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    ABTW video review of GPW-2000

    This video review of the GPW-2000 by aBlogtoWatch was posted today.


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    ...I fully agree with the reviewer's analysis , as i have already stated in my previous comments on the GPW-2000.
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    It's a great watch, I don't wear any of my other G's anymore, just the GPW-2000.
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    ABTW video review of GPW-2000

    Thanks for sharing Gary
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    ...Any of you as seen this clip by ABTW?! it's SENSATIONAL I really can't believe it!....... If you have not seen it yet, you must see it, really !...







    ...and here are some reviews with technical details :


    https://www.g-central.com/g-shock-gp...goes-to-space/


    https://www.lep.co.uk/news/video-g-s...iece-1-8796951
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    Re: ABTW video review of GPW-2000

    Very cool! Good to know if I ever fall out of a space station. Watch will be fine, I on the other hand would be a fine red mist spread across three states.

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    Re: ABTW video review of GPW-2000

    My problem with the Bluetooth on this, is that as you can see in the video, the app is ticking exactly with the phone time, which isn't always accurate, in fact i usually find my phone time is off from the atomic time when checked online. Plus I am not a huge fan of Bluetooth, mainly because it's flaky, and stubborn.

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    Re: ABTW video review of GPW-2000

    Quote Originally Posted by ocddave View Post
    My problem with the Bluetooth on this, is that as you can see in the video, the app is ticking exactly with the phone time, which isn't always accurate, in fact i usually find my phone time is off from the atomic time when checked online. Plus I am not a huge fan of Bluetooth, mainly because it's flaky, and stubborn.

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    One benefit of having Bluetooth on this model is that the time zone data table can be updated if need be. With some other GPS watches from Casio, Citizen and Seiko, this data table is presumably static and can never be updated if necessary.

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    Re: ABTW video review of GPW-2000

    Also your phone's time should generally be accurate. There is usually an option to have the phone sync the time with the cellular towers periodically and is usually enabled. If your phone time is inaccurate, that may be a problem with your phone, you have that option disabled, or you are most of the time away from the reception area of your selected cellular network (or have airplane mode enabled most of the time). It is rather unlikely to be the cellular time being inaccurate.

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    Re: ABTW video review of GPW-2000

    Quote Originally Posted by cbkihong View Post
    Also your phone's time should generally be accurate. There is usually an option to have the phone sync the time with the cellular towers periodically and is usually enabled. If your phone time is inaccurate, that may be a problem with your phone, you have that option disabled, or you are most of the time away from the reception area of your selected cellular network (or have airplane mode enabled most of the time). It is rather unlikely to be the cellular time being inaccurate.
    Again, the phone or cellular tower time is not atomic time, it's the cellular carriers time.

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