Casio G-shock Frogman X Antarctic Research Rov GWF-D1000ARR-1DR
Here comes the exciting collaboration between Casio G-SHOCK and Antarctic research ROV (remote operated vehicle), jointly developed by CASIO and Shimpei Goto, Assistant Professor at the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology as a navigation device of the underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) that was used for joint research on the January 2018 59th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition.
Having been used to study lake ecosystems, this FROGMAN is now a proud symbol of how masterful and dexterous a G-SHOCK can be. A design inspired by the ROV red, orange, black and blue color combination, this watch also features a stenciled Antarctic map on the case back, band and EL backlight.
The unique functions of the GWF-D1000ARR allow for optimal operation in the harshest environments, resisting the extreme colds faced in the antarctic. These functions include ascending speed indicator alerting a diver ascending at a speed greater than 10m/min, auto-memory logging up to 20 dive start times, duration and depth, and low-temperature resistance.
MULTIBAND 6 (Automatically adjusts time settings based on reception of one of six time calibration signals around the globe: Japan (2), China, United States, England, Germany.)
ISO 200m diver-level water resistance
Triple Sensor (pressure, magnetic, temperature)
Underwater depth measurement up to 80 meters (in 10 cm units)
Bearing measurement regardless of wrist position (auto level correction)
Dive start time, dive time, minimum water temperature, maximum depth
Auto dive data recording (20 diving log records)
Ascent rate alarm alerts you when the rate of ascent is 10 meters per minute or faster.
Tide Graph/Moon Data
Super Illuminator high brightness Full Auto LED illumination