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G-Shock GPR-B1000 PROs & CONs from users and experts

Enjoy our research as for GPR-B1000 PROs & CONs features. We analyzed user reviews, forum threads, and other social signals. Then we deleted duplicates and listed only unique and important features.

Feedback from users *accumulated information from our own comments and emails, forum threads, socials, reviews, etc.

PROs
+ comfortable to wear
+ phone app
+ easy to navigate
+ GPS
+ solar powered
+ carbon fiber reinforcement strap
+ ceramic back

CONs
– expensive
– a little big
– no APP support (can’t use it in any other software, you can’t send your tracks to friends to use them)

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GPR-B1000 Profile
Average Amazon Price: $750 (yes, we may earn a commission on qualifying purchases from our links to Amazon)
Year of first release: 2018
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 →
Best for: Military, Army and Police UseBig Wrists, Top in G-Shock Lookbooks
The most distinctive specs:
200-meter water resistance (good for swimming but not for deep diving)
G-SHOCK Connected App (you may manage all watch settings through your phone)
Mobile link (Wireless linking using Bluetooth(R)) (for time sync with your phone data)
Tough Solar (CASIO’s original solar-charging system converts not only sunlight but also light from fluorescent lamps and other sources into power)
USB Charging (GPS navigation is usable for approximately 33 hours on a wireless charge of about five hours)
Mud Resistant (helps to ensure that nothing gets into the watch when down and dirty work takes you deep into the dirt and sludge)
GPS Navigation (The watch collects location data from GPS satellites to display the current location on a route or bearing to a destination, in real-time)
Ceramic Case Back (The watch uses a ceramic case back to support wireless charging and high-sensitivity GPS reception)
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)
GPS Signal Reception (Acquires positioning and time information from
GPS satellites)
Other colors and full specs: GPR-B1000 Wiki Page

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Konstantin
1 month ago

There’s 1 negative point, you should add to the list.

While it is possible to track your movements and transfer it to the G-Shock Connected app, there is still no way to export this track from the app.

Which means you can’t use it in any other software, you can’t send your tracks to friends so that they can use it as route for there next hike.