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Torque

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 PRG-270-1 "Protrek" Triple Sensor Multi-Function Digital Sport Watch

    Watch (Casio)

    Rating (146 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Casio

    Great ABC triple sensor watch with a great price

    I decided to put this review up as a few reviewers have issues with the accuracy of the altimeter readings, and may not understand the limitations of these watches:Design======The PRG270 is smaller than some of the older Protrek models, due to the smaller sensor, and they have moved the sensor location from the 10 o'clock to the 9 o'clock position. The triple sensor makes these watches sometimes called ABC watches as they have Altitude, Barometer & Compass readouts. The smaller design makes it easier to wear everyday, however the face is still relatively busy, with the case having front raised sections (at the 12, 3, 6 & 9) with indents. The sensor at the 9 o'clock position sits higher than the raised section at the 3 o'clock position. The crystal is recessed nicely as usual on Casio G-Shocks and Protreks.I wish the design could look more like the PRW3000, which is cleaner and more stylish IMHO... 5/5 Keith Travels - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRG-270-1 "Protrek" Triple Sensor Multi-Function Digital Sport Watch (Watch) I decided to put this review up as a few reviewers have issues with the accuracy of the altimeter readings, and may not understand the limitations of these watches:Design======The PRG270 is smaller than some of the older Protrek models, due to the smaller sensor, and they have moved the sensor location from the 10 o'clock to the 9 o'clock position. The triple sensor makes these watches sometimes called ABC watches as they have Altitude, Barometer & Compass readouts. The smaller design makes it easier to wear everyday, however the face is still relatively busy, with the case having front raised sections (at the 12, 3, 6 & 9) with indents. The sensor at the 9 o'clock position sits higher than the raised section at the 3 o'clock position. The crystal is recessed nicely as usual on Casio G-Shocks and Protreks.I wish the design could look more like the PRW3000, which is cleaner and more stylish IMHO... Read more, March 2, 2014

    Practically a steal for the price considering v.3 sensor and features included....

    I have owned similar models going back to 1994 with each sensor version. I am both a weather fanatic as well as a tech geek. I had moved away from the Casio lines in favor of my Citizen Eco-Drive Skyhawk AT last year but now that I have received this watch a few weeks ago I find I am wearing this more than 50% of the time. I still love my Eco-Drive and it remains my favorite of my well over 25 watch collection mainly due to its true "all-occasion" appearance (anything from beach to formal wear). This PRG-270 has now taken place as my general wear go-to watch and living in the southeastern U.S. I find having the weather related features to be valuable as we head further into spring.I previously had the v.2 PAW-1300 ABC Pathfinder version which had been a favorite for several years until the solar rechargeable battery started to lose a bit of its storage capability after about 6 years of regular wear. It wasn't abused or subjected to rough usage but it did get its... 5/5 Rick M. (Charlotte, NC) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRG-270-1 "Protrek" Triple Sensor Multi-Function Digital Sport Watch (Watch) I have owned similar models going back to 1994 with each sensor version. I am both a weather fanatic as well as a tech geek. I had moved away from the Casio lines in favor of my Citizen Eco-Drive Skyhawk AT last year but now that I have received this watch a few weeks ago I find I am wearing this more than 50% of the time. I still love my Eco-Drive and it remains my favorite of my well over 25 watch collection mainly due to its true "all-occasion" appearance (anything from beach to formal wear). This PRG-270 has now taken place as my general wear go-to watch and living in the southeastern U.S. I find having the weather related features to be valuable as we head further into spring.I previously had the v.2 PAW-1300 ABC Pathfinder version which had been a favorite for several years until the solar rechargeable battery started to lose a bit of its storage capability after about 6 years of regular wear. It wasn't abused or subjected to rough usage but it did get its... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 15, 2014

