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[Live Photos] G-Shock Blackout Rangeman GW-9400-1B

From the G-SHOCK and Master of G series, which are intended for use on the extreme land where rubble and earth and sand are piled up and scattered, a new model “Black Out” with a matte texture black appears.

This time, we focused on black thoroughly, and made it possible to feel the texture of resin and the rugged design unique to Master of G series. The base model adopts “RANGEMAN” GW-9400 equipped with a direct time stamp function that can store the time with one push.
The appearance of a toughness watch equipped with functions that support accurate judgment and action under various circumstances.

GW-9400 Profile
Average Amazon Price: $240 (yes, we may earn a commission on qualifying purchases from our links to Amazon)
Year of first release: 2013
Best for: Top in G-Shock Lookbooks
Lineup: PROFESSIONAL (G-Shock Professional Line includes watches that can really help you survive under hard, tough conditions. They are well equipped and have the best tough specs.) All G-Shock Professional Watches →
Nominations: best design, best resistance, best functions
The most distinctive specs:
200-meter water resistance (good for swimming but not for deep diving)
Tough Solar (CASIO’s original solar-charging system converts not only sunlight but also light from fluorescent lamps and other sources into power)
Radio-controlled Watch; Multi band 6 (additional way for time sync. This watch receives time calibration radio signals that keep the displayed time accurate)
Digital compass (measures and displays direction as one of 16 points)
Thermometer (can measure and display the outside temperature in a range from -10 C to 60 C)
Barometer (measures the air pressures and displays tendencies in the weather)
Altimeter (The electronic mechanism “estimates” the altitude based on the air pressure)
Sunrise, sunset time display (Sunrise time and sunset time for specific date, daylight pointers)
Other colors and full specs: GW-9400 Wiki Page

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