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G-Shock puts GPS into their newest Rangeman

You'll always find your way back to basecamp with this on your wrist.
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G-Shock Rangeman GPS

Casio's Rangeman is getting a new trick for 2018, the Master of G model is getting a GPS sensor that can provide 33 hours of navigation on just one charge. A built-in solar panel can also give you an hour of GPS navigation when charged in direct sunlight for four hours and a full charge can be achieved in five hours with its wireless charger. Other features notable features include a sapphire crystal face, triple sensor technology, 20 bar water resistance, and the ability to operate in temperatures as low as -4 degrees Fahrenheit. 

The new Rangeman will be available this Spring.


Source: Engadget

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