    Solid all-around outdoor and travel performance

    I wanted a tough, all-around watch for outdoor activities (mostly hiking/backpacking) and travel. I think the PRG-270 does that quite well for a lot less than some ABC (altimeter-barometer-compass) watches out there. Once you consider all the features, you have a very versatile watch for not much money. It will tell me the time pretty much anywhere in the world, has more alarms that I will actually use, a stopwatch that goes up to hundreds of hours, a countdown timer, sunrise/sunset times (more useful than I thought it would be--nice to know roughly how much light is left), the ability to track my hikes in terms of max/min altitude and total ascent/descent, and a very good backlight--easy to see the whole dial. It's waterproof to deeper than I will go in normal life, 100 meters or ~330 feet--and even deeper than I would go scuba diving. Solar means I don't have to worry about battery changes.This is my first and only ABC watch, so it's hard to know if others would be... 4/5 N-CO (Colorado) - See all my reviews This review is from: Casio Men's PRG-270-1 "Protrek" Triple Sensor Multi-Function Digital Sport Watch (Watch) I wanted a tough, all-around watch for outdoor activities (mostly hiking/backpacking) and travel. I think the PRG-270 does that quite well for a lot less than some ABC (altimeter-barometer-compass) watches out there. Once you consider all the features, you have a very versatile watch for not much money. It will tell me the time pretty much anywhere in the world, has more alarms that I will actually use, a stopwatch that goes up to hundreds of hours, a countdown timer, sunrise/sunset times (more useful than I thought it would be--nice to know roughly how much light is left), the ability to track my hikes in terms of max/min altitude and total ascent/descent, and a very good backlight--easy to see the whole dial. It's waterproof to deeper than I will go in normal life, 100 meters or ~330 feet--and even deeper than I would go scuba diving. Solar means I don't have to worry about battery changes.This is my first and only ABC watch, so it's hard to know if others would be... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 11, 2014
    List Price: $180.00
    Full Auto LED (Super Illuminator) Backlight with Afterglow
    5 Daily Alarms (4 one-time and 1 snooze alarm)
    Hourly Time Signal, 1/10 Second Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, Full Auto Calendar (Pre-programmed until the year 2099), 12/24 Hour Formats, Button operation tone on/off, Storage Battery: Solar Rechargeable Battery, Battery Level Indicator, Power Saving Function, Approx. Battery Life: 9 months on full charge (without further exposure to light), Module 3415
    Full Auto Calendar (Pre-programmed until the year 2099)
    Tough Solar Power, 100M Water Resistant, Low Temperature Resistant (-10 C / 14 F), Altimeter, Altimeter Memory, Digital Compass, Barometer, Thermometer, Full Auto LED (Super Illuminator) Backlight with Afterglow, World Time, 31 time zones (48 cities + UTC), city name display, daylight saving on/off, Sunrise/Sunset Data, 5 Daily Alarms (4 one-time and 1 snooze alarm)


  • Casio

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

    Watch (Casio)

    Rating (161 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    Casio

    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

    Great watch but depends on your needs...

    I picked this watch up as a replacement for a beloved and well-worn Pathfinder that is no longer manufactured. That Pathfinder survived several years of hard, dedicated use, in a very austere and rugged setting, and it was finally defeated. Had it been repairable I would have had it fixed.I begrudgingly began looking for a replacement. Since that iteration of the Pathfinder series I was pleasantly surprised to find that the new generation are battery-free and solar powered. As I had left my previous profession I was not in need of such a large, "masculine" design but as a recreational outdoorsman, wanted to have the features of an ABC watch, the robustness of the Pathfinder design, a water-proof case, and Casio's dependability. I was also interested in GPS watches and finally, had been eyeing the subdued features of "military"-style design.I spent some time looking at Suunto GPS watches, and the new Garmin Tactix. From both the reviews I've read and reports... 5/5 JA Says "JA Says" (North America) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRW-3000-1ACR "Protrek" Sport Watch (Watch) I picked this watch up as a replacement for a beloved and well-worn Pathfinder that is no longer manufactured. That Pathfinder survived several years of hard, dedicated use, in a very austere and rugged setting, and it was finally defeated. Had it been repairable I would have had it fixed.I begrudgingly began looking for a replacement. Since that iteration of the Pathfinder series I was pleasantly surprised to find that the new generation are battery-free and solar powered. As I had left my previous profession I was not in need of such a large, "masculine" design but as a recreational outdoorsman, wanted to have the features of an ABC watch, the robustness of the Pathfinder design, a water-proof case, and Casio's dependability. I was also interested in GPS watches and finally, had been eyeing the subdued features of "military"-style design.I spent some time looking at Suunto GPS watches, and the new Garmin Tactix. From both the reviews I've read and reports... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 27, 2014

