Casio G-SHOCK GBA800 with Step Tracker

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As technology pushes the size of everyday gadgets smaller and smaller, they're easier than ever to carry. For example, fitness bands are finding their way onto more wrists as a convenient way for people to stay fit. And while it used to mean that old-fashioned watches got pushed aside in favor of smartwatches and fitness trackers, watchmakers are starting to get in on the action. With Casio's new GBA800 Step Tracker, the G-SHOCK line brings its muscle to the modern day with rugged features to keep you on top of your fitness game as well as your day-to-day.

With decades of reliable performance behind it, a G-SHOCK watch is one of the best tools you can use for your active day. The GBA800 is no different. It's got the shock-resistant, ultra-rugged case that's become the brand's design signature, giving the watch an iconic style while protecting its internals to the tune of 200 meters, a rating usually reserved for high-performance dive watches. Its analog-digital quartz movement comes with a solid complement of features, including a stopwatch, countdown timer, day and date display, and push-button illumination of its dial and display.

But it's the tech department that gives the GBA800 its edge. A built-in 3-axis accelerometer tracks your movement and gives you displays at the 1 and 6 o'clock positions to give you data at a glance, helping motivate you to make that extra push to hit your goals. This data then pairs via Bluetooth with the G-SHOCK Connected app for smartphones to help track and analyze your progress, while adding other features like auto-time adjustment and a locator for your phone.

Whether adding one of the most rugged watches to your EDC or making the first move towards a healthier lifestyle, the G-SHOCK GBA800 is with you every step of the way. Pick up the black colorway from Amazon at the link below.

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I think step trackers and health junk are the biggest waste to battery life ever. Especially for watches. If only there was some other way to stay healthy....