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Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X Smart Outdoor Watch

Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X Smart Outdoor Watch Watch Releases

Casio, who remarkably celebrated their one hundred millionth G-Shock recently, are also makers of a number of other interesting and technologically focused watches. Casio’s Pro-Trek series, designed for outdoor enthusiasts, might not quite have the emphasis on G-Shock-level toughness but are still a highly durable collection of sport watches with connected features as their focus. Now, Casio have released a limited edition of their Pro Trek smart watch, the WSD-F20 that was announced earlier this year. The new and limited Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X Smart Outdoor Watch is designed specifically for winter sports and features a new interactive watch face, Ski Tracks app compatibility, and interchangeable bands for different sporting scenarios.

Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X Smart Outdoor Watch Watch Releases

Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X Smart Outdoor Watch Watch Releases

For the uninitiated, the Pro Trek WSD-F20 is designed as the outdoorsman’s smart watch and sports a lengthy list of features to include GPS connectivity, full color maps (which can be used offline as well), a digital compass, altimeter, barometer, activity tracker, and dual-layer LCD dial structure which all function in concert with a smartphone equipped with the Android Wear app. Sporting a 1.32-inch touchscreen, 50m of water resistance, and a not insignificant 61.7mm × 57.7mm × 15.3mm case, the WSD-F20 is built with legibility, functionality, and durability in mind. Casio’s new WSD-F20X is essentially a limited version of the same watch, but with a few notable differences to specialize it for winter sports.

Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X Smart Outdoor Watch Watch Releases

Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X Smart Outdoor Watch Watch Releases

The Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X separates itself from the regular model most prominently in its newly designed “Place” face (Casio doesn’t say “dial”) which is connected to Google Calendar and displays a map of either the wearer’s current or target destination. Other dial features like sub-dials and the tracking of a secondary application can be displayed according to user preference. Additionally, the Casio WSD-F20X is designed to work with the Ski Tracks app by Core Corders Ltd., which is specially designed to track and record a day of skiing. Other than those technical features, the new watch also has a black and green color scheme throughout. Finally, the WSD-F20X comes complete with interchangeable bands, one in standard Casio urethane and another in cloth to fit over winter outerwear.

Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X Smart Outdoor Watch Watch Releases

While not an incredible set of differences when compared to the older model, the new Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X Smart Outdoor Watch demonstrates Casio’s prowess in customizing their pieces with purpose-oriented technology to suit the particular needs of certain consumers. The new Casio Pro Trek WSD-F20X, produced in a limited edition of only 200 pieces, will be available starting in December and only from Amazon, for a price of $550casio.com.

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  • Raymond Wilkie

    Come on Raymond, say something positive about this watch. Show folks you are not an old fuddy duddy stuck in their ways. Try to embrace the G-Shock / Smart range. A hundred million people can’t be wrong and i guess it would be fun to see how many steps i take going to the store………………………That’s as good as you’re going to get.

    • Pete Pete

      raymond, it’s ok, you don’t have to push yourself. this computer thingy is not even a watch.

      • Raymond Wilkie

        Thank God Pete, ! I thought it was just me.

    • Berndt Norten

      100 million people CAN be wrong. Heck, on a regular basis, 60 million Frenchmen are wrong. And all the Bieber Believers and Kanye lovers. Heck, I think I made a mistake once.

      • Sheez Gagoo

        First Kanye-albums were great. Nobody knows that more than Kanye.

      • I also thought once I made I mistake, but I was wrong.

        • Berndt Norten

          Good man!

    • DanW94

      Look at you Ray, apprehensively peeking out the door of Roger Smith’s picturesque 19th century workshop on the Isle of Man…

      • Raymond Wilkie

        I feel safe here, don’t make me come out !

        • Berndt Norten

          Raymond can you hear me?
          Can you feel me near you?
          Raymond can you see me.
          Can I help to cheer you?

          • Raymond Wilkie

            Berndt !

        • Mark1884

          Don’t come out!! Stay safe!!!

    • Berndt Norten

      Everyone loves reading about Raymond’s struggle to comprehend the appeal of digiturds

      • Raymond Wilkie

        I’m trying, i really am but they are totally beyond me.

