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


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  • 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.
  • Triple sensor (altimeter/barometer/thermometer/compass)
  • Full auto EL backlight
  • World time (48 cities)
  • Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving


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Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Casio
Model number PAG240-1CR
Part Number PAG240-1CR
Model Year 2011
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Digital
Clasp Buckle
Metal stamp None
Case material Resin
Case diameter 5.1 centimeters
Case Thickness 15
Band Material Resin
Band length Men's Standard
Band width 18 millimeters
Band Color Black
Dial color Grey
Bezel material Resin
Bezel function Bidirectional
Calendar Day, date, month, and year
Special features alarm-feature, altimeter-feature, Compass, Stop watch, Water Resistant
Movement Quartz
Water pressure resistance 200 bar
Water resistant depth 330 Feet
Warranty type Contact seller of record

Product Description

Never leave home without the stylish functionality of the Men's Pathfinder Triple Sensor Multi-Function Sport Watch from Casio. This tough, solar-powered timepiece can sense the altitude, the moisture in the air, the temperature and it has a compass. But the functionality doesn't stop there. It has five alarms, a stopwatch, and a countdown timer. It offers water resistance up to 330 feet (100 meters) for those hitting the pool and a full backlight with afterglow, which is great for anyone out night hiking. If you are out on the trails, you can be sure this watch will stay on your wrist thanks to its black resin band and buckle clasp.

Casio

With the launch of its first watch in November 1974, Casio entered the wristwatch market at a time when the watch industry had just discovered digital technology. As a company with cutting-edge electronic technology developed for pocket calculators, Casio entered this field confident that it could develop timepieces that would lead the market.

Today, Casio is focusing its efforts on solar-powered radio-controlled watches: the built-in solar battery eliminates the nuisance of replacing batteries, atomic timekeeping means the users never have to reset the time. Recently, Casio launched a series of Bluetooth watches that sync to the users cell phone to automatically update the time. Casio is always moving time forward.

  • ASIN: B003URP7NK
  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.3 x 3.8 inches; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Japan
  • Item model number: PAG240-1CR
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #566 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    Love the compass, barometer, and altimeter functions.
    sgtsteve
    The altimeter, temperature, barometer, compass, stop watch, count time timer, alarm, sunrise and sunset times and alternate time zone features are AWESOME.
    San Clemente Michael
    This is a good looking watch and is very light weight and comfortable.
    Dukie

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    182 of 185 people found the following review helpful By Arthas on January 25, 2011
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    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 will only activate between 10PM-6AM. Simply tilting the watch a bit will wake it up.
    -The timer can be set for hours/minutes (not seconds). The timer can count down from 24 hours.
    -The sunrise/sunset mode makes good use of the overlay LCD slices.
    -The compass can be adjusted for magnetic declination (1°resolution) and calibrated with bidirectional and northerly. It can also store an angle in memory.
    -The display is crisp when viewed full on. It becomes hard to read at extreme angles.
    -The rotating bezel rotates very fluidly. It's secured tightly to the face and won't slip once you set it.
    -The alarm is soft, but uses a high pitched frequency (sorta like a smoke detector). I had no trouble hearing it wearing headphones playing music.
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    176 of 183 people found the following review helpful By D. Schmidt on December 10, 2010
    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 issues.

    Compass - 4.5/5 Using my informal test, the compass seemed to be more or less accurate. Would probably get you out of a sticky situation if needed.

    Altimeter - 2/5 Out of the box this stated I was about 420 ft above sea level, I am in fact only about 30. I told it my correct altitude as per the manual yesterday, today after coming home from work I checked it again and it now states that I am about 120 feet above sea level, sitting on the same couch. I'll try setting my own value again and see what happens. I guess as long as it's accurate within a hundred feet or so that's not bad for being on a watch. Shirely I wouldn't start landing a 747 off of its advice, but not bad.
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    45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Andy H on January 13, 2011
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    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.
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    27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Xerxes on February 22, 2011
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    I must say I'm pleasantly surprised by this watch. I've been put off other ABC watches due to their weight and inelegant bulk on the wrist; this is the first watch I'd be happy to wear on a daily basis. Personally I'm not sure about the styling of the two yellow buttons on the front of the case, but that's up to you. As you'd expect from a Casio, the build quality is fine - you're not wearing an expensive Swiss timepiece, but a brand which nevertheless seems to have bourne the brunt of time well.

    All the basic functions work well, accurately and are reasonably intuitive to use. The ABC functions were the greatest surprise. One of the other reviewers said he wouldn't land a 747 with this watch. Well I fly 777s for a living and not that you'd be advised to (and of course allowing for a few other variables, not least an unpressurised cabin, etc,) this watch is just about accurate enough to let you do it. I've worn it all over the world in the few months I've had it in all sorts of wildly different temperatures and conditions, and its altimetry is superb, especially as it's in no way supposed to be a precision instrument. Not just close enough, but absolutely dead on - perhaps I've got a freak example, I still can't accept how accurate it seems to be - so far.

    The sunrise/sunset feature works well, I like the ability to show two time zones simultaneously - in fact there's not much I dislike. I supposed I'd have liked the stopwatch to be capable of more than 24 hours, and the alarms (there are five) could be louder - they're not quiet, but easy to miss in a noisy environment. It's unobtrusive enough for daily use, and I've given it a good hammering windsurfing with no problems to date. The price seems good on Amazon: I strongly recommend this product.
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