The Casio WSD-F10, Casio's first outdoor smart watch, is a gorgeous one in its own right. Though it doesn't have the so-called premium leather bands of its fellow Android Wear watch lineup, it does have durability, element resistance, water resistance, as well as the classic timepiece look when your battery life hits a new low (the digital display drops and the LCD display shows the time in Casio's usual fashion). The device also charges by connecting the charger to the watch itself (not utilizing an additional accessory called the charging cradle). The WSD-F10 has a $500 price tag, though few will object to an Android Wear smartwatch with specific software that appeals to outdoorsmen.
If you're wondering whether or not this watch will sell outside of the US and Japan, however, you're in for a rude awakening. The company said in a statement today that it doesn't have any plans in a worldwide direction: "At the moment there are only plans for the WSD-F10 to be stocked in the US and Japan, with no confirmed date for [sic] UK release."
In short, the US and Japan are the only markets that will get to purchase the WSD-F10. The device offers fishing times, live weather conditions, cycling, biking, sunrise and sunset times, and more, with access to all that Google's Android Wear platform has to offer. The device is now on sale for $499.99, and can be found at both Google's Google Store and Casio's own online website.