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Casio G-Shock GBDH1000 50% off - $299.50 Free Delivery @ rebel

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Inclusion of five sensors: Heart Rate, Bearing, Altitude/Barometric pressure, Temperature and Accelerometer provide real-time data
Standard set-up displays Heart Rate, Speed, Pace, Battery Status with the option to customise your display
High-definition MIP LCD display with Super Illuminator for day and night viewing
GPS location feature increases accuracy for training features
Training features include distance, speed, pace and more, including customised training parameters
App allows you to customise watch display, review training stats and create customised training plans
Auto-calendar and world time of up to 38 time zones to keep you updated as you travel
Mobile link via Bluetooth for quick syncing and Flight mode option
Shock resistant and 200m water resistant
USB and Solar charging options with power saving mode for increased battery efficiency

Also available in red

https://www.rebelsport.com.au/p/casio-g-shock-gbdh1000-4d-he...

Or 50% discount on GDB100 model too on a very colours:

https://www.rebelsport.com.au/p/casio-g-shock-gbd100-1d-blue...

Or 50% discount on GBX100 models
https://www.rebelsport.com.au/p/casio-g-shock-gbx100-1a-blue...

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  • +2 votes

    Wanted to get one when they were first released but after doing some research it's pretty much only good for tracking runs, and the app isn't very good either. No idea if those issues have been fixed since though. Ended up getting a Garmin Instinct Solar instead. At 50% off I'm very tempted as I love G Shocks.

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    Kinda got me interested, but might still look to get a Amazfit T-Rex Pro.

  • +2 votes

    Just got one! Thanks.

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    Perhaps aggressively discounted to make way for the incoming GBA-900? https://www.casio-intl.com/asia/en/wat/watch_detail/GBA-900-...

    • +3 votes

      The GBA-900 is not the successor for the GBD-H1000 and lacks almost all of its features; the GBA-900 is just a regular, non-smart G-Shock with a smartphone link feature that allows it to measure distances for runs using a paired smartphone's GPS functionality. It doesn't have any sensors nor built-in GPS functionality.

      The GBD-H1000 has the full sensor suite (Altimeter, Barometer, Compass, Thermometer, Heart Rate Monitor, Accelerometer, Step Counter, GPS), can charge via solar power or USB charging, plus it features a much high-quality, full-screen LCD dot matrix display and a plethora of exercise/fitness tracking-related features (e.g. VO2 max measurement, calories, routes/times/statistics log data, training analysis data, etc).

      The baby brother of the GBD-H1000 is the GBD-100.

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    Cheap for a GPS watch.

  • +2 votes

    Considering these normally retail for around $500-600 dollars AUD; this is a damn good price for G-Shock's flagship fitness/exercise smartwatch.

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      I'm always a Protrek user because of all the sensors. Has been looking at Protrek smart watches but none came close to this G-Squad model especially with the solar charging. Plus I don't believe the price will go any lower in these couple these of years.

      This is my first G-Shock watch and yes @alwayspoor, it's so 2000's but we are still in this millennium 😊

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    Not available for delivery and only click and collect? Not stock in any store also for the GBDH1000.

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      Possibly sold out. This morning there were 15 black model in stock for delivery.

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        Bummer, missed out :(

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    OOS :(

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    I received mine used with scratches, sweat and skin grime. The sticker on the box saying it was sold on the 14/01/2021 by a Rebel team member. So gross and disappointing.