The G-SHOCK line of smartwatches from Casio gained another product, with the arrival on the Brazilian market of the GBD-H1000 model. Its main differential lies in its ability to recharge by solar energy.
According to Casio, the GBD-H1000 has five sensors that measure respiratory capacity, cardiac monitoring, step counting, in addition to the analysis of physical exercises, compass, altimeter, barometer, stopwatch, countdown timer and alarm. And on top of that, it also tells you the time.
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Jokes aside, Casio positions the device as an ideal model for monitoring sports practices, offering GPS functionality and compatibility with the main fitness applications on the market - the manufacturer names the Strava, the Google Fit and Apple Health.
The GBD-H1000 also offers connectivity bluetooth for you to pair it with your smartphone, getting a complete analytical report of your activities and health data, managing your collected information history.
“The outside offers a good fit and practical functionality, plus a high-contrast, high-definition, memory-in-pixel (MIP) LCD, easy-to-use bezel configuration – even without looking at the buttons –, large buttons and non-slip, curved back cover that carefully accommodates the back of the hand, and a soft urethane strip,” says the company.
The G-SHOCK GBD-H1000 is already on sale at the official Casio store, offered in five different colors and with a suggested price of R$ 3.999,00.
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