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2007-06

CASIO PROTREK PRG-110 Casio's latest watch is for the serious outdoor adventurer . Thinner and smaller components combine with Casio's original high-density mounting technology to create a high load timepiece that is 30 per cent slimmer ...

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History - 2002

O watches Casio Protrek Triple Sensor Trek, dive or just hang around and the Protrek will tell you all you need to know about climate, pressure and finding your way back home. For the outdoors nut — or the mall rat with a preference for ...



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Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, 70–200mm lens, 1/5 sec at f/16, ISO 100 “Photographers love their gadgets and a really useful one is the Casio Pro Trek watch. It is solar-powered and has a compass, altimeter and barometer, so you can look as ...

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  • Casio

    Casio Men's PRW-3000-1ACR "Protrek" Sport Watch

    Watch (Casio)

    Rating (109 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Casio

    Awesome watch with all the functions you need into one.

    I wanted a watch that had a negative LCD, atomic, solar powered, that also had compass, altimeter, and barometer. This had everything I wanted rolled into one great package. I just received the watch today and it looks and feels great. It's nowhere near as bulky and heavy as my previous pathfinder PAW-1100 watch, and it still has all the functionality of it. The negative LCD looks great and the illumination backlight looks awesome! It's no longer a turquoise color but more of a darker blue now. The display is easy to read and best of all, the functionality is pretty much similar to any of Casio's pathfinder/protrek watches. So for those of you who have previously owned an ABC watch, this functions and sets up just the same way. Since I just got it today, I don't know how well it's going to hold up to wear and tear, but I'll find out soon since this is going to be my everyday watch.Oh and don't be mislead by the "Blue" in the title/product description. The watch is all... 5/5 Chong Y Yi - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRW-3000-1ACR "Protrek" Sport Watch (Watch) I wanted a watch that had a negative LCD, atomic, solar powered, that also had compass, altimeter, and barometer. This had everything I wanted rolled into one great package. I just received the watch today and it looks and feels great. It's nowhere near as bulky and heavy as my previous pathfinder PAW-1100 watch, and it still has all the functionality of it. The negative LCD looks great and the illumination backlight looks awesome! It's no longer a turquoise color but more of a darker blue now. The display is easy to read and best of all, the functionality is pretty much similar to any of Casio's pathfinder/protrek watches. So for those of you who have previously owned an ABC watch, this functions and sets up just the same way. Since I just got it today, I don't know how well it's going to hold up to wear and tear, but I'll find out soon since this is going to be my everyday watch.Oh and don't be mislead by the "Blue" in the title/product description. The watch is all... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 19, 2013

    Negative Display - No Problem!

    0 5/5 Ron - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRW-3000-1ACR "Protrek" Sport Watch (Watch) I was hesitant to buy this model with the negative display because of many negative reviews. I'm glad I did though because I have zero issues with the watch or its negative display, its always clear and easy to view for me. This watch is a great value, it has the features of the models that are twice its price, while being much more compact than other/older models. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 24, 2014

    Good buy

    What's not to like? As an ABC watch, it has all the features I've grown accustomed to in a watch/ sensing device. There are times when I need to now if the barometric pressure is dropping, which way is North, etc.. I've been a user of these watches for over 19 years, this is my third Casio ABC watch, two previous instruments were of the Pathfinder series. The first I broke due to a 120vac electric shock, the case bonded to AC outlet terminals (!), and the next the case mounting point for lower band was crushed when a heavy door was closed on my wrist (saved my wrist-bones or so I believe).This time around, I wanted the negative display, which I think is very cool and not the norm, sometimes more a bit more difficult to see, but I like it very much. The back-light is effective and useful in low-light conditions. I am surprised more people don't comment on the display type, but then I guess I'm a watch nerd. I particularly like the 1-meter accuracy for altimeter and the... 5/5 Amazon Customer "Bill" (CoSprgs, CO United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRW-3000-1ACR "Protrek" Sport Watch (Watch) What's not to like? As an ABC watch, it has all the features I've grown accustomed to in a watch/ sensing device. There are times when I need to now if the barometric pressure is dropping, which way is North, etc.. I've been a user of these watches for over 19 years, this is my third Casio ABC watch, two previous instruments were of the Pathfinder series. The first I broke due to a 120vac electric shock, the case bonded to AC outlet terminals (!), and the next the case mounting point for lower band was crushed when a heavy door was closed on my wrist (saved my wrist-bones or so I believe).This time around, I wanted the negative display, which I think is very cool and not the norm, sometimes more a bit more difficult to see, but I like it very much. The back-light is effective and useful in low-light conditions. I am surprised more people don't comment on the display type, but then I guess I'm a watch nerd. I particularly like the 1-meter accuracy for altimeter and the... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 22, 2013
    List Price: $300.00
    Resin logoed band with buckle closure
    Solar-powereded sport watch with world time and six atomic timekeeping functionality
    Japanese quartz movement with digital display
    Water resistant to 100 m (330 ft)
    46 mm resin case and mineral dial window


