Casio Pro Trek WSD-F21HR GPS Smartwatch

Casio has unveiled Pro Trek WSD-F21HR, its latest outdoor GPS smartwatch. With multiple built-in sensors and water-resistant design, the wearable is an ideal companion for any outdoor adventure.Casio Pro Trek WSD-F21HR GPS Smartwatch

The Pro Trek is a beautifully crafted, multi-functional GPS smartwatch that weighs 2.9 oz (including wristband), and the watchcase measures 2.4 × 2.3 × 0.7 inches. As shown in the images, the GPS watch delivers a tough and rugged appearance design with two optional colors: black and red. Meanwhile, the smartwatch is compliant with MIL-STD-810G and water resistant to 50m, which means it works well in harsh conditions.

The GPS smartwatch comes equipped with built-in digital compass, altimeter and barometer in order to accurately locate your position with detailed info. Furthermore, the 1.32-inch dual layer monochrome and color display vividly shows you your current position and your recorded movement log on a high-definition color map, and the layout of the monochrome display not only displays the time, but also delivers atmospheric pressure/altitude and compass bearing.Casio Pro Trek WSD-F21HR GPS Smartwatch

Moreover, you can also use markers to record checkpoints for those special locations such as places where water is available, the campsite and more. The GPS watch also works as a fitness tracker with integrated heart rate sensor, and it’s capable of measuring your maximum oxygen consumption for your body per minute so that you can use the data as a guide for endurance activities. In addition, the Pro Trek runs Android Wear OS, and its rechargeable battery offers 1.5 days of use between charges with GPS turned off.

Casio Pro Trek GPS smartphone is priced at $499 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page (black version)for its more details.

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