A miracle of miniaturization for the intrepid traveler and explorer.
Casio has somehow managed to cram a roomful (or at least a backpack-full) of instruments vital to the success of your expedition into the remarkably slim, lightweight Pro Trek PAW1300T-7 Altimeter Watch. From trekking in the Alps to exploring Death Valley, this do-it-all watch keeps you informed as you explore the Earth's highs and lows.
- Altimeter features automatic memory and records up to 40 records with high/low/total altitude, date, and time so you can keep track of your ascents and descents
- Digital compass's 16 cardinal points, one-degree unit of measurement, and bearing memory keep you on course while its auto declination keeps your readings accurate no matter where you travel
- Thermometer displays temperatures between 14F and 140F and the barometer warns of approaching storms with its atmospheric pressure measurements and graphs
- Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping (in US, UK, Germany, Japan, and China) mean that the watch receives radio signals to ensure accurate time while traveling
- Rugged case is 200m water resistant and works down to 14F
- Full Auto EL backlight with afterglow illuminates the watch after dark
- Tough Solar Power, battery indicator, power saving function, and rechargeable battery means you don't have to worry about battery replacement
- A chronograph includes a countdown timer and stopwatch that records to the 1/100th of a second
- Also functions as a regular watch with 5 alarms, pre-programmed calendar, and standard and military time settings, and 29 time zones to keep you informed when you're traveling
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
Got this watch a few weeks ago. So far so good and i love it. Bigger than my old timex ironman triathlon, but the size is quite fair for all the feature and i got used to it pretty fast. I'm impress with the atomic time; even if i live a little bit outside the supposed emettor range, it sync almost all night and i don't need to take it off like casio recommend.
Altimeter and thermometer have big limitation (same as any protrek by the way) to my taste (hence the 4 stars rating), but since these are not features i'll use much, I can live with it. If these feature are very important(ease of use, accuracy, range) for you, look if you can find better first. Otherwise, great watch.
Great watch, poor band design
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought this watch 6 years ago and love it. It's multi-functional, light-weight and rugged. The only issue is the band design. You cannot sell a watch of this quality with a watchband that hinges on a few pins. The newer models have gone titanium and that's great, but this model still has a simple multi-pin watchband. If those pins give way--easy to do when you are using a watch like this as you should be--you better have a quick eye or you'll be watchless...