G-SHOCK MOVE GBDH1000 Functional Features
Supports workouts with a variety of data to optimize training.
Measures exercise intensity in real time.
Heart Rate Monitor / Heart Rate Zone Display
Displays the current heart rate, as well as a heart rate zone that shows exercise intensity at five stages, and is useful for pace management during activities and endurance training.
Quantifies cardiorespiratory ability.
Uses heart rate and running speed to calculate the maximum consumable oxygen uptake per kilogram of bodyweight in one minute (ml/kg/min). This can be used as a benchmark for cardiorespiratory ability when trying to build endurance for running or other sports.
Uses an algorithm from Firstbeat Technologies, which has a reputation for analyzing the latest fitness data. Maximizes training effectiveness with highly accurate data analysis.
Items measured using the FIRSTBEAT algorithm
VO2max (fitness level)
The integration of advanced performance analytics from Firstbeat means access to the scientifically personalized insights wearers need to achieve their goals. The GBDH1000 is the first Casio device to offer Firstbeat powered features and passing along a sense of confidence that they provide.
Technology for workouts
Optical Sensor (Heart Rate Monitor)
Optical sensors on case back of watch LED light, detect the blood flow under the skin, and measure heart rate.
3-axis accelerometer detects body movements and measures step count and distance traveled. Also interpolates distance measurements in environments where GPS measurement is unavailable.
Magnetic Sensor, Pressure Sensor and Thermo Sensor
Built-in miniature sensor takes measurements of compass bearing, altitude, barometric pressure, and temperature. Compass bearing and altitude information improve the accuracy of GPS distance measurements.
Acquires data of current location from GPS satellite, measures distance traveled, speed, pace, and other data. In addition to GPS, the watch acquires data from GLONASS and Michibiki (QZSS) satellite systems.
Display of Route Traveled
Link to a smartphone for map display of movement track on an app.
Automatic Time Adjustment
Receive GPS signals to adjust watch time, date, and time zone.
- * When automatically adjusting time while paired with a smartphone, GPS auto-signal reception is off.
MIP LCD (Memory in pixel LCD)
Displays various detailed measurement data in high contrast for easy viewing. Customizable display for ease of use when training.
Vibration Notification Function
Vibrates simple alerts for time elapsed during training and heart rate zone, as well as smartphone email receipt and other notifications.
Displays calls, email, and SNS message receipt notifications even while exercising.
- * Not displayed in training mode.
- *Bluetooth Connection required
Chooses between two charging methods: Solar charging for daily uses and USB charging for GPS, heart rate monitor and other training functions.
Time mode (includes step count measurement and notification functions) can be powered with solar charging alone*.
- * When charged about eight hours every day under indoor fluorescent lighting (500 lux), and charged at window on a sunny day for two hours a week (10,000 lux).
Quickly charges for training features; after about 2.5 hours of charging, training features can be used continuously for up to 14 hours.