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Casio Men's PAW1300-1V "Pathfinder" Watch with Black Band

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  • Black and silver-tone digital watch with round dial, multi-function pushers, and texture on bezel and band
  • Japanese quartz movement with display
  • Protective mineral crystal dial window
  • Features multi-band 6 atomic timekeeping, tough solar power, power-saving function, 12 and 24 hour formats, 1/100 second stopwatch, 5 daily alarms, countdown timer, sunrise and sunset data, World time (48 cities), digital compass, altimeter, barometer and thermometer, and EL backlight
  • Water-resistant to 100 m (330 ft)

Warranty: 2-Year Warranty provided by Asurion, instead of the manufacturer.

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Casio
Model number PAW1300-1V
Part Number PAW1300-1V
Model Year 2011
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Digital
Clasp Buckle
Case material Resin
Case diameter 5.7 centimeters
Case Thickness 12
Band Material Resin
Band length Mens
Band width 21 millimeters
Band Color Black
Dial color Grey
Bezel material Resin
Bezel function Stationary
Calendar Day and date
Special features alarm-feature, Water Resistant, World time
Movement Quartz
Water resistant depth 330 Feet

Product Description

Featuring tough solar power, multi-band atomic timekeeping, and a digital compass, they don't call this watch the Pathfinder for nothing. This slim men's watch design from Casio features resin construction, including a 47.4-millimeter case and black band. The light green-gray dial has a digital time display and a day and date calendar. Powered by digital quartz, the Pathfinder is also water resistant to 330 feet.


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.

  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 4.1 x 3.5 inches; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: PAW1300-1V
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,280 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    Solar charging and atomic clock reception is a nice plus.
    W. Pan
    The barometer seems fairly accurate when compared to the local pressure reading from the nearby government weather station.
    John B.
    One of the best watches I've had next to the first generation pathfinders.
    greg b

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    144 of 148 people found the following review helpful By K. Helton on May 21, 2007
    Been very satisfied with this watch so far. I was really concerned about the size, but this slim pathfinder fits the bill. Most of the current pathfinder watches are behemoths that are oversized for my wrist. This one is large but not oversized, I wouldn't want to go any bigger myself. (56.9 x 47.4 x 11.5mm / 60g) Most of the other pathfinder are in the (62.3 x 52.2 x 14.2mm / 78g) range. So I get the same features but a little smaller footprint.


    The compass has been spot on with a handheld compass I checked it against.

    The altimeter calibrates by pressure and temp. So, it needs to be adjusted for current conditions before you start a trip. It's varied widely so far. Also changed the display to read in feet and not in meters. It goes in 20 foot intervals.

    The barometer stays a little below what weather sources say actual pressure is but I'm looking for trends in pressure not the actual pressure(at least I am). Rising as a trend improving weather, falling pressure as a trend deteriorating weather. Can also change the display for pressure from hPa to inHg.

    Had to manually set the thermometer and it's been in the ballpark with the real temp. Which once again was what I was after, not precise readings, so I am happy with it.

    There a few mountains in the area I'm in so I was a little concerned about the atomic time keeping. When I took it out of the box it hadn't updated in about two months. I wasn't able to manually update until later in the night, around 11 pm est. Every night since it's sync'd it's time automatically sometimes while even on my wrist. It tires at 12:00, 1:00 and 2:00.

    Really like the large display for the time. Very easy to see at a glance.

    world time feature: who cares?
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    61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Michi on November 15, 2008
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    I have a ton of Casio watches, including three old alti-barometer watches. When this series came out, I waited a while and then jumped on it. It has everything one could want. Well, it does everything it says it should, and very well. However, after about one year of use, I'm running into problems. I fly for a living, and this is the watch I take with me. I usually go to Europe five times a month and I wear this watch, when I'm home in the US this watch sits by a window to charge up and receive the atomic clock.
    Well, the watch makes it to Europe, but on the return, it usually dies on me. It goes from battery High indication to a dead screen with a flashing "C", meaning it went into power saver mode trying to recharge. At this point it loses all information - time, date, altimeter settings etc... The other day it started flashing an "R" and froze up. Haven't found that in the manual yet. But I'm giving up on it. A watch is no good if it can't reliably show the time, and this one doesn't do that.
    My guess is that the rechargeable battery is dead. The watch is out of warranty now, so I'm on my own with it. I found a place online that sells these rechargeable batteries, I guess I could give that a try. Still, disappointing, you would think a solar watch would work a whole lot longer than a regular battery.


    I bought a new rechargeable battery for nine dollars from a NY online store and changed it myself. The watch works perfectly now and hasn't dipped below a "High" charge since and that has been about a year. It has taken a lot of abuse in the last two years and still works great although the plastic on the sides is pretty scuffed. I changed the rating to a five star rating now since it works as it should.
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    43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By John B. on January 23, 2008
    I've been impressed with everything about this watch since receiving it. First off, the looks are great. It's a large watch, but the styling is nicely done and it looks decent on my average size wrist. I like that it is not bold or busy. It is fairly intuitive to adjust and access the many functions. The three major functions of the watch are easily accessed from the corresponding buttons on the right side.

    I particularly like that this is a solar powered watch, with a handy indicator at the bottom of the display showing the level of charge. It took a week or so of normal wear to fully charge the battery, but it has maintained it's full charge with only a minimal amount of direct sunlight daily. The owner's manual states that with normal use it needs only 5 minutes of sunlight daily to maintain the charge, and it has so far proven true.

    The compass function appears to be quite accurate, but I haven't used it very much so far. The compass will shut off after about 20 seconds, I assume to save battery power.

    For an accurate temperature reading the watch must be removed from the wrist. Your body heat will affect the reading significantly, but that is to be expected with this type of thermometer. Once removed from the wrist, it will take at least 15 minutes for the temperature to stabilize. I suppose that unless you have the watch sitting on your nightstand or you are in the middle of nowhere, there are probably quicker ways to find the actual temperature.

    The barometer seems fairly accurate when compared to the local pressure reading from the nearby government weather station. The trend graph is a nice touch.
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