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Casio Men's PAG240-8 Pathfinder Triple Sensor Tough Solar Digital Watch


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  • With its accurate quartz movement, low temperature resistance and auto EL backlight, you can blaze some serious trails, no matter where or when.
  • Pathfinder tough solar power multi-function sport watch
  • Triple sensor
  • Altimeter, barometer and thermometer
  • Compass
  • 1/100th second stopwatch
  • 5 alarms
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Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Casio
Model number PAG240-8
Part Number PAG240-8
Model Year 2013
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Digital
Clasp Buckle
Case material Resin
Case diameter 50 millimeters
Case Thickness 15 millimeters
Band Material Resin
Band length Men's Standard
Band width 25 millimeters
Band Color Black
Dial color Orange
Bezel material Resin
Bezel function Stationary
Calendar Day and date
Special features altimeter
Movement Japanese-Quartz
Water resistant depth 330 Feet
Warranty type Contact seller of record

Product Description

Constantly evolving and improving the Pathfinder lineup, Casio introduces the PAG240, a welcome upgrade to the legendary PAG40. The new PAG240 has all the same great Triple Sensor functionality you've come to love in its predecessor, but now it's equipped with Self-Charging, Tough Solar Power, employs more functional exterior case design, has a host of additional features. Watch gives world time in 48 cities and is water resistant to 330' (100 meters). Other features include a full auto EL backlight, 5 alarms, 1/100th second stopwatch, countdown timer; altimeter/barometer/thermometer and compass. Black resin case and strap with buckle closure.

Constantly evolving and improving the Pathfinder lineup, Casio introduces the PAG240, a welcome upgrade to the legendary PAG40. The new PAG240 has all the same great Triple Sensor functionality you've come to love in its predecessor, but now it's equipped with Self-Charging, Tough Solar Power, employs more functional exterior case design, has a host of additional features. Watch gives world time in 48 cities and is water resistant to 330' (100 meters). Other features include a full auto EL backlight, 5 alarms, 1/100th second stopwatch, countdown timer; altimeter/barometer/thermometer and compass. Black resin case and strap with buckle closure.

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  • ASIN: B004NCJAHK
  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.4 x 3.9 inches; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: PAG240-8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,890 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    Altitude/barometer/compass works great!
    Brady
    Even working nights with minimal solar exposure, it stays fully charged.
    MDS
    Hard to read in some light, but you get used to it after a short time.
    Paul

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Mr E on February 10, 2012
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    **1 YR UPDATE**
    Buy the darn watch! Seriously, I'd give it 6 stars if I could. I am pretty hard on this watch, taking it through mountains, snow, rain, and close quarters. I'm constantly hitting the glass on corners of metal tables and everything else I run into (literally, I'm clumsy). I use this watch to tell me how close I am to the top of mountains I'm driving over, or whether those rain clouds are coming at me or not. I use this watch daily and love it. I would not think twice about this watch.

    Throw out that craptastic rubber band though and get yourself a zulu band

    **6 MO UPDATE**

    Six months has gone by and I've been tough on this watch. I've left it in the window all day and came back to a piping hot watch. I've taken it to the desert. I live in the Oregon valley and just went through our tropical winter/spring with it. I'm constantly dinging the glass on corners of things and smashing the face of the watch against whatever I so fall into (I'm clumsy). The watch looks new, save for one mark where I dropped it three floors onto concrete; that fall raised a spot on the side it hit. You can barely notice. This watch will last the rest of my life I assume.

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    So I'll go ahead and admit that it took me almost two days to get the whole watch figured out, there is a 100+ page instruction manual to absorb. But the payoff is saweet! You will need to calibrate everything, bear that in mind. The temp, baro, alt, comp decl, time, world time, date, auto light, etc.. all have calibration/adjustments that should be made. Sounds daunting? It's not, if you read the manual.

    The temp sensor is MAX{+/- 0.6}C at all times; I've verified it a dozen times in my laboratory. The baro is MAX{+/- 0.
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    27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By nevadaliving on December 19, 2011
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    I've been eyeing this watch for quite sometime, and just couldn't justify the 200 dollar price, but low and behold amazon dropped the price to 149.99 and I had to pull the trigger on this one. First off I already owned a Suunto Core all black model and that watch is very accurate with it's readings; HOWEVER, that accuracy comes at a price. The Suunto (although pretty)is just not a tough field watch, has weak water resistance of claimed 30 meters, and it eats batteries (10-12 months with heavy use). Honestly a tough field watch that doesn't need batteries, 100 meter water resistance, and gives almost as accurate readings as the Suunto and costs 100 bucks less! Hell yes, a no-brainer decision here folks. Plus, the watch is freakishly cool looking (IMHO much better than the Suunto, but that's a matter of personal taste). The double crystal and orange background color does make the display seem washed out, but this is only at certain angles (in bright to normal lighting I notice no issues, and I set the auto-light to on to assist with low lighting situations). Honestly I don't even consider this to be an issue (the Suunto core all black is waaayyyyy worse to read-trust me!). If you are even thinking about an ABC watch, you can't beat this one for the money.....JUST BUY IT ALREADY!!!!
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    20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Bateman on February 3, 2012
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    On the basis of other positive reviews for this watch, I was under the impression that the 'washout' of the watch display is barely an issue. That is not the case at all - in most situations indoors, day or night, it is not possible to see the time unless you get the angle of the watch correct. It is far from effortless to simply look at the time - you need to position the watch at the correct angle to see it clearly, or use the light. The auto -light does work, but you need to hold the watch at a certain angle for it to activate. To help clarify what the display looks like indoors, imagine a watch that has a low battery - it is like that. Faded and only visible at certain angles. I am disappointed that other positive reviews suggested that you should buy this watch - the most basic requirement (to see the time) is barely met. It does have all the bells and whistles that make it useful and appealing. However, you can't read the display in the rain, indoors, or in the shower for example.

    It is a nice looking watch, with great features, but don't convince yourself that the washed out display is not going to bother you. Everytime you look at the watch, and reposition it at a funny angle, you may question whether the $150 could have been better spent. I certainly am. As another example, if you wish to make use of the compass feature, and it is raining, you will constantly have to press the back light in order to see the reading.

    I haven't used this in bright outdoor sunlight yet so I am sure that it is very clear in those situations. But in every other setting, it is disappointing.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Greg on January 14, 2012
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    This is my first Pathfinder and I am impressed.
    I agree with other reviewers that indoors it can be hard to see the display.
    That does not take away from this watch.

    Likes:1)Very user friendly took me 20 min to set it up.Manual was easy to read and understand.
    I also liked the color and the backlight is not overly bright as to blind you at night.
    2)Solar powered, no worries about a battery going dead at the wrong time.

    3)Buttons are large and one can operate them with gloves on.

    4)Compass is pretty accurate,I would not use it to call for artillery but if you are lost and without a lensatic compass this will get you going in the right direction.One can also adjust the compass if they believe it is off.It is important to have it level with the horizon.

    5)Altimeter is accurate I live in the mountains and it was dead on.

    6)Barometer is fairly accurate also.
    Note:Barometer and Altimeter can be set for Metric if one desires.

    Dislikes:Temp can take a while to adjust if one goes outdoors.It took 30 mins to adjust from 70 degrees F to 25 deg f.When I went outside in the cold.
    The compass stays on for a short time then reverts to time mode.

    Overall:For me I'm very satisfied with this watch it is light weight easy to operate and rugged enough for hard use.I was debating between this watch or a Suunto Core I'm happy with my choice and have no regrets.
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