Casio Pro Trek Smart

6.8/10 AVG.
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  • Casio Pro Trek Smart
  • Casio Pro Trek Smart
  • Casio Pro Trek Smart
  • Casio Pro Trek Smart
  • Casio Pro Trek Smart

Specs / Features


Android wear 2.0, gps, 5 bar water resistant, mil-standard 810 g durability, 0.8 mm thinner than 1st generation, 50m water resistant | Digital compass, altimeter, barometer, activity tracker, dual layer lcd structure, original watch face, casio moment setter, microphone, timepiece mode | Quartz Movement | Case Diameter: 61.7mm | Water resistant to 50m (165ft: in general, suitable for short periods of recreational swimming, but not diving or snorkeling | Up to 25 hours of battery life with GPS on and one month when in Timepiece mode

Android wear 2.0, gps, 5 bar water resistant, mil-standard 810 g durability, 0.8 mm thinner than 1st generation, 50m water resistant | Digital compass, altimeter, barometer, activity tracker, dual layer lcd structure, original watch face, casio moment setter, microphone, timepiece mode | Quartz Movement | Case Diameter: 61.7mm | Water resistant to 50m (165ft: in general, suitable for short periods of recreational swimming, but not diving or snorkeling | Up to 25 hours of battery life with GPS on and one month when in Timepiece mode

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Specification

Brand Casio
Model WSD-F20-RGBAU
Release date 21-April-2017

Critic Reviews


TechRadar

A rugged Android smartwatch for adventure seekers

from TechRadar

Even though it’s quite unique as a Wear OS smartwatch that caters for more serious outdoors activity, and it’s definitely rugged enough to withstand a lot of ‘adventure’, there are too many flaws to justify the $500/£450 price tag, particularly when there are other watches (though not fu...More

Even though it’s quite unique as a Wear OS smartwatch that caters for more serious outdoors activity, and it’s definitely rugged enough to withstand a lot of ‘adventure’, there are too many flaws to justify the $500/£450 price tag, particularly when there are other watches (though not fully smart) snapping at its heels in terms of features.

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Digital Trends

A good smartwatch with features too niche for most people

from Digital Trends

Aside from its Android Wear capabilities, the Pro Trek’s strongest appeal rests with its bevy of outdoor features. Featuring a compass, altimeter, barometer, and tide graph, the watch affords a wealth of useful information right on your wrist — and helps consolidate the amount of equipment one might usually tote while outside.

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Aside from its Android Wear capabilities, the Pro Trek’s strongest appeal rests with its bevy of outdoor features. Featuring a compass, altimeter, barometer, and tide graph, the watch affords a wealth of useful information right on your wrist — and helps consolidate the amount of equipment one might usually tote while outside.

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Pocket-lint

The best Android Wear sports watch for outdoor activities

from Pocket-lint

It's fast, fluid, responsive and very feature-rich, but still feels like it's missing something. Not being able to dig in to your statistics and summary of your last exercise once you've dismissed the notification card seems like an obvious flaw.

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It's fast, fluid, responsive and very feature-rich, but still feels like it's missing something. Not being able to dig in to your statistics and summary of your last exercise once you've dismissed the notification card seems like an obvious flaw.

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Wareable

More outdoor friendly, but still needs work

from Wareable

If you can live with something that can get through a day’s worth of outdoor pursuits, and you like its bulky, rugged looks then it might have some appeal. We think your money might be best being spent elsewhere, though.

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If you can live with something that can get through a day’s worth of outdoor pursuits, and you like its bulky, rugged looks then it might have some appeal. We think your money might be best being spent elsewhere, though.

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TrustedReviews

The best Android Wear watch for hikers

from TrustedReviews

The Casio WSD-F20 is one of the best “true” smartwatches on the market that’s also a great hiking tool. Offline maps, decent custom tracker interfaces and great ruggedisation all add serious appeal. And ‘standalone’ GPS makes this a major upgrade over the original WSD-F10 too.

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The Casio WSD-F20 is one of the best “true” smartwatches on the market that’s also a great hiking tool. Offline maps, decent custom tracker interfaces and great ruggedisation all add serious appeal. And ‘standalone’ GPS makes this a major upgrade over the original WSD-F10 too.

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Nerd Techy

A great option

from Nerd Techy

Most durable smartwatches are packed with hardware for high end physical training, so these aren’t always a viable option for consumers. If you want a watch that can survive anything, but are more interested in standard smartwatch functionality, this is a great option.

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Most durable smartwatches are packed with hardware for high end physical training, so these aren’t always a viable option for consumers. If you want a watch that can survive anything, but are more interested in standard smartwatch functionality, this is a great option.

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Tech Advisor

A fine choice if you in any way lead the active life

from Tech Advisor

Android Wear 2.0 is present, meaning the watch is very responsive and takes advantage of the new OS to bring its advanced features to the fore. At $500 it’s pretty expensive, but then again for what it offers it’s a better choice for the outdoors when compared to the Apple Watch or Samsung’s Gear S3.

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Android Wear 2.0 is present, meaning the watch is very responsive and takes advantage of the new OS to bring its advanced features to the fore. At $500 it’s pretty expensive, but then again for what it offers it’s a better choice for the outdoors when compared to the Apple Watch or Samsung’s Gear S3.

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