G-Shock G-Aviation Gravity Master GA 1000

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

G-Shock continues to develop its beloved G-Aviation series, with the latest wrist watch equipped with the first ever Twin Sensor capabilities. Say hello to the rugged G-Aviation Gravity Master GA 1000.

Sure this thing looks badass, but it’s also packed with some pretty spectacular functionality. Built to match the needs of the modern aviator, this water resistant watch has been outfitted with a digital compass complete with bearing memory, thermometer, UV-LED Neon-Illuminator light, and a completely anti-magnetic structure. As with all G-Shock offerings, this thing is shock resistant and water resistant up to 200 meters. While there are a few different options when it comes to color, we think the vibrant resin band on the orange and black watch is the clear-cut head turner. [Purchase]

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