Remember the Casio G-Shock G-Squad GBD-H1000 that we were pretty pumped about? Well, it is known just as GBDH1000 in stateside and under the G-Shock Move collection. So, yeah. It is available outside of Japan.

Casio G-Shock Move GBDH1000 Wrist Watch

The GBDH1000-1A7, which is joined by an all-black model GBD-H1000-1, is everything we have mentioned in our previous post, including it being the first-ever G-Shock to be outfitted with a heart rate monitor.

If you need a recap, here’s a run down of its key features:

  • Display: MIP (memory-in-pixel) LCD display
  • Location: GPS, GLONASS, QZSS
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth technology
  • Sensors: 3-axis accelerometer, optical sensor for heart rate monitoring, altimeter, barometer, thermometer, compass and step tracker
  • Battery: Up to 12-month battery life or up to 66 hours with heart rate monitoring, or just 14 hours with all sensors deployed
  • Water resistance: to 20 ATM (200 meters or 660 feet)
  • Other features: Super illuminator that automatically turns on by tilting your arm, built-in vibration motor, metal bezel with raised resin structures, new buttons design, soft urethane band with holes, solar charging/USB charging

The GBDH1000-1A7 and GBD-H1000-1 will sell for $399.99 when they are available mid-April. You can pick up the model from the usual G-Shock retailers including Macy’s, G-Shock Soho Store as well as gshock.com.

Images: G-Shock.

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