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Casio G-SHOCK GBA800 with Step Tracker

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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Father's Day Buying Guide

Father’s Day is fast approaching, but there’s still time to give him the perfect addition to his carry. Whether he’s a jetsetting businessman or spends his weekends outdoors, Dad deserves nothing but the best and most useful gear. Get him something practical and memorable from our Father’s Day EDC Gift Guide.


BUSINESS
For the dad who puts on a suit for his nine to five, his carry should reflect his business needs. Lightweight so they don’t slow him down as he makes strides in and out of the office, while still promoting usefulness.

Titanium Multi-tool Collar Stays

: Practical addition to dress shirts with additional applications. ($30)
Al Mar Hawk Ultralight: Sleek, lightweight, with a useful blade length and profile. ($100)
Victorinox Altius 3.0 Slim Bi-Fold: High-quality leather and slim profile makes it perfect for slacks. ($55)
Citizen Eco-Drive Dress Watch: Timeless looks with modern watch technology. ($112)
Waterman Hemisphere Ballpoint Pen: A luxurious ballpoint pen that’s great for general use. ($58)


TECH
For the dad living in the digital world, his carry should be efficient and practical in connecting him with his technology. The techie dad’s gear is as modern as his lifestyle is, working in sync with the rest of his carry.

Victorinox Cybertool 34

: Everything you need for tech-related tinkering. ($94)
SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive: Unqiue USB drive that plays well with Micro USB devices. ($20)
FourSevens Atom AL Flashlight: Handy, efficient with power, and has some unique features. ($35)
Limefuel Blast 15600mAh Battery Pack: Plenty of charge for all modern devices. ($45)
Grid-It Organizer: Excellent organizational aid, especially for wires and devices. ($13)


OUTDOOR
For the dad who likes to rough it up and blaze trails on the weekend, his gear should be high quality, rugged, and built to last against the elements. Unexpected adventures await outside, so this dad’s carry should be exceptionally reliable.

Black Diamond Spot Headlamp

: Hands-free, powerful, with many useful modes. ($36)
ESEE Izula Wallet Kit: Quality set of survival tools in an efficient package. ($58)
Condor Small Assault Pack: Solid fit and finish with plenty of room while remaining compact. ($50)
Timex Expedition Trail Watch: Outdoor-oriented with plenty of tactical features. ($70)
Gerber Bear Grylls Fire Starter: Lightweight, compact, and waterproof. ($13)


ACTIVE
From running a marathon to biking on a mountain pass, the active dad’s carry has to keep up with his lifestyle. The active carry should be resilient in rain or shine, light enough not to slow him down, and help him get the most from his activities.

Timex Ironman HRM Watch

: Perfect companion for fitness training. ($87)
JLab Waterproof MP3 Player Headphones: Take your music with you without the hassle of wires. ($110)
SPIbelt Metallic Running Belt: Sleek and secure storage that doesn’t disrupt movements. ($20)
Fitbit One Wireless Activity Tracker: Beneficial fitness information with an added sleep tracker. ($89)
Lifeproof Nuud Case for iPhone 5S: Light in weight and profile but not in protection. ($90)


DIY
For the dad that likes to build, tinker, restore, and repair. Heavy duty needs mean a heavy duty carry, but utility doesn’t have to mean giving up the practicality of a sleek loadout.

Surefire P2X Fury Flashlight

: Substantial power with military-grade hardware. ($105)
Monteverde Toolpen: Suitable for both handcrafted and digital projects. ($20)
3M Safety Glasses: Light, comfortable, and designed for a secure fit. ($8)
Gerber Boxcutter: Industrial quality in a tiny package, with replaceable blades. ($13)
Leatherman New Wave Multitool: Endlessly practical yet stylishly compact. ($79)