Casio G-Shock Mudmaster

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

The G-Shock range has always been about roughing it, and the brand’s G-Shock Mudmaster stays true to that notion, built for anything that stands in its path.

Like all G-Shocks, the GWG-1000 is shock-resistant, but it’s also so much more than that. As the name might suggest, the watch was designed specifically for harsh land environments, and was constructed to resist both mud and vibrations. It’s been outfitted with a convenient analog/digital hybrid display along with a slew of other features for outdoor adventures, including the ability to function in low temperature environments down to 14 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s got a triple sensor with compass bearing, Multi-Band 6 radio time synchronization, temperature gauge, altimeter/barometer, and a built-in solar charger. The 200-meter water resistant watch is available in your choice of a black, olive or yellow strap. [Purchase]

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