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Casio Men's PAW2000T-7CR "Pathfinder" Digital Multi-Function Titanium Watch with Link Bracelet


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  • Titanium watch featuring day, date, and time digital dial with full auto-electroluminescent backlight and afterglow
  • Japanese quartz movement with digital display
  • Protective mineral crystal dial window
  • Features multi-band six atomic timekeeping, 12 and 24-hour formats, 1/100-second stopwatch, five daily alarms, countdown timer, sunrise and sunset data, world time, digital compass, altimeter, barometer, thermometer, and fold-over push-button clasp with safety closure on link bracelet
  • Water-resistant to 100 m (330 ft): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving

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Product Description

Based on the successful appeal of the PAW1300 Slim Design series, the Casio Men's Pathfinder Digital Multi-Function Titanium Bracelet Watch #PAW2000T-7CR comes with the same slim design, but now enhanced with a duplex LCD for greater visibility. Other high-tech features include multi-band atomic automatic time adjustment ( up to six times daily if you're in the US, UK, Germany, Japan, China), sunset and sunrise data, and Triple Sensor Solar technology, making this one of the most powerful tools for the outdoor adventurer. Other built-in outdoor tools include a digital compass that measures and displays direction as one of 16 points, a day and month calendar, an altimeter, and a backlit display with Afterglow technology. With a lightweight yet rugged titanium band with traditional buckle clasp and titanium bezel, this watch is water resistant to 330 feet (100 meters).

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: B002OSY3WW
  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 4.3 x 3.8 inches; 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Item model number: PAW2000T-7CR
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,093 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Product Specifications

    Watch Information
    Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Casio
    Model number PAW2000T-7CR
    Part Number PAW2000T-7CR
    Model Year 2009
    Item Shape Cushion
    Dial window material type Mineral
    Display Type Analog
    Clasp Fold-Over Push-Button Clasp with Safety
    Case material Titanium
    Case diameter 50 millimeters
    Case Thickness 5 millimeters
    Band Material Titanium
    Band length Mens
    Band width 11 millimeters
    Band Color Silver
    Dial color Digital-Gray
    Bezel material Titanium
    Bezel function Stationary
    Calendar Day, date, and month
    Special features alarm-feature^altimeter-feature^water-resistant
    Movement Japanese-Quartz
    Water resistant depth 330 Feet

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.4 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    131 of 135 people found the following review helpful By B. Gonsoulin on January 5, 2010
    I've had it about a month and I'm very happy with it. The altitude/barometer sensor is accurate provided you give it a good initial reference, which I always do when climbing/hiking. I've read some complaints that the altitude is not accurate. But one should try to understand that outside air pressure can change with altitude and/or temperature. Cold air is more dense and pushes on the sensor harder than warm air. So if a cold front rolls in while I am on my climb, the altitude is going to read a bit lower than actual (as if I was further down in more dense air). Likewise, a warm front will cause the sensor to read a bit higher. Either of these situations is often obvious as you will feel & see a change in the weather around you. ALL pressure-based altitude sensors have this vulnerability. That's why pilots constantly adjust their altimeters based on local sea-level barometric pressure data along their path. The best thing you can do is set an initial reference before you climb and be advised of local forecasts. Just common sense stuff really. The compass is plenty accurate enough for routine navigation, and a good backup to the GPS in the canyons and back-country.

    I've read other reviews about the alarm not being very loud on some pathfinders. This one seems quite loud - haven't slept through it yet and I use it every day. All the features are very easy to figure out - never had to crack open the manual (but I did anyways). It syncs up every night with the atomic clock, no problem (Houston, TX). Based on the specs, I thought it was going to look monstrous on my wrist but it doesn't. Looks really good to me. I did have to pull out several links to get the right fit (more on this below).

    The watch is very light! for it's size.
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    38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Jaroslaw Kaczynski on April 5, 2010
    Got it a week ago and still enjoy playing with it. Note to first-time users of advanced watches: you absolutely have to read the manual to make good use of this watch! Experienced users will guess how to get to the most important functions, but will still have to read the manual for fine-tuning of some features. Here are some comments:

    Looks: The watch is big, but not overwhelming as some older Pathfinders. I especially enjoy reduced thickness. Buttons seem to be of better quality than older models, but of course longer testing is required to prove this statement. Titanium bracelet is very light, yet strong, with reliable, secure clasp. Yes, the shade of the bracelet is different (metallic) when compared to plastic gray shade of the case, but it does not bother me at all. Some of the reviewers that complained about it definitely mistook this Pathfinder for a dress watch.

    Display: Big and very well arranged. Small time reading is displayed at the bottom of the screen in majority of special modes - very useful feature. The top layer with radial lines is used not only for compass readings, but also as an indicator in other modes: especially creative use is the simultaneous display of sunrise, sunset and current time. Backlight is pleasant green, uniform and bright enough. Auto-EL feature that turns on the backlight in the dark when you position the watch at certain angle is very convenient, but maybe a little bit too sensitive.

    Accuracy: Perfection! Since the case is plastic, atomic time reception is very easy, even in difficult conditions when metal-encased watches may have problems. The ability to sync in China in addition to US, Europe and Japan makes this watch ideal companion for any World Traveler (current or future).
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    63 of 72 people found the following review helpful By AK on June 26, 2010
    I have the previous generation Casio PAW1300T Pathfinder watch as well as this PAW2000T watch. I thought this watch would be an improvement and so far it has been. The PAW2000 adds sunrise/sunset data to the menu as well as a couple of other fixes such as allowing you to deselect beeps when you press the buttons. Otherwise, it is nearly identical to the PAW1300. The big difference for me is the display face of the PAW2000 is now double layered glass that was supposedly to make the display easier to read. What it actually did was make the display darker. Holding the PAW1300 and the PAW2000 next to each other in low light situations you can immediately see the difference. I prefer the PAW1300T simply because it easier to read and it is the watch I wear. Other than that, both watches are durable, light, and do a great job.
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    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By James Geren on February 16, 2010
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    This is a great watch for those of you who want to be more than just a mannequin for high priced logos. With the altimeter, barometer, compass, sunrise/sunset times, and more, you will be able to get the most out of an expedition, day hike, or trip to the mall. I looked at the Tissot T-Touch, but with reviews of breakage, a 2 year battery life, and twice the price, why would anyone buy one? (oh yeah: the logo). My watch arrived already set to EST and, after 1/2 an hour of reading the manual and setting, my watch was completely calibrated to my location (latitude and longitude, Fahrenheit instead of Celsius, feet instead of meters, etc.). The altimeter works well, though you do have to calibrate it just before ascending as it measures changes in atmospheric pressure, as does the barometer for predicting weather. I can track changes in pressure on the watch that, for the most part, directly reflect the actual weather (a great thing for living in New England): rising pressure means improving weather, decreasing pressure means deteriorating weather. The watch is big but fits nicely on my 7 1/2" wrist. The case is not as heavy as I thought it would be and combined with the titanium band, it is actually lighter than many watches out there AND looks great with a t-shirt or under a dress shirt sleeve. The solar battery works great as well. My watch arrived at full charge and has not lost any juice, even though it mostly gets only intermittent light from overhead fluoros and indirect sunlight. The last thing I'll comment on is the atomic timekeeping function. The reception is strong even though I place the watch only near a window instead on directly in front of one as the manual suggests. Mine unfailing receives the signal at 2:04 every morning.
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