  • VLC Distribution - Casio Watch

    Casio - ProTrek (Pathfinder) - PRW2500-1A

    Watch (VLC Distribution - Casio Watch)
    List Price: $300.00
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  • Casio

    Casio Men's PRG-270-1 "Protrek" Triple Sensor Multi-Function Digital Sport Watch

    Watch (Casio)
    List Price: $180.00
    Price: $108.23
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    Japanese quartz movement with digital display
    Water resistant to 100 m (330 ft)
    Resin band with buckle closure
    Solar-powereded sports watch with altimeter, barometer, compass, and thermometer
    50 mm case and mineral dial window


  • CASIO

    CASIO PROTREK triple sensor Ver.3 PRW-6000Y-1AJF

    Watch (CASIO)

    The double LED right field (letter board + liquid crystal part: at full Autolite, afterglow function, afterglow time for reshuffling (1.5 seconds with /3 second))
    Set unit: Set maximum for one minute: For 60 minutes, we measure by unit for one second
    Five of them, the time signal
    When a given period of time passes in dark place, we delete display and turn off needle and save electricity.


  • Cannon Gate Pub Inc

    Casio Men's PRW-2500R-1CR Pro-Trek Tough Solar Digital Sport Watch

    Watch (Cannon Gate Pub Inc)

    Rating (240 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Cannon Gate Pub Inc

    Casio Men's PRW2500-1 Pathfinder

    Although an incredibly advanced piece of instrumentation at the end of the day it is still a watch and one requirement of being a watch is that it keeps consistently accurate time, since this watch has a 6-band atomic receiver it does just that as long as it is capable of receiving the calibration signal. I am physically located two hours from the east coast and have experience some difficulty with "manually" receiving the signal during the daytime but the watch easily synchronizes after midnight every night as long as I place the watch near a window. I have owned other triple sensors (older models), Suunto Vector & Core, Citizen, and other "ABC" watches but I have to say that I am most satisfied with the PRW-2500 for several reasons. First if you plan to use ANY "sensor" watch for accurate navigation, weather prediction, or environmental awareness be very prepared to be disappointed. ABC watches are NOT precision instruments to be used in that capacity but... 4/5 Fish411 - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRW-2500R-1CR Pro-Trek Tough Solar Digital Sport Watch (Watch) Although an incredibly advanced piece of instrumentation at the end of the day it is still a watch and one requirement of being a watch is that it keeps consistently accurate time, since this watch has a 6-band atomic receiver it does just that as long as it is capable of receiving the calibration signal. I am physically located two hours from the east coast and have experience some difficulty with "manually" receiving the signal during the daytime but the watch easily synchronizes after midnight every night as long as I place the watch near a window. I have owned other triple sensors (older models), Suunto Vector & Core, Citizen, and other "ABC" watches but I have to say that I am most satisfied with the PRW-2500 for several reasons. First if you plan to use ANY "sensor" watch for accurate navigation, weather prediction, or environmental awareness be very prepared to be disappointed. ABC watches are NOT precision instruments to be used in that capacity but... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 10, 2013

