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Once upon a time sold for a whopping $500, the now Android Wear 2.0-powered Casio WSD-F10 smartwatch costs $250 for a (very) limited time.
This may well be your last chance to get the original Casio WSD-F10 rugged smartwatch, and it's probably the first that involves a decent discount.
The Android Wear 2.0-powered Casio Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20, aka the second-gen "Smart Outdoor Watch", is up for grabs now stateside at $500.
A major bug has kept most Android Wear watches eligible for the update stuck, though we now have one more watch ready to go for next week.
Android Wear 2.0 updates for previous-gen smartwatches start today, according to a Google employee, with Fossil, Tag Heuer and Casio models.
Casio has a slightly revised WSD-F20 Smart Outdoor Watch in the pipeline, running Android Wear 2.0 out the box, with its own GPS support also in tow.
A trio of new Android Wear devices picks up official US Google Store support, replacing aging Asus and Casio smartwatches.
There were a couple of things that made me excited to check out the Casio Smart Outdoor watch WSD-F10. Casio’s first Android Wear smartwatch is an absolute tank of a smartwatch that laughs in the face of just about anything that would put a normal Android Wear smartwatch to shame. This beast of a watch screams durability and toughness, and I’m an outdoorsy kind of guy, so I definitely wanted to give this a look.
I haven’t had the occasion to use Android wear in several months. Ever since my Moto 360 died a sad death at the hands of a game of tag on a tile floor, my Pebble Time [...]