Utilising Google8217;s Wear OS platform, it builds on the foundations laid by the original F10 and the updated GPS-equipped F20, enhancing the dual-layer display, boosting the battery life and slimming down the bodywork for a more attractive smartwatch.
Casio8217;s unique feature has been the dual-layer 1.2-inch display, allowing the display to switch from showing you everything that Wear OS offers in glorious colour, to just the essential details on a second monochrome layer.
When it comes to the battery life, Casio is claiming that the new F30 will give you three days of colour maps for navigation, meaning you can head out for a long weekend knowing that your watch is going to survive.
This 3-day battery life is thanks to an 8220;extend8221; mode which uses the monochrome display to give you vital information, with a full colour map appearing with the press of a button. Casio points out that the 3-day life is based on using Extend Mode with GPS tracking for up to 8 hours on those 3 days.
Military grade drop protection and 5ATM waterproofing are par for the course, while there8217;s sensors to give you all the data you could want 8211; barometer, accelerometer, gyrometer and compass.
Away from the outdoors features, the WSD-F30 offers you the full suite of Wear OS functions, so it8217;s fully connected and the ideal partner for your Android phone.