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Casio Unveils New Pro Trek Smart Watch

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(PRESS RELEASE) DOVER, NJ – With warmer weather on the horizon, Casio announces the latest addition to its PRO TREK series of outdoor watches, the WSD-F20A. Available in the U.S. this May, the WSD-F20A offers the hallmark features outdoor enthusiasts have come to know and at a lower, more affordable price point.

Powered by the Wear OS by Google operating system, users can tap into low-power GPS and full color maps with navigation even when the watch is offline. Maps downloaded ahead of time can be accessed on the watch to guide users on their adventures. The WSD-F20A supports a wide range of outdoor and water activities and can be used in areas without cellular service, freeing up users to fully enjoy their adventures. Casio also signed on nine major app companies to provide popular outdoors and sports apps with a global reach. These apps are showcased in the “Featured Apps” list on the device for users to download and include ViewRanger, Hole19, Fishbrain, and more.

Designed with indigo accents, a soft black urethane band and buckle, button guards, a protective bezel, and three large side buttons, the WSD-F20A offers an enhanced design and operability, making it an essential piece of everyday gear. The WSD-F20A is also outfitted with the following:

  • Water resistance up to 50 meters
  • Military Standard 810G Durability
  • Casio MOMENT SETTER+ App
  • Digital Compass
  • Altimeter
  • Barometer
  • Activity Tracker
  • Dual Layer LCD
  • Microphone

The PRO TREK WSD-F20A Smart Outdoor Watch will be available in May for $399.00 (MSRP) at select retailers nationwide and online at ShopCasio.com. For more information on Casio’s PRO TREK collection of timepieces, please visit http://wsd.casio.com/.

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