    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
    List Price: $300.00
    Hourly Time Signal, 1/10 Second Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, Countdown range: 24 hours, Full Auto Calendar (Pre-programmed until the year 2099), 12/24 Hour Formats, Button operation tone on/off, Storage Battery: Solar Rechargeable Battery, Battery Level Indicator, Power Saving Function, Approx. Battery Life: 7 months on full charge (without further exposure to light), Module 3414
    Tough Solar Power , Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping (US, UK, Germany, Japan, China), 100M Water Resistant, Low Temperature Resistant (-10 C / 14 F), Altimeter, Altimeter Memory, Digital Compass, Barometer, Thermometer, Full Auto LED (Super Illuminator) Backlight with Afterglow, World Time, Sunrise/Sunset Data, 5 Daily Alarms (4 one-time and 1 snooze alarm)


  • VLC Distribution - Casio Watch

    Casio - ProTrek (Pathfinder) - PRW2500-1A

    Watch (VLC Distribution - Casio Watch)

    Rating (95 reviews):
    (4.5/5)
    VLC Distribution - Casio Watch

    Best Triple Sensor Watch I've seen, awesome for when SHTF

    I just got this watch, couple of points:Look/feel - This watch is actually very light. I have a G-shock GW6900, and it feels much lighter than it. The resin strap is much thinner and much less rubbery feeling than the GW6900. It's over-sized in order to be able to be worn over a cuff or something. The dial looks very sharp, very badass looking watch. The PRW-2500 the best looking triple sensor watch I've seen, especially blacked out PRW-1500-1A. It's overall a very good looking, utilitarian watch. 10/10Altimeter - I read some of the reviews saying that the altimeter was extremely off. My experience is much different. When I set about to check the altimeter, I had my friend's GPS handy as well as checking up on an altitude map I found online. The GPS was reading ~201m above sea level, the map read 194m above sea level, the watch read 205 meters above sea level. The thing that I think a lot of people fail to understand about this watch is the fact that you need... 5/5 Jonny J - See all my reviews This review is from: Casio - ProTrek (Pathfinder) - PRW2500-1A (Watch) I just got this watch, couple of points:Look/feel - This watch is actually very light. I have a G-shock GW6900, and it feels much lighter than it. The resin strap is much thinner and much less rubbery feeling than the GW6900. It's over-sized in order to be able to be worn over a cuff or something. The dial looks very sharp, very badass looking watch. The PRW-2500 the best looking triple sensor watch I've seen, especially blacked out PRW-1500-1A. It's overall a very good looking, utilitarian watch. 10/10Altimeter - I read some of the reviews saying that the altimeter was extremely off. My experience is much different. When I set about to check the altimeter, I had my friend's GPS handy as well as checking up on an altitude map I found online. The GPS was reading ~201m above sea level, the map read 194m above sea level, the watch read 205 meters above sea level. The thing that I think a lot of people fail to understand about this watch is the fact that you need... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 22, 2011

    Great watch. Has (nearly) all the features I want.

    0 4/5 Jim - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) I got this watch because I've been looking for an ABC watch that includes tide data. It does everything it says it does. All functions work as advertised. Two features that I wish it had:1. Sunrise/Sunset data based on home location.2. User should have the ability to have the backlight come on whenever buttons are pushed (if user so desires). The way it works now is the light goes OFF when a button is pushed. For example, when auto-light comes on, and I press Barometer button, light goes immediately OFF. Real pain when trying to read it in the dark. Also, the light has 1.5 and 3.0 second illumination times. There's a lot of data to look at; wish it had a 5-second option as well. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 22, 2012

