Known to many as the “Sky Cockpit” design, Casio America formally introduces the new Casio G-Shock GA-1000 GravityMaster Watch. Modeled after the instrument panel found within a jet’s cockpit, the dial design on the GravityMaster allows pilot to take in all the essential information quickly so they can focus on the task of flying the plane. Featuring twin sensors for digital compass, thermometer, stopwatch, a 31 time zones/48 cities world time function, and much more…, the Casio G-Shock GA-1000 GravityMaster Watch will be available this coming holiday season. To celebrate its official launch, Casio asked veteran test pilot Justin Decio to take the watch for a spin around the Jet Warbird Training Center in Sante Fe, New Mexico, to demonstrate its real world applications.
Casio G-Shock GA-1000 Watch GravityMaster – Water Resistant Up To 20 Atmospheric Bars or 200 Meters – Shock Resistant – Orientation Measurement – Up To 16 Different Positions and 0ï½ž359° Angles – World Time 31 Time Zones/48 International Cities – 5 Independent Alarms – Neon Illuminator Back Light – Flash Alert with Buzzer