G-Shock’s 30th Anniversary has brought forth a slew of new products. One of the most exciting pieces to be released in the Master of G series is the highly anticipated Rangeman GW9400-1. This November, Casio will be releasing one of the most functional G-Shocks to ever hit the market.
We got a sneak peak of the Rangeman briefly while attending the Basel Fair back in April. Of course, the Rangeman was confidential and we were asked not to share until after the official press release. We forced ourselves to stay true to our word and not expose this awesome new piece, even though we couldn’t wait to share the news. The new GW9400-1 is one of the 1st core G-Shocks to feature a Casio’s Triple sensor function.
The use of the Triple Sensor functions are more commonly found in Casio’s outdoorsy ProTrek/Pathfinder series. The implementation of a digital compass, barometer, thermometer, altimeter, in this solar powered and radio-controlled G-Shock has definitely brought a full range of functionality to G-Shock lineup. While this piece has a ton of great features that we’ve already listed, there’s a whole lot more that this monster digital watch has to offer.
To start, this piece has a sunrise/sunset display, count down timer for up to 24 hours, stopwatch that measures anywhere from 1/100th of a second to 1,000 hours, up to 5 different alarms that also has a snooze feature, world time function, battery level indicator, and a log for your altimeter (up to 40 different logs). On top of that, there is a super-auto LED light that can turn on just by turning your wrist to look at the time, and you can even turn the buttons tones on or off. The buttons are actually designed large for easy functionality, but look really cool. Of course, it wouldn’t be a G-Shock if it wasn’t shock resistant as well.
The MSRP on the new G-Shock Master of G Rangeman GW9400-1 is going to be $300. Please feel free to call us at 1-800-486-3996 if you have any questions or wish to pre-order for delivery this fall.
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See the official Rangeman video below…