Reading Time: 2 minutes<= Return to the main Casio Pro Trek Smart Review WSD-F30 GPS Accuracy Summary: Easy conditions delivered VERY ACCURATE GPS results from the F30. However, it performed relatively poorly in more difficult conditions when GPS obstacles were introduced like trees, building and underpasses. I’m not sure how that will translate to your overall hiking usage. Clearly, on open moors and hills, you should get good results but when walking in forests and valleys performance might be variable (IDK). Some Examples The Casio WSD-F30 (green) has good GPS along a tree-lined path and handles a sharp turn well.…
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