    Awesome Watch

    I began to search for a watch online that complement my needs on the mountain, as I hike and climb a lot. This watch has it all, the altimeter is really great once you get to calibrate it. The Barometer I'm still trying to figure it out, and the compass comes handy for sure. So, I've read the manual several times, and as I just said, still trying to figure out some of the functions. I live at some place that Radio Signal is not supported, so I had to set the watch manually, also the timezone, which where I live is not supported either, and I think the Tide Graph is not going to work well. I've tested the Moon Data (moon age of the specific date and moon phase graph) and it is accurate even though I chose a different City and set it up manually.I recommend you to investigate a little bit more if where you live is supported for radio signal calibration, cause its dumb to buy the watch if it doesnt.I've used the watch for swimming, also had the chance to swim under sea water... 5/5 climber4life91 (OR, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio - ProTrek (Pathfinder) - PRW2500-1A (Watch) I began to search for a watch online that complement my needs on the mountain, as I hike and climb a lot. This watch has it all, the altimeter is really great once you get to calibrate it. The Barometer I'm still trying to figure it out, and the compass comes handy for sure. So, I've read the manual several times, and as I just said, still trying to figure out some of the functions. I live at some place that Radio Signal is not supported, so I had to set the watch manually, also the timezone, which where I live is not supported either, and I think the Tide Graph is not going to work well. I've tested the Moon Data (moon age of the specific date and moon phase graph) and it is accurate even though I chose a different City and set it up manually.I recommend you to investigate a little bit more if where you live is supported for radio signal calibration, cause its dumb to buy the watch if it doesnt.I've used the watch for swimming, also had the chance to swim under sea water... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 29, 2012
    List Price: $300.00


  • Casio

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

    Watch (Casio)

    Rating (181 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    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

    Amazingly functional

    0 5/5 Amazon Customer (pennsylvania) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) I've owned several Casio pathfinder watches but this one is easily the most functional. Although not particularly luminescent, there is a light button which illuminates the watch face well. I also Like the analog functions for time, altitude, barometric pressure and compas. I am somewhat visually challenged so I appreciate the analog readings. The only shortfall that I see is that the digital window for the stopwatch and alarm functions is not lit but that is of little consequence. Although I've only owned the watch for a week, I am most satisfied and recommend it highly. Solar powere and atomic timekeeping should keep it accurate for many years. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 15, 2013
    List Price: $300.00
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    Tough Solar Power; Digital Compass (second hand acts as compass needle); Altimeter; Altimeter Memory; Barometer; Thermometer; 100M Water Resistant; Low Temperature Resistant (-10 C / 14 F); Full Auto LED Light with Afterglow; Neo-brite Luminous Hands and Markers; World Time; 29 times zones (29 cities + UTC); city code display; daylight saving on/off; 5 Daily Alarms; Hourly Time Signal; 1/100 second stopwatch
    Countdown Timer; Full Auto Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099); 12/24 Hour Formats; Button operation tone on/off; Battery Power Indicator; Power Saving Function; Storage Battery: Solar Rechargeable Battery; Approx. battery life: 6 months on full charge (without further exposure to light); Module 5213


  • CASIO

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

    Watch (CASIO)

    Rating (19 reviews):
    (4.3/5)
    CASIO

    style with function

    This new Triple Sensor with its Version 3 sensors is much better and quicker than the older sensors. I own four triple sensors and I liked them just fine. This new PRW-6000 is light weight and sits low on the wrist. It is superbly accurate in time keeping and the sensors are pretty good. If you were going to get lost somewhere and had this watch I don't think you would be lost. It looks nice but its tough too and worry free with its Atomic time keeping signal and weather info. The hands line up perfectly with the time marks and it is a joy to see that in a product. I own a few watches which are a little on the expensive side and they don't match up in that area as well as this Casio. The negative display in this model is one of the best I have seen and own. The green accents are understated but a nice touch. The hand illumination could be better in the dark but its good enough for my uses and its got an adjustable back light anyway so no problem. Yes they are expensive but what... 5/5 Monty Jose - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: CASIO PROTREK triple sensor Ver.3 PRW-6000Y-1AJF (Watch) This new Triple Sensor with its Version 3 sensors is much better and quicker than the older sensors. I own four triple sensors and I liked them just fine. This new PRW-6000 is light weight and sits low on the wrist. It is superbly accurate in time keeping and the sensors are pretty good. If you were going to get lost somewhere and had this watch I don't think you would be lost. It looks nice but its tough too and worry free with its Atomic time keeping signal and weather info. The hands line up perfectly with the time marks and it is a joy to see that in a product. I own a few watches which are a little on the expensive side and they don't match up in that area as well as this Casio. The negative display in this model is one of the best I have seen and own. The green accents are understated but a nice touch. The hand illumination could be better in the dark but its good enough for my uses and its got an adjustable back light anyway so no problem. Yes they are expensive but what... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 2, 2014

