Casio G-Shock Finally Releases Quad Sensor Gulfmaster

Casio G-Shock Finally Releases Quad Sensor Gulfmaster

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It has been a long wait for G-shock fans because already at the Baselworld watch fair of this year, did Casio announce the new Gulfmaster. Why all the excitement? Well, this is the very first time that Casio G-shock combines a water depth sensor with a atmospheric pressure sensor (altimeter/barometer), temperature sensor (thermometer), and magnetic sensor for compass readings in a single watch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=o-nGmDBjFH8 The new Gulfmaster was developed especially with coast guard personnel in mind. They indeed have to operate under extremely challenging conditions in which the functions of the G-shock can come in handy, but quite frankly even when you have a less demanding trip in mind, the Gulfmaster will be a great companion. The¬†atmospheric pressure sensor is especially handy because it can help predict sudden change in…
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MK II Expands Its Ready-To-Wear Collection With The Hawkinge

MK II Expands Its Ready-To-Wear Collection With The Hawkinge

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MK II has come a long way. When I just started in the watch business, they where offering parts and customization options, yet now they are a brand of their own. This especially becomes clear when we take a closer look on the latest addition to their ready-to-war collection: the Hawkinge. The Hawkinge is inspired on the MK11 wrist watch that the UK government issued to¬†British military, Commonwealth and BOAC pilots, starting in 1948, and all the way up to the 1980's. The MK 11 is in many ways the ultimate pilot's watch, it's legible design is legendary, and many watch brands have used it as an inspiration to watches of their own. So why would go for the MK II version of this watch? [caption id="attachment_908" align="aligncenter" width="632"] In…
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