Gravitational Shock is abbreviated as G-Shock. G-Shock watches are primarily intended for sports, military, and outdoor activities; practically all G-Shocks feature clocks with a digital or a hybrid of digital and analog displays.
Features of New G Shock Watch:
G-Shock watches illumination functions aren’t restricted to small bulbs like others. It has an additional light source, an EL backlight, that offers additional illumination. This function can be accessed simply by gently tilting your hand on one side.
These watches will not require you to replace the batteries every few months. They have energy from the solar system that captures and converts light to electrical energy, which the battery then uses to power their numerous high-tech features.
The revised new g shock watch adds new technical capabilities to the watch, including Bluetooth connectivity. Users can select from three different watch face options and manage measured data and training histories for individual behaviors.
Each G-Shock watch has features that make it ideal for sports. Stopwatches and tide graphs are typical features seen in practically every watch in this collection. These two features come in handy when playing soccer and fishing, etc.
G-Shock watches can withstand freezing temperatures of -20°C, so they will never leave your side in bad weather. Solar panel, multi-Band six technology, silt resistance, twin sensor, compass or thermometer, display, 200M resistance to water, GPS telling the time, 3-way time sync via Bluetooth, and GPS position tracking are among the features found in the majority of its releases.