    PRW2500

    This watch seems to be the watch to end all watches. Hopefully it has killed my desire to buy watches.It does about everything a watch can do. I especially like the compass. I tested the compass in a few locations and it has not been off by more than +/- 1 degree even though the specs say +/- 11 degrees. There shouldn't be a need to recalibrate it as long as one applies magnetic deviation mathematically as it is supposed to be done. If not applying magnetic deviation using basic math you'll have to recalibrate it everywhere you go.It's a pretty big watch but does not feel large at all on the wrist. The band is also pretty comfortable, it's a soft band out of the box so no need to boil it like you have to do to make the rubber on G-Shocks softer.Additionally the buttons are all easy to operate, easy to use, and most functions are fairly self explanatory to need to consult the manual is minimal.However the included manual has pretty small... 5/5 RGP - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRW-2500R-1CR Pro-Trek Tough Solar Digital Sport Watch (Watch) This watch seems to be the watch to end all watches. Hopefully it has killed my desire to buy watches.It does about everything a watch can do. I especially like the compass. I tested the compass in a few locations and it has not been off by more than +/- 1 degree even though the specs say +/- 11 degrees. There shouldn't be a need to recalibrate it as long as one applies magnetic deviation mathematically as it is supposed to be done. If not applying magnetic deviation using basic math you'll have to recalibrate it everywhere you go.It's a pretty big watch but does not feel large at all on the wrist. The band is also pretty comfortable, it's a soft band out of the box so no need to boil it like you have to do to make the rubber on G-Shocks softer.Additionally the buttons are all easy to operate, easy to use, and most functions are fairly self explanatory to need to consult the manual is minimal.However the included manual has pretty small... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 8, 2012

    This watch is awesome I love it. The more advanced you are outdoors the better you will like it.

    This watch is awesome I love it. The more advanced you are outdoors the better you will like it. It is important to first assess your skill level before you purchase and be familiar with Casio watches. If you are a 14er peak bagger with weight (I did Pikes Peak this season with 60 lbs), this watch is for you. I always go solo so this thing is my friend.If you already know how to terrain associate with a lensatic compass and a relief map and know which terrain feature you are on, you'll know within 10 to 20 meters of where you are by using the watch's altimeter and compass. If you usually use GPS, you probably won't need that part of the watch, but it is handy as a backup. If you are just a little familiar with barometric pressure, this watch can help you predict when the next pressure system/ weather change is coming over the next 12 to 24 hours.You do need to calibrate the altimeter from a known point and the barometer with a local weather forecast when your... 5/5 Brent M. Eastwood - See all my reviews, December 11, 2013
    List Price: $300.00
    Japanese quartz movement with digital display
    Water resistant to 660 feet (200 M): suitable for recreational scuba diving
    Protective mineral crystal dial window
    Features include solar power, digital compass, altimeter, barometer, thermometer, tide and moon data, world time, EL backlight, five daily alarms, timer, stopwatch, 12- and 24-hour formats, and power-saving function
    Atomic timekeeping, solar power capabilities, and world time in 48 cities--this Casio watch is perfect for the man who desires an accurate timepiece with a myriad of functions.


  • Casio

    Casio PRG270-4 Men's Triple Sensor Ver. 3 Tough Solar Digital Chrono Watch

    Watch (Casio)

    Rating (11 reviews):
    (3.6/5)
    Casio

    Very Pleased with It.

    0 5/5 Amazon Customer "civilcush" (Montrose, co usa) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio PRG270-4 Men's Triple Sensor Ver. 3 Tough Solar Digital Chrono Watch (Watch) Some have complained about being able to see the face of the watch, it almost prevented me from purchasing the watch. Im glad I took the chance. Very happy with the watch. All functions work well. A little complicated to figure it out but hopefully more than worth it. Version 3 is most certainly the way to go. I ordered a version 2 originally, the difference in weight makes a word of difference. The version 2 all but flopped around on my wrist because it was so heavy. Very pleased with the Version 3. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 25, 2014

    Excellent watch!

    0 5/5 Daytr8dr - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio PRG270-4 Men's Triple Sensor Ver. 3 Tough Solar Digital Chrono Watch (Watch) This watch has all the functionality of much more expensive watches for a very reasonable price. Would definitely recommend this watch for those interested in outdoors. The instruments are very accurate and the features are awesome! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 14, 2014

    Nice looking watch but

    0 3/5 RC (Florida) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio PRG270-4 Men's Triple Sensor Ver. 3 Tough Solar Digital Chrono Watch (Watch) Great looking watch. However, the backlight when used in the dark is just not bright enough. Numbers are very difficult to read. The backlight auto turn on works intermittently and the functions are hard to set. Casio's other models (eg G-Shocks) are way better. I ended up returning the watch. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 6, 2014
    List Price: $180.00
    PRG270-4
    Casio
    men's
    chronograph
    Protrek


  • Casio

    Casio Men's PRG550-1A1CR Pro Trek Triple Sensor Tough Solar Analog-Digital Watch

    Watch (Casio)

