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G-Shock Unveils First-Ever Bluetooth Watches

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G-Shock unveils the MRGG200HT-1A and GRAVITYMASTER GPW2000-1A, which are both first-ever bluetooth connected watches on the market.


The MRGG200HT is handcrafted using a traditional Japanese hammer tone technique. The colors are inspired by a Japanese cloud dragon. It features three-way time sync capabilities made possible via Bluetooth Connectivity and G-SHOCK’s GPS Hybrid Wave Ceptor technology, accurately measuring time and location from anywhere on earth.


The GPW2000-1A is the first GRAVITYMASTER model that contains a longitude and latitude indicator, adding a key to record travel location and history for pilots. This model also has the same features as the MRGG200HT. Those that have bluetooth devices would benefit from the watch.


These models, just like any other one, comes with a standard shock resistance and 200M water resistance, as well as world time (39 cities + UTC), an LED super illuminator light,  daily alarm, a full auto calendar, 24-hour second stopwatch and 24-hour countdown timer, and automatic date update capabilities.


The MRGG200HT-1A will be on sale for $7,400 beginning in September 2017. The GPW2000-1A coming out for $800 beginning in May 2017. Check online for actual dates leading up to the release.

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