The timepiece features GPS/GLONASS navigation as well as specific features and modes for hunting and fishing, including a moon phase calendar, shot detection, sunrise alert, weather trends, a red backlight for nighttime watch checks, and night vision goggle compatibility.
The Traverse Alpha also caters to hikers, with a real-time “breadcrumb” view of the recorded track, speed, distance, and altitude tracking, route preview, and of course a compass.
NEIGHBORHOOD’s touch can be seen on the watch face, with “NEIGHBORHOOD” and “TOKYO SQUAD 3204” at the top and bottom of the bezel, and “NEIGHBORHOOD TOKYO / CRAFT WITH PRIDE” on the strap.
The watch dropped in Japan on April 27, retailing at NEIGHBORHOOD for ¥84,240 (approximately $765). It is currently sold out, but keep your eyes peeled for a potential restock.
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