Casio’s high-tech Rangeman GPS watch not only offers navigational assistance, but its can use solar power to extend GPS run time in a pinch. In addition to logging paths, it can help you backtrack where you came from too, and sync route data with a smartphone.
G-Shock Japan celebrates its 35th anniversary with a special edition of the watch that started it all – the DW-5000C. The GMW-B5000 is an all metal version of the first G-Shock watch. It also has solar charging, an LED backlight and Bluetooth connectivity to a mobile app.
G-Shock has been using its DW-5600 for collabs with streetwear brands, but mostly with bland results. This release with leather master Hender Scheme is an exception. The watch has a clean off-white color and comes with leather and urethane straps. Drops 1/3/18.
Combining the style of a sportsman’s watch with modern tech, the solar-powered Edifice EQB501 connects to your phone via Bluetooth, and auto-syncs the precise time and the desired time zone. Features dual time zone dials, alarm, stopwatch, and phone finder functions.
The latest colorway in the rugged G-SHOCK line features a bold yellow accent color on its face, hands, and peeking out from the inside of the strap. We prefer the clean contrast of the GA100’s basic black dial to the camouflage print on the dial of the GA110. Drops 6/2017.
The latest colorway for Casio’s trusty G-SHOCK Gravitymaster is done up in a military scheme that goes great with the aviation-inspired dial. Water and shock resistant, with world time, stopwatch, countdown timer, luminous hands/markers, and LED illumination.
Casio’s rugged Android Wear smartwatch is water resistant, and meets military shock and vibration specs. It’s got air pressure and altitude sensors, an accelerometer, gyrometer, and a magnetic compass, to track fitness activites, and all your outdoor adventures.