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Review – Casio Pathfinder PAW1200

casio_paw12003v.jpgWatchReport.com posts a review of his favorite Casio to date, the PAW1200 with multi-band atomic timekeeping, compass, barometer, altitude alarm, and world time. Great stuff.

What makes the Casio Pathfinder PAW1200 series special is the fact that it brings so many features together into one watch. I’ll get into plenty of detail on each individual feature shortly, but most notably, the PAW1200 series is the first to bring together the triple-sensor functionality of the Pathfinder line (compass, barometer, and thermometer), atomic time calibration, and solar power.

Review of the Multi-band Casio Pathfinder PAW1200 [WatchReport]

The Best Pathfinder Ever

casio_paw1200t_v1.jpgWatchReport.com brings us an overview of the bestest Pathfinder in the whole world, the PAW1200T-7V. Plus, it doesn’t look like a robotic clam.

He’s foreseeing the following features, which is just about enough for me, in a $380 package.

Atomic timekeeping (obviously).
Solar powered with at least a 20-month power reserve, maybe better.
Thermometer which will actually convert the temperature into fahrenheit.
Compass.
Barometer.
Barometric altimeter.
World time with support for at least 30 cities pre-programmed.
Stopwatch.
Countdown timer.
5 daily alarms.

The Ultimate Casio Pathfinder: the PAW1200T-7V [WatchReport]

Review – Casio Pathfinder PAG-80

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The Pathfinder PAG-80 looks like something Angelina Jolie would wear along with some short-shorts, a tank-top, and a rocket launcher. Essentially it’s a watch that looks like you can use it to start a nuclear war but is surprisingly elegant and easy to use.

The PAG-80 has three major features – a compass, an altimeter, and a barometer. These are relatively standard features on wrist computers and while the technology behind these features haven’t improved much over the years, they’re extremely useful in a pinch and quite fun to show off. It is also solar powered, ensuring you’ll never have to swap out a battery.

Review – Casio G-Shock G7500-1V

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I had strayed from the quartz digital path in the last few years thanks to my obsession with mechanicals, but I’ve always thought I’d like to return to the fold. Last week I received two Casio watches, a Pathfinder and a G-Shock, and I am happy to say that I’m pleasantly surprised.

Now I know you all like your ETAs and Big Bangs, but a watch like the G-Shock G7500-1V is pretty sassy little number that can help road warriors stay awake on the red-eye and might survive a nasty turn at the baggage claim.