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Casio Pro Trek PRG550-1A1 Altimeter Watch

by Casio

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  • With Tough solar power, low temperature resistant case, and digital compass with needle indicator, the Trek Triple Sensor watch keeps up with you without missing a beat.
  • Altimeter, barometer, thermometer, world time (29 cities + utc)
  • Full auto led light with afterglow, 5 daily alarms, 1/100 sec. Stopwatch
  • Countdown timer, 12/24 hour formats, power saving function
  • Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving
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Product Description

Don't be fooled by the classic analog look of the Casio Pro Trek PRG550-1A1 Altimeter Watch; behind that pretty face lurks an altimeter, compass, barometer, thermometer, and full-featured watch. As rugged as it is feature-packed, this new member of the Triple Sensor family runs on Tough Solar Power technology that recharges every time you take it out into the light.

Product Details

Color: One Color | Size: One Size
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 5.9 x 5.9 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0082A4WPE
  • Item model number: PRG550-1A1CR
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,870 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Customer Reviews

The compass, barometer, thermometer works accurately.
Nischit Shetty
I own and have owned several G-Shock and Pathfinder/Pro Trek watches over the years and this one is very good.
Matts'zon
Most functions are easy to figure out without reading the manual.
James

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Eduardo on December 26, 2012
Color Name: One ColorSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I saw this watch advertised in a sporting magazine and immediately fell in love with it. As other raters have commented, the watch looks great, and has usefull bells and whistles, albit perhaps not the most accurate, according to some of the reviews posted here. One GLARING erroneous marking that I noticed right off has me rather puzzled, and I'm thinking that there is perhaps an explanation for it that I'm not aware of. The watch has a non rotating, fixed bezel, which has the usual 360 degree compass markings, ie: 00 indicating North, is at the top 12:00 position, 180 indicating South, is at the bottom, 6:00 position. So far so good. Where it goes weird is all the other markings are on the wrong side of the bezel! Just to the RIGHT of 00 (North), are the markings 330, 300, and 270...indicating North-NW, West-NW, and West, at what should be 90 for East. To the LEFT of 00, are the markings 30, 60 90, indicating North-NE, East-NE, and 90 for East. It's easier to see if you just click on the picture of the watch for the enlarged view. See the 270 at 3:00? Should'nt that be 90? And so on. It's the same in the magazine pic. I never noticed it in the pics, only when I had the watch in my hand did it jump out at me. I apolgise in advance if I'm missing something here regarding electronic compasses...I tend to beleive that this has to be the case as something this glaring would have been addressed by now. Otherwise, appears to be a solid watch, and I would have given it at least 1 additional star had it not been for this quirk.

UPDATE: 1/4/2013...I'm giving the watch an add'l star (to 4 from 3)as the issue with the compass markings has been resolved. See post from Victor Diaz in the comments section for the explanation.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Cortes on August 28, 2012
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I've had the watch for about a week now, and I am loving it. The altimeter works alright, the barometer and compass seem spot on. My only complaint (a small one) is that the watch does pinch arm hairs every so often, but thats something I can get used to. Overall, great piece, seems pretty sturdy and well constructed!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By matt on January 16, 2014
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First of all, the watch is easy to use, lightweight yet looks and feels solid, well built, keeps time pretty well, all the functions are usable, and is at a pretty reasonable price-range, which makes this product a great bargain. Oh, and it is easy to read - but only in daytime. And here is the reason why I gave it only 3 stars: I bought it for military use as a primary watch, since it has all the feature I would need while being deployed, and I liked it a lot when arrived, but when the sun set, and we had to go out to the "wilderness", I realised that the sole LED on the bottom of the display provided barely enough illum to light up the hands (on which the luminous light fades out very quickly), but the display was unreadable, even though I would have needed all the information on it as well. And while wearing gloves, the "baro" button was being pushed against my glove, so it "pressed itself" while moving around or using my rifle.

So in short:

pros:
- light, yet durable
- easy to use all the functions
- easy to read in a well-lit environment
- not too bulky, looks okay on an average sized wrist
- not expensive considering the features it provides

cons:
- without an exterior light source, it is unable to use all the functions at night
- the buttons are too easy to push imo

So I recommend this product to anybody, who wants a well-priced watch for everyday/outdoor use, but does not need to use it covertly at night.

(sorry for my English)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Russ on February 6, 2014
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I searched a lot for an analog/digital watch and settled on this one for three main reasons:
1. It has a second hand, which I need for my job.
2. It has a large digital display, which is easier on my aging eyes.
3. It has a solar powered battery, so I don't have to take the back off every year to change a battery.

I wasn't too sure about not having a crown to manually set the time, but the automatic adjustment feature worked very well, you just choose a hometown near you that is listed around the watch face and it automatically sets itself. I did notice it was about two minutes off, so I used the manual adjustment feature and it has been right on for a month now. Both the analog and digital times match exactly. The solar power feature works well too. With normal wear, it gets enough light to keep itself charged to the H level. Hopefully the solar battery will last for many years.

The altitude/baro/temperature/compass features are cool, but I really have little use for them. The altitude sensor works off of pressure, so you have to calibrate it to get an accurate reading. I would think it would only be accurate for a few hours after you calibrate it or until the weather changes. The temperature feature is nice, but you have to take it off your arm for a few minutes or the sensor just reads your arm temperature. The compass feature works well, I've used that a few times now. The second hand spins around to point to magnetic north (or true north if you change that setting) and the digital display gives you your bearing from north.

I like that the crystal is recessed a bit into the bezel. It should help protect the face. I have no scratches at all so far, and I'm tough on watches.

I found the manual to be very well done.
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