Topic: GPS Watches

Three New Casio Oceanus Models To Feature Hybrid Timekeeping System Merging GPS And Radio Signal Syncing

Earlier this year, we brought you news of a fresh G-Shock release, which was Casio's – and in fact the world's – first wrist watch to incorporate a hybrid movement that would allow the watch to sync the exact time both through READ MORE
Three New Casio Oceanus Models To Feature Hybrid Timekeeping System Merging GPS And Radio Signal Syncing

Casio G-Shock GPW1000 Is First Watch To Combine GPS & Atomic Clock Radio Time Syncing

For 2014 Casio will release yet another technologically interesting watch that we've never seen before. As part of the G-Shock collection, the GPW1000 watch family will synchronize and receive signals from both atomic clock radio signals as well as from global positioning satellites (GPS). …
Casio G-Shock GPW1000 Is First Watch To Combine GPS & Atomic Clock Radio Time Syncing

Seiko Astron Kintaro Hattori Special Limited Edition GPS Watch Hands-On

2013 saw the release of additional new Seiko Astron models. The modern Seiko Astron was released in 2012 and debuted by aBlogtoWatch here. The Astron is probably the most full-featured and convenient timepiece that connects to GPS satellites in order to automatically update the time…
Seiko Astron Kintaro Hattori Special Limited Edition GPS Watch Hands-On

Seiko Astron Solar GPS Watch New Design Added For 2014

Seiko has been putting serious resources into the success of their Astron GPS watch collection that they debuted about two years ago. We've been fans of the techie watch that instead of relying on radio signals from the few terrestrial atomic clocks, connects to signals…
Seiko Astron Solar GPS Watch New Design Added For 2014

Casio Pro Trek PRW3000 Watch Review

The newest addition to the highly functional ProTrek family is the PRW3000 and it is a jewel with no jewels. As a mechanical watch aficionado I tend not to wear quartz watches... maybe it's snobbish of me or simply realizing that with limited time in…
Casio Pro Trek PRW3000 Watch Review