Casio has officially announced its update to one of the most coveted G-Shocks of all time, the Frogman. The rugged dive watch is getting an analog variant for the first time ever with the reveal of the GWF-A1000. The watch features a monocoque case made out of carbon fiber reinforced resin that allows for the watch to be both lightweight yet incredibly durable.
It also features a fluoroelastomer band that can resist staining and deterioration when used underwater and when you're diving, the watch's dive mode unifies the hour and minute hands to form one single hand to make it easier to read. To make it easier to switch from the current time to the elapsed dive time, Casio created three dual coil motors for seamless operation between the two modes.
As for specs, the watch features a shock-resistant and magnetic-resistant case construction, 200M water resistance, a stopwatch and countdown timer, solar charging, Bluetooth connectivity for automatically setting the time worldwide, a dual time mode, diving log, tide graphs, a phone finder, LED backlight, and much much more.
An official release date and pricing for the GWF-A1000 has yet to be announced.