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G-SHOCK Unveils the 2nd Generation of Its Popular Fitness Tracker

GSHOCK GBD H2000 Series 0 Hero
Photo: Casio G-SHOCK

When G-SHOCK’s GBD-H1000 fitness tracker debuted back in 2020, the Japanese brand was adding something very major to its arsenal of rugged, go-anywhere watches. Built on the same tenets as the Casio label was built upon, the quasi-smartwatch monitored your health while being about as durable as any other G-SHOCK before it.

GSHOCK GBD H2000 Series 1
Photo: Casio G-SHOCK

Now, Casio is releasing the sequel to the H1000, which will be called…the H2000. This wearable features all the main features present in its progenitor but with some big pluses. For one, the H2000 is equipped with a gyroscope, allowing the watch to better track your movement and open up the spectrum of activities it’s capable of monitoring. While carrying over the in-depth analysis for running and walking, the new model also provides data for swimming, weightlifting, and cycling too, giving you real-time results delivered to the accompanying smartphone app.

GSHOCK GBD H2000 Series 2
Photo: Casio G-SHOCK

Aside from the slight changes in case size and design to go along with the lighter weight, the H2000 can now provide stats like running pitch and stride, SWOLF score and stroke count for swimming, and general attributes like cardio load, altitude gained, and blood oxygen level. The GPS satellite antenna, which is now built-in rather than external, has also been expanded to include Galileo and Beidou systems (to go along with GLONASS and QZSS). 

GSHOCK GBD H2000 Series 3
Photo: Casio G-SHOCK

Arriving around March 10 in four colorways, the G-SHOCK GBD-H2000 Series is available to pre-order for $399.