New arrivals: Casio PRO TREK PRW-6000 series adventure watches

The new PRO TREK PRW-6000 series is now optimised with hand-concealment and advanced sensor functions for greater readability, operability and wearability. Prices range from S$549 to S$999. Available from July 2014.

Available starting from July 2014, the new Casio PRO TREK PRW-6000 Series is found at all G-FACTORY and G-FACTORY Premium stores across Singapore.

Available starting from July 2014, the new Casio PRO TREK PRW-6000 Series is found at all G-FACTORY and G-FACTORY Premium stores across Singapore.

Casio Singapore is welcoming a brand new PRW-6000 series to its PRO TREK range of high-performance timepieces designed to be the outdoor adventure companion.

The new series has a hand-concealment function for a clearer view of digital display and Casio’s latest Triple Sensor Ver.3 technology for optimal outdoor performance.

The PRW-6000 is specially crafted for easy readability and wearability.

It comes fitted with a wider LCD screen and an innovative function to move the dials away temporarily for an unblocked view of sensor data when needed.

Its light 73g weight and sleek 12.8mm profile makes it the slimmest in the PRO TREK range, providing maximum comfort for the wearer and ease of wrist movement and agility.

“When crafting the PRW-6000, our engineers at Casio sought expert opinions from professional alpinist and mountain guides to derive the perfect formula that combines style and enhanced functionality. We are proud to introduce this new series to our high-spec PRO TREK range as the best companion for any outdoor pursuits,” said Koyu Kotani, Assistant General Manager, Timepiece Division, Casio Singapore.

Equipped with Casio’s newest Triple Sensor Ver.3 technology, outdoor enthusiasts can use the PRW-6000 to determine compass bearing, barometric pressure/altitude and temperature to understand any terrain and weather elements with utmost precision.

The PRW-6000 also features an atmospheric pressure trend alarm which signals sudden dips or spikes in atmospheric pressure.

Wearers can take the PRW-6000 through the Sacred Valley trails in Peru or climb through the unforgiving terrains at Everest Base Camp with confidence.

It is constructed to survive and perform in any terrain and also receives time calibration signals from six stations worldwide to automatically display the correct time at any location around the world.

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