The GULFMASTER collection from G-SHOCK is ready for any maritime mission — rugged and virtually indestructible.
Shines when the outlook is bleak
Optimal illumination of all the functions enables excellent operability even in extreme weather conditions or in complete darkness.
Faster than a storm
Precise measurements of direction, atmospheric pressure, elevation and temperature always at the highest speed.
The striking appearance of the casing, face and controls makes the GULFMASTER collection look really eye catching and for a harsh world.
Against the tide
Whenever you are faced with the forces of nature on the high seas, a G-SHOCK watch from the GULFMASTER collection is your reliable timepiece.
With digital precision, innovative functions and unrivalled robustness, they defy the harsh conditions of the ocean and excel themselves.
Turn fear into strength. Because now you know exactly what is coming.
No time for wrong decisions
Albert van der Plas
First Coxswain - Detective
Coxswain - Customs Officer
Coxswain/Mechanic - Process operator/Ex-fisherman
Rick van der Plas
Crew - Detective
Crew/Truck driver - Machine Operator
Crew/Truck driver - Carpenter
Paul de Vreugd
Assistant/PR - Carpenter/wedding filmer
Bart de Mooy
(Senior) lifeguard - Market research/projectmanager
Jesse de Vreugd
(Senior) lifeguard - Laundry worker
(Senior) lifeguard - Accountant
Coxswain - Coordinator preventive mechanical maintenance
Jos de Gunst
Truck driver - Retired ambulance driver
Tractor driver - Teacher assistant
Feature highlights GWN-Q1000-1AER
Once the high tide time has been entered for a selected location, the watch can display the low and high tide phases at this location on any given date. This can be quite useful, for example, if you want to know the patterns of the tides at your destination in advance.
A built-in direction sensor detecs the magnetic north.
Barometer (260 / 1.100 hPa)
A special sensor measures the air pressure (measuring range: 260/1100 hPa) and presents this on the display in the form of a symbol. This enables early detection of weather trends.
Thermometer (-10°C / +60°C)
A sensor measures the ambient temperature around the watch and displays it in °C (-10°C /+60°C).
Shock-resistant construction protects against impact and vibration.
Depth gauge to -50 m
A pressure sensor measures changes in water pressure and converts the result into a depth display. Dives down to -50 m can be displayed.