Casio ProTrek PRW Tactical Watch

Dec 11, 2017

Category: Gear

It was just last year when Casio expanded its unique series of Pro-Trek watches purposed for tactical application. Now, the newest addition to the lineup – the PRW-3510Y-8JF – with a recognizable militarized color scheme and a handful of stealthy features is here to continue that tradition.

Each tactical timepiece boasts fine Japanese quartz movement housed within its airtight 20 bar military housing and comes complete with a steel back cover and anti-reflective sturdy mineral glass. Each Pro-Trek is also affixed with a thermo-polyurethane strap, their Triple Sensor v3 technology hosting a digital compass, thermometer, and barometer/altimeter, as well as a world-time function, automatic calendar, stopwatch, countdown timer, climb chart, and bright LED lighting for use in even the darkest of nights. All told, no matter what the mission may entail, Casio’s highly durable Pro-Trek PRW-3510Y-8JF surely won’t let you down.

Purchase: $350

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