    Rating (130 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Casio

    Puzzled By Compass Markings AND UPDATE

    I saw this watch advertised in a sporting magazine and immediately fell in love with it. As other raters have commented, the watch looks great, and has usefull bells and whistles, albit perhaps not the most accurate, according to some of the reviews posted here. One GLARING erroneous marking that I noticed right off has me rather puzzled, and I'm thinking that there is perhaps an explanation for it that I'm not aware of. The watch has a non rotating, fixed bezel, which has the usual 360 degree compass markings, ie: 00 indicating North, is at the top 12:00 position, 180 indicating South, is at the bottom, 6:00 position. So far so good. Where it goes weird is all the other markings are on the wrong side of the bezel! Just to the RIGHT of 00 (North), are the markings 330, 300, and 270...indicating North-NW, West-NW, and West, at what should be 90 for East. To the LEFT of 00, are the markings 30, 60 90, indicating North-NE, East-NE, and 90 for East. It's easier to see if you just click on... 4/5 Eduardo - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRG550-1A1CR Pro Trek Triple Sensor Tough Solar Analog-Digital Watch (Watch) I saw this watch advertised in a sporting magazine and immediately fell in love with it. As other raters have commented, the watch looks great, and has usefull bells and whistles, albit perhaps not the most accurate, according to some of the reviews posted here. One GLARING erroneous marking that I noticed right off has me rather puzzled, and I'm thinking that there is perhaps an explanation for it that I'm not aware of. The watch has a non rotating, fixed bezel, which has the usual 360 degree compass markings, ie: 00 indicating North, is at the top 12:00 position, 180 indicating South, is at the bottom, 6:00 position. So far so good. Where it goes weird is all the other markings are on the wrong side of the bezel! Just to the RIGHT of 00 (North), are the markings 330, 300, and 270...indicating North-NW, West-NW, and West, at what should be 90 for East. To the LEFT of 00, are the markings 30, 60 90, indicating North-NE, East-NE, and 90 for East. It's easier to see if you just click on... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 26, 2012

    Not for military use

    First of all, the watch is easy to use, lightweight yet looks and feels solid, well built, keeps time pretty well, all the functions are usable, and is at a pretty reasonable price-range, which makes this product a great bargain. Oh, and it is easy to read - but only in daytime. And here is the reason why I gave it only 3 stars: I bought it for military use as a primary watch, since it has all the feature I would need while being deployed, and I liked it a lot when arrived, but when the sun set, and we had to go out to the "wilderness", I realised that the sole LED on the bottom of the display provided barely enough illum to light up the hands (on which the luminous light fades out very quickly), but the display was unreadable, even though I would have needed all the information on it as well. And while wearing gloves, the "baro" button was being pushed against my glove, so it "pressed itself" while moving around or using my rifle.So in short:pros:-... 3/5 matt - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRG550-1A1CR Pro Trek Triple Sensor Tough Solar Analog-Digital Watch (Watch) First of all, the watch is easy to use, lightweight yet looks and feels solid, well built, keeps time pretty well, all the functions are usable, and is at a pretty reasonable price-range, which makes this product a great bargain. Oh, and it is easy to read - but only in daytime. And here is the reason why I gave it only 3 stars: I bought it for military use as a primary watch, since it has all the feature I would need while being deployed, and I liked it a lot when arrived, but when the sun set, and we had to go out to the "wilderness", I realised that the sole LED on the bottom of the display provided barely enough illum to light up the hands (on which the luminous light fades out very quickly), but the display was unreadable, even though I would have needed all the information on it as well. And while wearing gloves, the "baro" button was being pushed against my glove, so it "pressed itself" while moving around or using my rifle.So in short:pros:-... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 16, 2014

    Awesome watch!

    0 4/5 Daniel Cortes (DAVIS, CA, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRG550-1A1CR Pro Trek Triple Sensor Tough Solar Analog-Digital Watch (Watch) I've had the watch for about a week now, and I am loving it. The altimeter works alright, the barometer and compass seem spot on. My only complaint (a small one) is that the watch does pinch arm hairs every so often, but thats something I can get used to. Overall, great piece, seems pretty sturdy and well constructed! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 28, 2012
    List Price: $300.00
    Price: $199.95
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    Tough Solar-powered watch featuring digital compass with needle indicator, low temperature resistance (-10C/14F), and fully automatic LED light with afterglow
    46 mm resin case, mineral dial window, and Japanese quartz movement with digital display
    Features altimeter, barometer, thermometer, sunrise and sunset data, World time (48 cities/UTC), 5 daily alarms, 1/10 sec stopwatch (1000hr), countdown timer (24hr), 12/24 hour formats, and power saving function
    Water resistant to 100 m (330 ft)


