But seriously, a portable solar panel is a great thing - at least during summer time. A good one will output 2-3 ampere and it will charge a smartphone or a tablet in a significant short time. Using such a device for charging a Rangeman 2 is a bliss, with an (estimated) battery capacity of 250-350mah, you can charge up the watch in less than an hour, assuming the watch will accept high output respectively input ampere charges.
We are 12.6 %
is any one have names or photos for rangeman gpr-b1000 disigner team idont think Kikuo Ibe who design it
and the name of the man in the publicity
Also, for a product this new, whoever worked on it internally would most definitely regarded as business secret. Unless you work in there, or have a good reason why Casio should reveal that info to you, it's unlikely you will obtain info like that. Not just for Casio, but it's true for other companies as well.
from g-central page
Congratulations to G-Shock Rangeman owner Doug Pederson and the Philadelphia Eagles for a spectacular Super Bowl LII victory!
Yeay on the watch - Boo on the game
So I just made an account but I've been a longtime lurker...
I am really really keen on this watch, I love the aesthetic of it and will actually use it's functions for hunting/fishing trips, however... I have a couple of concerns which I think a few of you are overlooking. I doesn't say anywhere that the 'START' and 'GOAL' points are able to be created WITHOUT a smartphone.
If you read all of the descriptions, it just shows how you have to 'tap' on the screen of your smart phone to create routes. I'm a bit worries that there is some wordsmithing going on on Casio's behalf because so far it seems really unclear. It just talks about the GOAL destination when on the topic of GPS.
If the watch is unable to simply begin GPS tracking and then 'trackback' to where I started without a phone, then I'm out. As much as I want to buy it, I have a Suunto that doesn't need a smartphone.
What does everyone think?
But, I feel sure that it can do GPS tracking from where you are, and then do trackback, without a phone. Otherwise, the GPS Nav feature would be pretty worthless, IMO. This is the main reason I'd want the GPS Nav on this watch.
Last edited by Time4Playnow; February 6th, 2018 at 23:16.
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Casio AE-1200 (x2)
befor a days ago i dicade to contact direct GSHOCK japan
and ask theme my crazy question about MULTOBAND 6 lol
i got the answer from theme
and as i understand frome those replay they look like they go stop manufacturing multiband6 in futer watches
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