Casio's Pro Trek line of smart watches started in 2016 with the WSD-F10, a bulky, expensive Android Wear device with aesthetics and a feature set slanted at the outdoorsy market. The company followed up in 2017 with the WSD-F20, a refinement on the concept. Now, Casio is back at it with the WSD-F30, which is less chunky, but still rugged (and expensive).
The WSD-F30 has all the bells and whistles of its older siblings, like compliance to the MIL-STD-810G durability standard, offline navigation using locally-stored maps, and a 1.2-inch dual-layer display design that allows for a battery saving mode that severely limits functionality but boosts battery life to up to 30 days.Read More
Casio's new Pro Trek Wear OS watch is a little less chunky but just as tough was written by the awesome team at Android Police.