Casio G-Shock technology poised to adjust to Sunday’s daylight saving


The clocks spring forward an hour on Sunday morning, so there is not better time for Casio G-Shock retailers to pitch the atomic timekeeping features of key models to customers this weekend.

The GPW2000-1A and the MRGG2000CB-1A are both connected timepieces that communicate with a smartphone app that will automatically adjust the time for daylight saving.

The Gravitymaster GPW2000-1A, part of the Master of G family, comes with 3-Way Time Sync. Its Bluetooth capability allows the watch to link to the G-Shock Connected smartphone app for automatic time adjustment and world time setting, in addition to the flight log GPS mapping function.

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The top end MRG G2000CB-1A, which is in the prestige Mr G collection, has a black-dragon inspired bezel with a specialty Marume-TSUIKI hammer tone finish. It has GPS Atomic Solar Hybrid technology to measure time and location from anywhere on earth and solar charging capabilities for increased battery life.

By talking to the G-Shock MR-G Connected App for smartphones, the watch stays tuned to the time in any world location and self-adjusts to summer time in the United States.


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