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A mild electric shock,
This review is from: Casio Men's PAS410B-5V Pathfinder Moon Phase Hunting Timer Watch (Watch)
I bought this watch for one reason...to find out when sunrise and sunset was.
Not because I'm a hunter or a fisherman, which I'm not, but for photography and
general viewing purposes. It's nice to watch a sunset or sunrise, and it's nice
knowing precisely when it is.
I owned this watch for about a year before I realised it had a vibrating function.
True, I am a bone head, and when I first used this function it scarred the living
bejesuses out of me. I'll tell you a little trick. Set the vibrating buzzer at one
minute intervals for your normal getting up time in the morning and wear the watch to
bed. Don't worry, you won't sleep in.
The velcro band is interesting. Partial camouflaging so the animals don't see your
wrist watch, and has a little leather catch so the velcro band dosn't rip off when
your scurrying through the scrub, ducking and weaving dangerous game. Of course having
set the vibrating buzzer to alarm you when game is on the move, otherwise an audible
alarm would scare them off and you would have to have takeaway that night for dinner
instead of a bear burger.
It has all the bells and whistles you would expect from a Casio, and the moon phase indicator
has more moon info than most other moon phase watches. The telememo, although I don't use it,
is there to record your catch of deer, bears and big red kangaroos. Don't eat them all at once.
I think this is a fun watch not to be taken seriously and would make a great addition to anyones watch collection.
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Initial post: Aug 10, 2011 9:56:11 PM PDT
Mr. Ryan Scott Camilleri says:
Mate I also live in Darwin, does this watch have Darwin as a setting for the sunrise/set times? Or do you use another city? Eg. Adelaide?
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 12, 2011 6:19:38 PM PDT
G'day, I set mine to adelaide time zone and the sunrise/sunset works perfectly, very accurate.
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