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Casio's new G-Steel adds an analog chronograph and Bluetooth connectivity

The watch looks to the future while respecting traditional timekeeping.
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Casio G-Steel B100

The new G-Shock G-Steel B100 perfectly balance the analog and digital realms with a traditional chronograph, the first in a G-Steel model, and Casio's Connected Engine, that allows for the watch to connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth to set the time automatically and accurately anywhere in the world. 

Other functions include their Tough Solar power system, LED lighting, Dual Dial World Time, and a turbine-like dial indicator that rotates to indicate the elapsed stopwatch time, alarm functionality, and battery level. The watch will also be available in a special edition model that uses TORAYCA carbon fiber and NANOALLOY resin from Toray Industries to add another layer of durability to an already rugged design.

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