intelligent covering, and Super Illuminator LED. Combined with a Fluoroelastomer band and offered in dark, red, and naval force hues, the GWF-A1000‘s accessibility, discharge date, presently can’t seem to be uncovered. For more info click here.

FROGMAN GWF-A1000 Promotion movie: CASIO G-SHOCK

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