Back in January at CES Casio unveiled a new smartwatch running Android Wear. The WSD-F10 is being called a Smart Outdoor Watch by its maker, and its ruggedness certainly allows Casio to go with that moniker.
See, this device is water resistant up to 50 meters, and it's tested to military standard specifications to ensure it can withstand many rugged activities. And today Casio announced its release date as well as how much it will cost.
The Smart Outdoor Watch WSD-F10 will be out on March 25 for $500. You'll be able to purchase one from Casio's online store, Amazon, the Google Store, or REI - in red, green, black, or orange.
It sports a 1.32-inch 320x300 dual layer LCD touchscreen, which can switch from color to monochrome to boost battery life. Speaking of which, Casio claims the watch will get you through one day of normal use and should last more than a month in the battery-saving Timepiece mode.
The design is not what I'm looking for.
you just plug it into a tree bro, it's nature powered
500$?? are they MAD? for such money you can get garmin fenix 3 that beats in every possible way this casio watch!