Casio is taking Android Wear outside with its new WSD-F10 Smart Outdoor Watch. The company’s first smartwatch is a MIL-STD-810 tested model that’s water resistant up to 50 meters.
The watch has a 1.32 inch round 320 x 300 pixel display, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a series of sensors for measuring motion, air pressure, altitude, and more.
You can view environmental information like sunrise and sunset time, and compass direction by pressing a dedicated tool button.
Pair the watch with a phone running Casio’s Moment Setter+ app and you can use it to track speed, distance, or other details when cycling, hiking, fishing, or performing other outdoor activities.
The watch only gets about a day of battery life in full color mode. But it has a dual layer display that allows you to switch the watch into “Timepiece Mode” which turns off the color display, activates a monochrome display, and disables communication with your phone. You can get up t a month of battery life when just using the watch to tell the time.
The Casio Smart Outdoor Watch should be available in April for about $500.