Casio’s G-SHOCK MOVE line got a facelift this week with changes to the GBD200UU-9, GBA900UU-3A,??and GBA900UU-5A models. These fitness models include step trackers, accelerometers, and Bluetooth connectivity to Casio’s MOVE app.

The watches are amazing and feature-rich:

By connecting to a smartphone via the G-SHOCK MOVE app, users can plan and track their workout using the watch’s built-in accelerometer; users can also measure running distance, speed and pace. These measurements can also be taken using the smartphone’s GPS, providing even greater accuracy and support for daily workouts. In addition to running distance, speed and pace, step count and calories can also be calculated. The new models feature an Auto lap function, (5) interval timers with up to 20 repeat, a high-brightness LED(s) light with Auto feature for easy illumination during night training, and access to LifeLog and activity history data on the app.

Need more performance goodness? The “GBA900UU-5A and GBA900UU-3A offer the added ability to track your distance, pace, laps, and splits” so you can manage your training.

The GBD200UU-9 is $150, while the GBA900UU-3A and GBA900UU-5A will sell for $130 each. They’ll be available in June.

By John Biggs

John lives in Brooklyn and has loved watches since he got his first Swatch Irony automatic in 1998. He is the editor of WristWatchReview.

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