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Casio's newest Pro-Trek will always keep you on the right path

The new watch implements a new compass bearing sensor.
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Photo: Casio

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Available later this summer, Casio's Pro Trek (PRW-7000) refines their outdoor watch design with a cleaner look and a strong set of features. One of the key features is the watch's new compass bearing sensor with auto horizontal compensation that points you in the right direction even when the watch is tilted. 

Alongside the usual Tough Solar and Triple Sensor features, it also features a carbon fiber second hand, LED/Phosphorescent illumination, sapphire crystal, retrograde hand with tide graph/bearing memory/atmospheric pressure change/altitude change indication, carbon fiber insert band, and 20-bar water resistance.

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