Outfitted as the ultimate travel and survival timepiece, G-SHOCK’S all-new Rangeman GPRB1000 is the world’s first solar-assisted GPS watch. It comes on the heels of their already storied Rangeman line-up, known throughout the outdoor community for their intensely durable nature and reliability in the backcountry.
As mentioned above briefly, in addition to the Rangeman’s shock, mud and water resistance, the advanced survival features found on this timepiece outweigh anything the brand has previously released. For instance, each watch boasts GPS signal reception where location information is downloaded from GPS satellites to track your movement – even displaying the bearing to your location in the process. From here, logged data is automatically stored and synced with the G-SHOCK connected app to assist in planning route details that are then displayed directly on the watch. Additional functionality includes a Backtrack Function, Point Memory Function, a compass, thermometer, depth sensor, Bluetooth communication with your smartphone, and 200 meters of water resistance. Available now.
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