The latest addition to Casio\u2019s G-Shock Rangeman series is also the world's first watch to feature solar-assisted GPS navigation. Built on the concept of \u201csurvival toughness,\u201d the GPRB1000 is available now in black or olive green and retails for $800 USD.\r\n\r\nThis solar GPS timepiece comes equipped with an altimeter\/barometer, compass and thermometer, plus it's mud and low-temperature resistant. The new Rangeman collects location data from satellites to display your current location on a route or bearing in real-time and saves track and point data in its memory.\r\n\r\nOutdoorsmen can utilise the GPS navigation via a side button to log travel and track progress while maintaining accurate timekeeping. The timepiece also incorporates a new dual task display that shows current time, date and world time split with navigation, a barometric graph or sunrise\/sunset data.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nPair the watch with a smartphone using Bluetooth and the G-Shock Connected app to manage routes and log data. Your data can be displayed on a 3D map or timeline.\r\n\r\nThe GPRB1000 boasts a carbon fibre insert band, stainless steel black IP buckle and bezel, sapphire glass crystal, high-contrast MIP display and super LED backlight, as well as 3,300 almanac points for accurate tide and moon data.\r\n\r\nIn a first for G-Shock, the watch features a 2.0mm thick ceramic case back, which supports wireless charging and high sensitivity GPS. The ceramic material also makes the watch shock-resistant and waterproof down to 200 meters.\r\n\r\nOther features include world time for 39 time zones, four daily alarms with one snooze, a stopwatch and countdown timer and 12\/24-hour formats \u2013 all in a 57.7mm case. The new Casio G-Shock Rangeman GPRB1000 is available now online and from select retailers. In other G-Shock news, Casio partnered with BMX champ Nigel Sylvester to launch the Stealth Military Watch.\r\nCheck it out\r\n \r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.