The watch and motion sensor were co-developed by Casio and Asics, and they offer new and advanced running features beyond those of previous G-Shock models. The 37-gram (44-gram with body cover) CMT-S20R-AS motion sensor is equipped with a 9-axis sensor for measuring 20 types of running form indicators and GPS for measuring distance and pace.
Some of the form indicators include core angle, pelvic rotation, and ground impact. The GSR-H1000AS-1 watch features an optical heart rate monitor and can measure VO2 max, which is useful for endurance training. Other features include shock resistance, 200-meter water resistance, MIP LCD display, 3-axis accelerometer for step counting, GPS, Bluetooth, soft urethane band, vibration alerts, smartphone notification mode (for calls, email, and messaging, not displayed during running measurement), USB charging, and automatic time adjustment through a smartphone or GPS, that is similar to the features equipped in the G-Squad line.
The GSR-H1000AS-1 watch and CMT-S20R-AS motion sensor will work with the free Runmetrix smartphone app, which is described as a “personal coaching service.”
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