  • Cannon Gate Pub Inc

    Casio Men's Pathfinder Casual Watch PRW2500T-7CR, Titanium

    Watch (Cannon Gate Pub Inc)
    List Price: $400.00

    Water resistant to 660.0 feet (200 meters)
    Round resin watch with 50-millimeter case and gray mineral dial window
    Featuring printed directional markers at bezel, hourly time signal, world time, triple-sensor Protrek Pathfinder, and titanium band with clasp closure
    Japanese quartz movement with digital display


  • Casio

    Casio Men's PAG240-1CR "Pathfinder" Triple Sensor Multi-Function Sport Watch

    Watch (Casio)

    Rating (390 reviews):
    (4.6/5)
    Casio

    Great watch that fulfills reasonable expectations

    -See comments below for update!-After being on the edge for a long time, I bit the bullet and purchased the PAG240. I am happy with it for the most part :)Rather than do a full review, here are some observations/details to supplement other reviews:-Pictures don't do the watch justice! Look at one in person if you can, or search Youtube. Far from being obnoxiously flashy, it has a handsome utilitarian/rugged look to it. In my opinion, silver pathfinders try to look pricier and will attract more attention, including unwanted ones. If you want full functionality, go with this.-The watch weighs ~60g/2.12oz. That's 24 modern American pennies, or ~11 American quarters. The entire face (including side buttons) has the same diameter as the top lip of a standard soda can. I wear it every day without noticing its weight or size.-It has an optional (default on) power save mode which turns off the display after 60-70 min of inactivity. This... 5/5 Arthas "arthurqx641" (San Luis Obispo, CA United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PAG240-1CR "Pathfinder" Triple Sensor Multi-Function Sport Watch (Watch) -See comments below for update!-After being on the edge for a long time, I bit the bullet and purchased the PAG240. I am happy with it for the most part :)Rather than do a full review, here are some observations/details to supplement other reviews:-Pictures don't do the watch justice! Look at one in person if you can, or search Youtube. Far from being obnoxiously flashy, it has a handsome utilitarian/rugged look to it. In my opinion, silver pathfinders try to look pricier and will attract more attention, including unwanted ones. If you want full functionality, go with this.-The watch weighs ~60g/2.12oz. That's 24 modern American pennies, or ~11 American quarters. The entire face (including side buttons) has the same diameter as the top lip of a standard soda can. I wear it every day without noticing its weight or size.-It has an optional (default on) power save mode which turns off the display after 60-70 min of inactivity. This... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 25, 2011

    Great Product, Almost Lives Up To The Hype

    I just received this as a gift yesterday and thought I'd post my initial impressions. Should anything change drastically I will post updates later:I spent about 2 hours yesterday reading the manual, customizing the settings, and playing with all of the functions. I then used it all day at work, and came home today. Here's my rundown...World Clock - 4.5/5 Has one city for every time zone (or UTC offset, however you want to think about it), being near Washington D.C. I have to set my city code to "New York", besides that it has a very convenient feature of showing UTC time initially when moving to World Time mode, this is great for all those military and government types always wondering what Zulu time is! Would like to have a couple more cities per time zone.Sunrise/Sunset Time - 5/5 Works great, once you change your lat/long settings for your current location, times are within a couple minutes of any other information I could find online. No... 4/5 D. Schmidt (Virginia) - See all my reviews, December 10, 2010

    Loving it

    0 5/5 Andy H (Illinois) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PAG240-1CR "Pathfinder" Triple Sensor Multi-Function Sport Watch (Watch) I have had a lot of watches in my time, and this one has a lot to offer. I don't have any problems with the size, I've never had the pinching that some talk about, and I know the altimeter is going to fluctuate with the barometric pressure (basic science). The main aspect that I love is that you can see the barometric trend graph in timekeeping mode. I can just look down and figure out if the weather will be fair or not. As a runner, I have a Garmin Forerunner GPS watch that functions better for running, so I'm not beholden to the chronograph or countdown time. I am glad I have them on this watch though. I missed having a countdown timer on my last watch. I still use a military lensatic compass when orienteering, but in a pinch, this compass will get you out of a jam. Sunrise/sunset, temperature sensor, alarms, automatic tilt lighting, all work just fine. I'm very happy with this product and would recommend it to others. With solar power, it may be the last watch I ever own. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 13, 2011
    List Price: $250.00
    Full auto EL backlight
    Triple sensor (altimeter/barometer/thermomet er/compass)
    Powered by the sun, this tough, solar-powered Casio watch features a full auto EL backlight and world time for 48 cities, allowing time-telling accuracy no matter where you roam.
    Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving
    World time (48 cities)


