Casio ProTrek PRW5000Y-1 watch for outdoor enthusiasts

The newest member in the Casio’s triple sensor timepiece portfolio is called ProTrek PRW5000Y-1. Designed for outdoor and sports enthusiasts, the new Protrek watch uses the same technology found in the company’s Pathfinder line and is equipped an altimeter, barometer and thermometer.

Along with the Tough Solar Power technology, the model has Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping that  automatically synchronizes with Coordinated Universal Time broadcast and contains an analog/digital timekeeping format with a unique second hand that acts as a compass needle and altitude & barometric pressure differential pointer. The LCD display show vital outdoor data, such as direction, altitude, barometric pressure and temperature, while hour and minute hands are specially designed with cut-outs for greater visibility of the dial underneath.

Casio ProTrek PRW-5000Y-1

The PRW5000Y-1 has a resin band with an electric blue dial and blue IP stainless steel bezel, Mineral glass, large textured buttons for easy operation and offers usual durability and  water, temperature and shock resistance.

Casio’s ProTrek PRW5000Y-1 is available for a MSRP of $480.00

Related posts

New AMD Radeon R9 specs emerge

The tech specs of three upcoming AMD graphics cards have been leaked online and these include the AMD Radeon R9 280X, R7 260X and R7 240. The Radeon R9 280X is based on a Tahiti chip on 28 nm technology and sports 2048 stream processors, 56 texture units, 16 ROPs, 2 GB of...

What the new William Hill Slots Site Can Teach Us About How Online Gambling is Changing

What the new William Hill Slots Site Can Teach Us About How Online Gambling is Changing

You only need look at the rise of next-gen gaming consoles, the unprecedented popularity of apps like Angry Birds, or at companies such as Zynga and their swift rise to prominence to see just how much the gaming industry at large has embraced new technology. Taking the concept of playing...

Intel may be forced to delay thinner production processes

Intel may be forced to delay thinner production processes

It has been more than a year since we began to talk actively about Intel’s 14 nm desktop Broadwell processors but they are nowhere to be seen. Expected sometime in 2015 the chips may suffer additional delays due to difficulties that Intel faces with the production of these very advanced chips...

Leave a comment