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GR-B200-1BER

GR-B200 MONOCHROME
£299.00

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The latest in the Gravitymaster line is the GR-B200-1BER. This monochrome timepiece has a carbon core guard structure that protects the module with a carbon fiber reinforced case. In terms of functionality, it has a quad sensor with a built-in acceleromter sensor to measure steps, a barometer for weather conditions, a compass for direction, an altimeter for height and a thermometer. Combined with a Bluetooth®-connected smartphone, the GR-B200 has a Mission Log function that records altitude points from the watch and GPS points from the phone. This range takes a stylish nod from helicoptor designs and delivers with functions and features.

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Tech Specifications
Feature Description
Water Resistant 200 Metres Water Resistant
Accuracy +/- 15 seconds per month
Alarm Function Hourly time signal: The watch beeps every hour on the hour
Auto Calendar Auto-calendar (28 days for February)
Band Material Resin
Barometer Function Display range: 260 to 1,100 hPa (7.6 to 32.5 inHg), Display unit: 1 hPa (0.1 inHg)
Battery Life Approximately 2 years
Core Guard Structure New Carbon Core Guard Structure
Countdown Timer Function Countdown Range: 60 minutes, Measuring Unit: 1 second
Hand Shift Function With a push of a button, hands move away from the LCD to permit free visibility.
Display Illumination LED light
Mineral Glass Hard glass resists scratching
Neobrite A luminous coating on the watch hands provides illumination in the dark.
Shock Resistant Patented Hollow Core Guard Structure protects against impact and vibration
Stopwatch Function Measuring Unit: 1/100th second
Sunrise/Sunset Display Sunrise and Sunset times are displayed for your chosen location. Ideal for planning outdoor activities.
Thermometer Function Measuring range: -10°C to 60°C (14°F to 140°F); measuring unit: 0.1°C (0.2°F)
Vibration Resistant Resistant against vibration from heavy duty operations
World Time CASIO WATCH+ World Time lets you select from among approximately 300 cities as the World Time City

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