  • Casio

    Casio Men's PAG240T-7CR "Pathfinder" Triple-Sensor Multi-Function Titanium Watch

    Watch (Casio)

    Rating (300 reviews):
    (4.4/5)
    Casio

    Awesome Watch!!

    I read a lot of reviews about this watch prior to buying it. Most of those reviews were good but some of them were bad so after having this for a few weeks now I'd like to mention a few things that may explain the bad reviews that I read. Most people did not seem to be using their heads or just I'll informed.First I should start off by saying that this watch takes a reasonable amount of intelligence for you to get the most out of it. I have yet to find anything negative about it but you need to keep these things in mind.Be careful when you size the band or ask someone to size it for you. This band does not use the typical link pins like most watches. You know, the kind that are split and spread out to hold the link pin in place. When you push the pins out of this band, each pin is held captive by a small split barrel that goes into the middle of the inside smallest part of the link. If you push any of the link pins out and you are not careful, that small... 5/5 mapper65 - See all my reviews This review is from: Casio Men's PAG240T-7CR "Pathfinder" Triple-Sensor Multi-Function Titanium Watch (Watch) I read a lot of reviews about this watch prior to buying it. Most of those reviews were good but some of them were bad so after having this for a few weeks now I'd like to mention a few things that may explain the bad reviews that I read. Most people did not seem to be using their heads or just I'll informed.First I should start off by saying that this watch takes a reasonable amount of intelligence for you to get the most out of it. I have yet to find anything negative about it but you need to keep these things in mind.Be careful when you size the band or ask someone to size it for you. This band does not use the typical link pins like most watches. You know, the kind that are split and spread out to hold the link pin in place. When you push the pins out of this band, each pin is held captive by a small split barrel that goes into the middle of the inside smallest part of the link. If you push any of the link pins out and you are not careful, that small... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 5, 2013

    Casio Men's PAG40-3COS Pathfinder Triple Sensor

    0 5/5 Starling2k "Starling2k" (Greenville, SC) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PAG240T-7CR "Pathfinder" Triple-Sensor Multi-Function Titanium Watch (Watch) I'm a watch nut but this particular watch is my favorite. It has a big face but since the metal band is titanium, it is ultra light. Time keeping is perfect. I've had this watch for several weeks now and even though it is not an atomic clock, I have checked it with my atomic clock and it is right on the exact second. It's a fun watch, looks absolutely great and I would rate it a 10 out of 10. It is a solar watch so you'll not have to ever worry about batteries. It's fun to watch the way it works - when you sleep (at night), it sleeps with you. When I put it on every morning the face is blank but as soon as there is just a little amount of light, the digits all appear. It also has an Indiglo style back light if you need to see the time in the dark. Great watch I would certainly recommend it.William 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 30, 2010

    Another great Casio wathc!!

    0 5/5 EPD073 - See all my reviews I researched this watch for a while, but it is pretty new so there was not much info out there. I was worried about the brushed titanium look. The watch looks great! It is very light and comfortable. It is easily sized and can fit small wrists like mine. The ABC functions work well. The buttons are easy to find and use. There are even three raised bumps under the light button to help find it in the dark. The auto light is great as usual, and offers settings from 1 to 3 seconds. The sunrise/sunset function is nice. The duplex LCD display is great. I don't like that the bezel does not click or lock into place; it just turns either way with ease. I also like that in the time display mode you can display either the day of the week, the year, or the barometer graph. I of course refuse to pay near full price, so I bought it when I found it for less than $200. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 10, 2010
    List Price: $300.00
    Protective mineral crystal dial window
    Water-resistant to 100 m (330 ft)
    Features fold-over clasp with double push-button safety closure
    Titanium watch featuring bi-directional bezel, five alarms, altimeter, compass, stopwatch, and calendar multifunctions
    Quartz movement with digital display


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