Casio has a trio of all-new G-LIDE timepieces that will have surfers who want to be on top of their covered – non-skill-wise, obviously. A watch can’t make anyone surf any better, but the knowledge of tide information, as well as measurement functions will benefit surfers when it comes to polishing their skill.
The new G-Shock G-LIDE GBX100 Surf Watches not only comes with new updated technical features, but they now boasts app connectivity that opens up to a host of mobile link functions like tide point settings at around 3,300 locations around the globe, step tracker, training plans, and more.
Other notable features include an updated case with wide face design, high-resolution Memory in Pixel (MIP) LCD display, a resin and metal double layer bezel, forged stainless steel bezel cover, slits on urethane band (to promote draining of water and sweat), 200 meters (656 feet) water resistance, shock resistance, Super Illuminator, World Time covering 300 cities with the app, stopwatch and countdown timer, 4 alarms, and full auto calendar.
The new G-Shock G-LIDE GBX100 Surf Watches will sell for US$160 a piece when it becomes available in mid-June (black model, GBX100-1) and mid-July (for black and white model GBX100-7, and blue model GBX100-2).
In the meantime, you can learn more about the new G-LIDE GBX100 surfing timepieces over at the new dedicated product page HERE.
All images courtesy of Casio America, Inc..