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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]

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  1. I really like my PAW1200t, although I also have a LA Crosse XG-55 (far les expensive)and I wish the sensors in the Casio were as detailed as the XG-55. The XG-55 measures altitude evey foot and it appears to be quite accurate. It would be great if LA CROSSE made a solar model.

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