Casio G-Shock | The Gulfmaster

$650

Casio has long been known for the brilliantly tough watches in their G-Shock series, this includes their latest, the Casio G-Shock GWN-Q1000-1A, but it’s better known by its other name, The Gulfmaster!

Super tough, exceptionally accurate, professionally seaproof, The Gulfmaster was built for the men who try to tame the heart of the ocean!

Featuring quad sensor technology, The Gulfmaster will help to keep you in tune with the laws of the open ocean.

Casio G-Shock Gulfmaster front view

Every aspect of this watch was designed to be seaproof. Essentially, it allows you to live in accordance with the wildness of the ocean.

This watch comes with a variety of different sensors that were specifically designed to be used with oceanic activities. Essentially, this makes it perfect for anybody who is active on the sea, including coast guard personnel. The environmental sensors are designed to track changes in ocean conditions. While, the barometer tracks changes in atmospheric pressure to predict weather changes. Check out the video below.

Two different views of the Casio G-Shock Gulfmaster

This watch comes with a variety of sensors that keep you informed. This includes a depth meter.

In addition to this, the compass is designed to determine the direction of tides and wind. While the thermometer tracks changes in air and water temperature. The Gulfmaster also comes with a depth sensor and can be submerged to a depth of 200m (656.16 feet).

Casio G-Shock Gulfmaster front view

The Gulfmaster also comes with a carbon fiber reinforced case.

Besides this, The Gulfmaster comes with a tide graph and moon age data as well as sunrise/sunset data. The case itself is constructed from resin while being reinforced with carbon fiber. The strap, however, is made from soft urethane that gives you supreme comfort on the wrist.

All in all, The Gulfmaster is an exceptionally powerful watch that has been expertly crafted to tame the wild seas.

Get it from Amazon here.

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