    Love my PRW-6000y

    0 5/5 James O. Wesson,Jr - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: CASIO PROTREK triple sensor Ver.3 PRW-6000Y-1AJF (Watch) This is the neatest watch that I have ever owned. It functions as advertised. Although I am in NC the watch will set itself if it can be near a window. It resets by atomic time every night in the window beside my bed. Before the watch arrived I downloaded the instructions so that I would be up to speed on it. This was a good idea. It made watch operation very easy right out of the box.The watch is stylish and light. It fits nicely under a sleeve of a dress shirt. I plan to buy more Casio in the future. I had a GShock a few years ago. I would recommend this watch to anyone who wants a high end timepiece 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 9, 2014

    Fun watch! Get your manual in English as follows:

    0 5/5 Neuroblade - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: CASIO PROTREK triple sensor Ver.3 PRW-6000Y-1AJF (Watch) So don't be shocked when delivery date is a month away. I got mine in a week. (Similar experiences are noted in other reviews.) Directions come in Japanese! Here are the links for downloadable or PDF Manual in English:[...] Click on WATCHES link. This will take you to a legal agreement page. (I guess so if your late to a meeting, Casio is not responsible!) This takes you to a search link. Your model number is on the back of the watch, but is probably 5365. E35 will show you how to set your CITY...this takes.... magnifying glasses!I like analog watches, so this is great. Compass very accurate. Altitude is +- 100 ft best I can tell. Light is adequate for night time. The phosphorus hands/numbers are fair. Overall this is a great watch. Next time I would just get the $200 models, unless this is your dream watch. This new model is very light, and very good looking. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , May 4, 2014
    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.
    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


  • Cannon Gate Pub Inc

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

    Watch (Cannon Gate Pub Inc)
    List Price: $300.00

    1/100 second stopwatch, Countdown Timer, Reset time: 1 to 5 minutes (1-minute increments), Others: Time-up alarm, progress beeper, Battery level indicator, Power saving function, Full auto-calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099), 12/24 hour formats, Button operation tone on/off, Storage Battery: Solar rechargeable battery, Approx. battery life: 5 months on full charge (without further exposure to light), 23 months on full charge with Power Saving Function (without further exposure to light), Module: 3258
    Tough Solar Power, Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping, 200M Water Resistant, Duplex LC Display, Tide Graph (tide level for specific date and time), Moon Data (moon age of the specific date and moon phase graph), Digital Compass, Bearing memory, Altimeter, Altimeter Manual memory measurements, Barometer, Thermometer, Full Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow, 5 Independent Daily alarms, Hourly time signal, World Time, 31 times zones (48 cities + UTC), city code display, daylight saving on/off


  • Suunto

    Suunto Core Altimeter Watch Lava Red, One Size

    Sports (Suunto)

    Rating (952 reviews):
    (4.2/5)
    Suunto

    Nice show-off watch, yet very functional - Black/Yellow - Please Rate!

    Have had this watch a little over a week, and decided to write an review for it.Just a brief comparison between two top-notch ABC watches: - the Core, and the Casio Pathfinder PAW-1500 Titanium, which I purchase a little over three weeks ago as well. I would say, the cosmetic design, the wealth of functions, the ABC accuracy, and the graphical display of the Core, is better than the Pathfinder. However, the built material, the readability, and the push button feel, is not as good as the Pathfinder.The display is in reverse format, meaning the background is in black, and the alpha-numeric letters are in silver-white. Adjusting the contrast in the Suunto hidden menu does help, but of course, still not as clear as the normal black letter on white background. No fault of Suunto, but just the way the design is. The buttons are responsive and easy to press. To navigate through the menus, the "Mode" button and the "View" button have to be pushed in different... 4/5 jcgoobee "jcgoobee" (Santa Clara) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Suunto Core Wrist-Top Computer Watch with Altimeter, Barometer, Compass, and Depth Measurement (Sports) Have had this watch a little over a week, and decided to write an review for it.Just a brief comparison between two top-notch ABC watches: - the Core, and the Casio Pathfinder PAW-1500 Titanium, which I purchase a little over three weeks ago as well. I would say, the cosmetic design, the wealth of functions, the ABC accuracy, and the graphical display of the Core, is better than the Pathfinder. However, the built material, the readability, and the push button feel, is not as good as the Pathfinder.The display is in reverse format, meaning the background is in black, and the alpha-numeric letters are in silver-white. Adjusting the contrast in the Suunto hidden menu does help, but of course, still not as clear as the normal black letter on white background. No fault of Suunto, but just the way the design is. The buttons are responsive and easy to press. To navigate through the menus, the "Mode" button and the "View" button have to be pushed in different... Read more, October 9, 2009

