Then it comes to watches that survive all attacks Casio’s PRO TREK ranks up there with Seikos, Garmins, and a Rolex encased in concrete. Their latest piece, the PRW3510Y-1, has a brighter, more visible super-twisted nematic (STN) LCD display and a new generation of “Triple Sensor Technology” as well as a solar powered movement.
The watch battery never needs to be changed and it lasts seven months without further exposure to light, a truly impressive feat. The watch can also be charged via low or fluorescent light. It is shipping now and costs $320. Look for a review forthcoming.
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