CASIO’s pursuit of practical utility in airplane cockpits, where instruments are subjected to severe conditions such as gravitational forces resulting from sudden acceleration or sharp turns and vibrations due to air turbulence, has led to development of a reinforced structure that withstands shocks, centrifugal force and vibrations. The result is an aviator’s watch that satisfies pilots’ exacting requirements.


On the land

Built to prevent intrusion by sand, mud or dust and to ensure reliable operation in the harshest environments, this tough structure is prepared to support training and actual missions in environments such as jungles and deserts. It’s an ideal tool for rangers and rescue crews.


Out at sea

Built-in miniature sensors perform high-sensitivity detection of changes in the natural phenomena that can affect maritime operations. A storm alarm function that uses both an alarm sound and visual display message to alert users to sudden changes in atmospheric pressure has also been installed to provide advance warning of deteriorating weather conditions.