    three years of problems

    0 3/5 Braden R. Pryor - See all my reviews This review is from: Suunto Core Wrist-Top Computer Watch with Altimeter, Barometer, Compass, and Depth Measurement (Sports) I have had my Suunto core for apx three years and worn it exclusively (also while I was in Iraq) so I feel like this review is more worth reading then someone who's had it a week. I'll start with the positive aspects. The watch head is very durable and all the features work as advertised. Now for the negative; the material the band is made of is very fragile it seems to dry rot and crack. I've had to replace the band every year so far which doesn't seem very bad but they cost 50$ a pop. The battery life is aweful and I don't even use the altitude, barometer, depth, and compass regularly. I change the battery at least 3 times a year. The customer service is awful the first time the band broke Suunto wouldn't replace it even though it was under warranty. I would not recommend it. 0, October 6, 2014

    Superb field watch!

    I was on a course a few weeks ago, and some of the instructors were wearing Cores. They loved it, but said that using the compass a lot drained battery. Also that you need to regularly calibrate height and compass. (To be fair, that's what the manual says too, and it's a simple operation.)Normally I wear an IWC, which is lovely, but not really something you want to be throwing yourself around in- I was considering saving up for an Omega, but logically it didn't make much sense. I've had my Core for a week and so far it's really excellent. It doesn't take too long to work out the operation either.Apart from the Suunto diving watches, the Core appears to be the one which can put up with serious "wet" use, (i.e. snorkelling) and you couldn't find a better watch for Expeds and adventure training. The storm alarm works- actually works; it's not a gimmick!Despite the size (much bigger than my IWC Spitfire), you don't notice you're wearing it, even though... 5/5 Skew - See all my reviews This review is from: Suunto Core Wrist-Top Computer Watch with Altimeter, Barometer, Compass, and Depth Measurement (Sports) I was on a course a few weeks ago, and some of the instructors were wearing Cores. They loved it, but said that using the compass a lot drained battery. Also that you need to regularly calibrate height and compass. (To be fair, that's what the manual says too, and it's a simple operation.)Normally I wear an IWC, which is lovely, but not really something you want to be throwing yourself around in- I was considering saving up for an Omega, but logically it didn't make much sense. I've had my Core for a week and so far it's really excellent. It doesn't take too long to work out the operation either.Apart from the Suunto diving watches, the Core appears to be the one which can put up with serious "wet" use, (i.e. snorkelling) and you couldn't find a better watch for Expeds and adventure training. The storm alarm works- actually works; it's not a gimmick!Despite the size (much bigger than my IWC Spitfire), you don't notice you're wearing it, even though... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , November 25, 2011
    List Price: $299.00
    Price: $137.05
    You Save: $161.95 (54%)
    Barometer: yes
    Digital Compass: yes
    Chronograph: yes
    Altimeter: yes, usable to 29,500ft (9000m)
    Alarm Type: date, time


  • Casio

    Casio Watch Protrek Triple Sensor Tough Solar 2-tier Lcd Model Prg-240-1 Men's Watch

    Watch (Casio)
    List Price: $600.00
    Price: $183.55
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  • Cannon Gate Pub Inc

    Casio Men's PRW-2500T-7CR Pro Trek Tough Solar Digital Sport Watch

    Watch (Cannon Gate Pub Inc)

