casio smartwatch
casio smartwatch


The durability of the robust G-Shock smartwatches from Casio is legendary. They are big, bulky, sturdy, and dumb. The latter status changes today as the company launched its smartwatch – the G-Shock GSW-H1000 – based on Google’s Wear OS. The impact-resistant exterior of the latest Casio range consists of a corrosion-resistant titanium case, inorganic glass and soft urethane for the strap. It comes with 20ATM certification, with the company claiming its latest smartwatch can withstand a trip over 200 meters of water.

Ready to Pay $ 700 for a Rugged Smartwatch with Wear OS?

The color options on the table are black, blue, and red. This Casio G-Shock GSW-H1000 rugged smartwatch with Wear OS is priced at $ 700 in the US. Check out the official promotional video below to see what this expensive Casio smartwatch is all about:

The Casio G-Shock GSW-H1000 Smartwatch has a dual display design, similar to the Mobvoi TicWatch Pro S. A monochrome display is located on a 1.2-inch LCD color field (360 × 360 pixels) to save battery When you are not using the “smart” features of the Wear OS. There are a variety of activity and sports training modes such as surfing, kayaking, and cycling that you can use to take metrics like calories burned, heart rate, pace, and more.

Casio smartwatch wear OS
Casio has created a variety of watch faces that pay homage to the classic G-Shock design, giving them a digital twist to display more data while allowing users to interact with them by moving their fingers along the periphery, much like a capacitive one Bezel. For outdoor activities, the map overlay displays information such as barometric pressure, altitude readings, and timing charts, to name a few.Casio Smartwatch wear OS black

In total, you get access to 15 types of activities and 24 types of indoor workouts. With the watch mode activated, the Casio G-Shock GSW-H1000 should last about a month. However, if you intend to take full advantage of the color LCD display and take advantage of Wear OS, the battery life will drop to around 1.5 days.


Nadeem Sarwar

I’ve been writing about consumer technology for over three years, having worked with names like NDTV and Beebom in the past. Leaving the latest news aside, I’ve checked out my fair share of devices that range from smartphones and laptops to smart home devices. I’ve also interviewed tech managers and appeared as a presenter on YouTube videos talking about the latest and greatest gadgets.



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