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Casio Pro Trek PAW1300T-7 Altimeter Watch

by Casio

List Price: $350.00
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Titanium/Titanium
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  • Quartz movement
  • 24 hr. countdown timer, 1/100 Sec. stopwatch, five daily alarms; bearing memory
  • World Time (30 Cities), Digital Compass with 16 points of measurement, Altimeter, Barometer
  • Tough Solar Power; auto EL backlight; high-low altitude memory; cumulative ascent-descent memory; relative altitude display
  • Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)
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    Product Description

    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.

    Product Details

    • Product Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 3 inches ; 6.4 ounces
    • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
    • ASIN: B00IYPS4GU
    • Item model number: Casio
    • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
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    The watch is very handsome and has a great feel.
    L. Shoff
    I've been buying Casio Pathfinder watches for quite a while and this generation is the best so far.
    RH
    It's compass, altimeter, barometer/temp, and atomic time features are awesome.
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    138 of 141 people found the following review helpful By M. Hughes on September 7, 2008
    Color Name: Titanium/TitaniumSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    I have admired the Casio altimeter/barometer/compass pathfinders for several years. But I never cared for the huge size.

    I wanted their functions in a smaller, lighter watch. When Casio introduced the PAW1300T-7V, I decided I would try it as a replacement for my aging Luminox Navy Seal watch. I needed a watch that was fairly light and easily readable in the dark. The Luminox had fit that bill perfectly with the Tritum capsules on the hands at at the hour marks. But over time those capsules loose their luminosity. Also batteries have to be replaced. The prospect of a solar powered, rechargable watch that automatically corrected itself with the Atomic Clock signal was an added benefit.

    I fly for an EMS helicopter service for a living. Half of my shifts are night shifts. This watch works very well for quick time checks with its auto-illumination feature. I have found if I calibrate the altimeter and barometer with local conditions that the altimeter function is very accurate, usually within 20-40 feet of the calibrated altimeters in my helicopter. I frequently check the watch against the altimeters when we are flying. Dual time zones means I can leave the secondary time zone on UTC for filing filght plans. The temperature function is not of any real value to me as it is greatly affected by body proximity. But it is accurate if the watch is removed from the body for about 30 minutes. The alarms work well but the alarm tones are too soft for my ears after flying turbine engined aircraft for almost 40 years.

    So, a quick recap: Automatic self-correcting time snychronization, Solar powered/recharged, Excellent automatic self-illumiation, Accurate altimeter and compass functions when calibrated for local conditions.
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    54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By S. Jordan on April 8, 2009
    Color Name: Titanium/TitaniumSize Name: One Size
    I've got a bit of a watch fetish but tend to be loyal to one watch that I wear into the ground over years. My beloved Seiko was ruined after two decades of dependable service by an inept repairman, so I've been looking for a new everyday companion. Requirements: rugged, reliable, feature-rich, yet good-looking enough for everything ranging from outdoors activities to formal business meetings. Illumination. Dual-time capability, ideally with city-code time-zone selection. And gadgets... I love gadgets in my watch.

    After a lot of semi-obsessive research including lurking here, I found what I was looking for in the titanium PAW1300T-7V. Previously I'd been attracted by the features and technology of Casio Pathfinders, Suuntos, etc, but put off by their bulk, clunky plastic looks, and the difficulty of getting replacement bands as needed after a few years' wear. Plus, most service technicians won't warrant the water resistance of a watch after a battery replacement, so a solar-powered movement was attractive.

    The PAW1300 series is considerably slimmer than previous ABC (Altimeter-Barometer-Compass) Pathfinders and others such as Suunto, with no loss of functionality, thanks to clever design, and the titanium model's solid metal band should last pretty much forever. The watch's compass display is a good example of how Casio has managed the downsizing trick: the dual, overlaid LCDs that provide a cool but bulky compass solution in other Pathfinders is replaced in the PAW1300s with a radial tick-mark in the main LCD. Same functionality, half the thickness.

    Observations:

    o In my West Coast house, the atomic time update works every night even though I tend to wear the watch to bed.
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    58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By C. Jackson on August 21, 2008
    Color Name: Titanium/TitaniumSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    Just received my watch today and wanted to contribute to the reviews that helped make my decision. Bracelet is plenty large for all wrist sizes. I had to stop by a jeweler and have 3 links taken out. It fits perfectly now. Immediate impression is this is a very good looking watch. I am a little dissapointed with the barometer thus far. The manual implies that there should never be a need to calibrate the barometer but if one arises, luckily they gave instructions to do so. Mine read 29.75"Hg out of the box. As a pilot i checked this with my local airport's recorded weather briefing (only minutes old) and NOAA web site's reported pressure, both were 29.93. I went ahead and calibrated mine to 29.95 (only shows .05 "Hg units) and it has been changing well with the reported pressure changes the rest of the afternoon. Altitude works well so far. I am upgrading from a Highgear Summit that showed altitude in 1 foot increments while the pathfinder shows 20 foot increments which is obviously not as precise but to be fair, the Highgear fluctuated wildly. Compass seems adequate. I wouldn't use it if you had to navigate to a destination to the degree but for general reference it is fine. One thing i wanted to remind buyers is Amazon's excellent price guarantee. When i ordered this watch last week it was listed at $223.00. The day after it was shipped the price fell to $214.00. I contacted amazon and they promptly refunded the difference. You can read the details but it has to be within 30 days of purchase and must be an item sold by "Amazon", not another vendor. All in all, a good buy.
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