        • Berndt Norten

          I’m with you, Raymond.

        • Mark1884

          Ray, you have to fight this! I am with you. Smart watches are the enemy. Don’t you give up on me now!!

  • SuperStrapper

    When casio sorts out how to combine this level of technology with their sterling history of solar charging capability (and they will) no one else will be able to compete.

  • Marius

    I’m not sure what I would do with a 60mm X 15,3mm plastic smart watch. Instead of spending almost $600 on this useless plastic turd, why not spend it on dinner at my favourite restaurant in Paris — Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée. Dinner at this splendid 3 Michelin Star restaurant costs around €400, which means that you will have almost €200 left over for a ticket to a FC Barcelona football match, and see D10S Messi at the Nou Camp. Yet again, I bought you interesting as well as intelligent alternatives for spending your money. You’re welcome. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f1410330037c4256a643ffe499ad25b7b92358caa622a9ded6b54e6faab73fe9.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e1a2f7600bf956250273c8e7a6b6cb23e346d69d9a1911e65b2f067e072ea00a.png https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b7bdf45d664e29dde0046ecad879b6d7fd6da7d16f2c818c342045dbd6c4f80d.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d9b272f05e396718bed4cf8d17a4bdf2c9e33958ec11f8ad49e59fefdd10e5f1.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b497d2d48fd308efdd185d6e91bcb5f676e05c3f1e2336fc23f1f9cb07f83951.jpg

    • Berndt Norten

      Or you could get 5 lunches (set menu, with a nice glass of white) at the tired but still worthy Tour d’Argent.

    • I don’t see how paying so much for what is essentially gourmet cat food counts as interesting (I mean, the interesting bit about that could be the conversation with your companions, not the place or food per se (by the way, the pronunciation is not ‘say’, but ‘se’ as in ‘set’, learn your Latin, gringos); you could get a much more interesting experience eating in any street vendor at any large city in any busy intersection), and assisting to a primitive form of entertainment where 22 adults kick a ball is literally the opposite of intelligent. Now, if you’d recommended alcohol instead…

      The watch is a poor choice, I agree on that!

    • Mikita

      Or you can get a couple of nights for 2 in the InterContinental Pattaya Resort and still have enough left for high class hookers.
      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0faaf1db5fcae78ce2b6ddb6b5c2c119a7cf888dafc7f2a0892b7256aeaf944a.jpg

  • Tea Hound

    When owners of this watch press the button labelled ‘tool’ the face changes to display the text “that’s you, mate”.

  • BNABOD

    Yes another digitized turd. Keep them coming .

  • chaos215bar2

    Why even bother hosting comments if all you’re going to get is a bunch of complaining every time a watch with more features than a jewel count comes up?

    • Raymond Wilkie

      Because it’s fun 🙂

    • Terance Hill

      How else do you become a watch snob come on get with the program LOL welcome

    • Berndt Norten

      You are hereby served notice: the island votes for chaos-exit

  • Mark1884

    No thank you.
    I prefer watches.

  • Bozzor

    A watch as a piece of mechanical art, a watch as a reflection of social status, a watch as a chick magnet (or a hooker price scale barometer as per the needs of certain individuals here), a watch as conversation starter, a watch as tool in circumstances ranging from being a firefighter, a London commodities trader, a Seattle engineering consultant, a Purdue university PhD candidate tinkering around PUR-1 or a hunting guide in the wilds of Denali Preserve who suddenly has to deal with crappy weather leading to a 24 hour delay in the plane arriving with an ammo shortage and a realisation that the grizzlys are onto you…there’s a watch for every occasion. And this Protrek would be what I’d want for the last one.

  • Larry Holmack

    Here in Texas, winter sports include rabbit, deer, turkey and sometimes some goose hunting. No need for a $550 dinner plate on your arm…and yeah…even I have my size limitations…and 61 mm’s is just too damn big for even me! It would better spent on extra ammo, a new pair of hunting boots, some warm socks, and a few extra camo long sleeve shirts.

  • IG

    Yeah I want to use map on a 1.32-inch screen.

  • mtnsicl

    Damn it, it’s not big enough!

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