    Rating (419 reviews):
    (4.6/5)
    Cannon Gate Pub Inc

    Very Satisfied but Caveat about Tide Function

    I am very satisfied with PRW2500T-7CR after looking at a multitude of other watches. First of all, I was looking for a watch that could be used for sailing (both cruising and racing)on my 27' x 19' trimaran. I needed a watch that was stylish enough for everyday use that had the following features:Required Features- Compass for checking heading when away from the cockpit- Barometer with history function for weather monitoring- Tide prediction for navigation- Race sequence countdown timer- Must be waterproofBonus Features- Solar powered- Atomic clock synchronization- Moon phase prediction- Altimeter for when I go hiking on the ATAt night, it has a function that automatically turns the back light when you look at the watch without having to push anything. The PRW2500T-7CR met all of my needs at a reasonable price.You will need to get the watch sized as it ships with all the titanium... 5/5 Cramsey (Knoxville, Tennessee) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRW-2500T-7CR Pro Trek Tough Solar Digital Sport Watch (Watch) I am very satisfied with PRW2500T-7CR after looking at a multitude of other watches. First of all, I was looking for a watch that could be used for sailing (both cruising and racing)on my 27' x 19' trimaran. I needed a watch that was stylish enough for everyday use that had the following features:Required Features- Compass for checking heading when away from the cockpit- Barometer with history function for weather monitoring- Tide prediction for navigation- Race sequence countdown timer- Must be waterproofBonus Features- Solar powered- Atomic clock synchronization- Moon phase prediction- Altimeter for when I go hiking on the ATAt night, it has a function that automatically turns the back light when you look at the watch without having to push anything. The PRW2500T-7CR met all of my needs at a reasonable price.You will need to get the watch sized as it ships with all the titanium... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , June 17, 2012

    One of Casio's best

    Over the years I have owned a number of Casio watches, and all did everything they were advertised to do. This one disappointed me at first, and I almost returned it. Then I read the instruction manual, and discovered that the atomic signal reception works best at night! I had always taken this feature of atomic watches for granted. I assumed that one could do a manual time calibration anytime. Not so. After making this discovery, I tried to do daytime syncs with a number of atomic watches, and they all struggle to connect with Fort Collins until after dark. Once I understood how this technology works, I found that this Casio too does exactly what it is supposed to do.This is a large but sturdy watch. It isn't for a small person, but it isn't so bulky that it is unsuitable for most men. I own an older PAW 1500 7T, which is very similar in features and size. I honestly don't see a host of improvements over the older PAW 1500, other than the dual display--which adds a little... 5/5 11th Tee - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRW-2500T-7CR Pro Trek Tough Solar Digital Sport Watch (Watch) Over the years I have owned a number of Casio watches, and all did everything they were advertised to do. This one disappointed me at first, and I almost returned it. Then I read the instruction manual, and discovered that the atomic signal reception works best at night! I had always taken this feature of atomic watches for granted. I assumed that one could do a manual time calibration anytime. Not so. After making this discovery, I tried to do daytime syncs with a number of atomic watches, and they all struggle to connect with Fort Collins until after dark. Once I understood how this technology works, I found that this Casio too does exactly what it is supposed to do.This is a large but sturdy watch. It isn't for a small person, but it isn't so bulky that it is unsuitable for most men. I own an older PAW 1500 7T, which is very similar in features and size. I honestly don't see a host of improvements over the older PAW 1500, other than the dual display--which adds a little... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 10, 2011

    Great product, biggest gripe incorrect amazon listing.

