GWNQ1000 TECHNOLOGY

QUAD SENSOR

In addition to two different pressure sensors, one for measuring underwater depths and another for measuring atmospheric pressure/altitudes, the watch is equipped with a magnetic sensor for measuring directions and a temperature sensor for measuring air or water temperatures, giving it a 4-sensor, 5-mode measurement capability. All the sensor devices take advantage of leading sensing technologies produced for Triple Sensor, Ver. 3 to perform fast, accurate measurements. The measurement values are displayed by an indicator hand and on the LCD.

CARBON-FIBRE REINFORCED RESIN CASE

A more resolute case was developed by employing high-rigidity carbon fiber-reinforced resin material for its structure.

BUTTON SHAFT STRUCTURE

Adoption of highly durable metal pipes as housings for the buttons’ sliding parts reinforces the reliability of the 20-bar water resistance performance.

SOFT URETHANE BAND

A soft urethane band combining durability and moderate flexibility has been selected. Soft polyurethane material is also used for a buffer cover installed on the inner surface of the band for comfortable wearability.

TIDE GRAPH & MOON DATA

The mode hand indicates tidal information for a selected area on an easily understandable Tide Graph. In the basic timekeeping mode, the moon age is displayed on the LCD.

FACE DESIGN

Phosphorescent processing is applied to the large index and hour and minute hands to assure visibility in the dark. Numbers engraved on the bezel enable users to verify atmospheric pressure and altitude differences. The face’s high visibility enables users to confirm all the various data at a glance, even under adverse weather conditions.

TIME STAMP

Holding down the button at 4 o’clock records manual memories of sensor measurement values and the times they were taken. The records are useful for rescue and other operations.