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Casio drops some thin and light sports watches


Casio has just announced the new GBD200 series, a thin and light sports watch in black and neon green. The pieces are about 15mm thick and feature workout tracking for those looking for a rugged watch that isn’t huge on the wrist.

From the release:

The latest fitness models are equipped with a step tracker, accelerometer, and Bluetooth® Smartphone Connectivity. By connecting to the smartphone’s GPS via the G-SHOCK MOVE app, users can plan and track their workout, as the GBD200 measures running distance, speed, pace, and calorie consumption, providing the ideal support for daily workouts. In addition to running pace measurements calculated based on distance and time, the new model features an Auto lap feature, interval timers, a front button LED light with Auto feature for easy illumination during night training, and access to LifeLog and activity history data on the app.

Each watch includes a step counter and connects to your phone via Bluetooth. The G-Shock MOVE app adds some interesting tech to the package, allowing you to check out your workout history.

The pieces cost $150 for either model and are available now. gshock.com

Tech Specs from G-Shock

  • Shock Resistance
  • 200M Water Resistance
  • Vibration Alert Notification
  • 2 Year Battery Life
  • Full Auto LED (Super Illuminator)
  • 4 Alarms
  • 100 Hour Stopwatch
  • Interval Timer (5*20 repeat)
  • World Time (38 Time Zones, 38Cities + UTC)
  • 12/24 Hour Time Formats

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