    Firstly, my main reason for buying this 2500T is to replace my PAW1200T that I have owned and used everyday for the past 4 years. I broke the sensor cover on that and also ended up cracking the case. So, I wanted to replace it with similar/better featured casio. I try to be direct with review/feed back here and if it seems like a bit "meh" then sorry.Anyway, FWIW, I will not try to restate all the features which have be listed. This is something to expect from a top of the line casio watch. Having said that, some important notes/improvements.Pros:1) Display is much nicer/crisper, with lots more information including full date on almost all the menus and sub menus2) Crystal is nicely set so as to not accidentally damage it due to impact.3) The plastic "winglets" at the bottom make the watch very comfortable to wear. Although this can be a con after these are worn out and can't find replacements.4) The link between the band is solid titanium, unlike... 3/5 Shyam "S" (TX, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PRW-2500T-7CR Pro Trek Tough Solar Digital Sport Watch (Watch) Firstly, my main reason for buying this 2500T is to replace my PAW1200T that I have owned and used everyday for the past 4 years. I broke the sensor cover on that and also ended up cracking the case. So, I wanted to replace it with similar/better featured casio. I try to be direct with review/feed back here and if it seems like a bit "meh" then sorry.Anyway, FWIW, I will not try to restate all the features which have be listed. This is something to expect from a top of the line casio watch. Having said that, some important notes/improvements.Pros:1) Display is much nicer/crisper, with lots more information including full date on almost all the menus and sub menus2) Crystal is nicely set so as to not accidentally damage it due to impact.3) The plastic "winglets" at the bottom make the watch very comfortable to wear. Although this can be a con after these are worn out and can't find replacements.4) The link between the band is solid titanium, unlike... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 8, 2012
    List Price: $400.00
    Tough Solar Power, Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping, 200M Water Resistant, Duplex LC Display, Tide Graph (tide level for specific date and time), Moon Data (moon age of the specific date and moon phase graph), Digital Compass, Altimeter, Altimeter Memeory, Barometer, Thermometer
    Full Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow, 5 Independent Daily alarms, Hourly time signal, World Time, 1/100 second stopwatch, Countdown Timer, Battery level indicator, Power saving function, Full auto-calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099), 12/24 hour formats, Button operation tone on/off, Storage Battery: Solar rechargeable battery, Approx. battery life: 5 months on full charge (without further exposure to light), 23 months on full charge with Power Saving Function (without further exposure to light), Module: 3258


  • Casio

    Casio Men's PAG240T-7CR Pathfinder Triple-Sensor Stainless Steel Watch with Titanium Bracelet

    Watch (Casio)

    Rating (336 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 Stainless Steel Watch with Titanium Bracelet (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 Stainless Steel Watch with Titanium Bracelet (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

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

    "Casio Men's PAG40-3COS Pathfinder Triple Sensor Watch"The Swiss Army tool of watches. Every watch should have the features this watch has. Even with a large 50 mm case this is a light weight watch. It is so light weight, I barely know it's on my wrist. All the sensors have their own large dedicated buttons. I find the barometer/thermometer feature very convenient. I never have to wonder or check the weather, I always know what temperature it is at the simple push of a button. And it can predict what the weather will be! The other feature that, I also find convenient to have is the compass. At the simple touch of a button you know which direction your going. This watch at first may make some seem a little timid. A few minutes with the instruction booklet (if you need it) and you will have all your sensors calibrated or to your liking. I prefer Fahrenheit when it comes to temperature settings and not Celsius. This watch will come with the Celsius setting from the factory. I... 5/5 unscspc - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Casio Men's PAG240T-7CR Pathfinder Triple-Sensor Stainless Steel Watch with Titanium Bracelet (Watch) "Casio Men's PAG40-3COS Pathfinder Triple Sensor Watch"The Swiss Army tool of watches. Every watch should have the features this watch has. Even with a large 50 mm case this is a light weight watch. It is so light weight, I barely know it's on my wrist. All the sensors have their own large dedicated buttons. I find the barometer/thermometer feature very convenient. I never have to wonder or check the weather, I always know what temperature it is at the simple push of a button. And it can predict what the weather will be! The other feature that, I also find convenient to have is the compass. At the simple touch of a button you know which direction your going. This watch at first may make some seem a little timid. A few minutes with the instruction booklet (if you need it) and you will have all your sensors calibrated or to your liking. I prefer Fahrenheit when it comes to temperature settings and not Celsius. This watch will come with the Celsius setting from the factory. I... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 6, 2010
    List Price: $300.00
    Quartz movement with digital display
    51 mm stainless steel case with mineral dial window
    Solar-power sport watch featuring triple sensor that provides altimeter, barometer, thermometer, and compass information
    Titanium bracelet with double-locking fold-over clasp
    Water resistant to 100 m (330 ft)
    Features low-temperature resistance, backlight with after-glow, world time (31 time zones, 48 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off, five daily alarms, hourly time signal, 1/100-second stopwatch, full auto calendar, countdown timer, 12/24-hour formats, battery power indicator, and power-saving function


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