Wearable market around the globe is growing, at least in production figures, if not in profits. While technology giants like Samsung, Motorola, Apple, etc. are continuously improving on wearable technology with each passing generation of their smartwatches, traditional watch makers like Fossil, Titan, Guess and others are also deeply influenced by the digital wave and have started integrating modern technology in their analog watches.
Besides, the lines between fitness trackers and smartwatches are getting blurred every day and you can buy just one of them that can act as both.
In the middle of all this analog-digital watchmaking, one watchmaker is still holding its traditional roots and has come out with yet another product, defining company’s conventional watch line-up. We are talking about Casio, known for its rugged G-Shock watch line-up. The company has introduced G-Shock Mudmaster GWG-1000, which is a premium multi-function watch designed to handle the most extreme conditions without losing out on basic technological features such as temperature readings, compass, altitude information and more.
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