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Casio PRW-5000Y-10R Review

This year Casio took the PRW-5000 we reviewed last year and gave it a makeover: PVD case, blue highlights and an almost stealth look. Let’s start with the specs for the new version, model number PRW-5000Y-10R: Altimeter/barometer, compass and thermometer Tough solar power, 5 month power reserve Tough movement with automatic hand position correction Water resistant to 100m (330ft) Six-band at...

Casio Shows Off Bluetooth Low Energy Watch At CES

This year at CES, Casio brought along a promising prototype watch. Featuring Casio's BLE (bluetooth low energy) technology this watch will be able to have bluetooth functionality without the dismal battery life we have seen in models from Sony Ericsson and LG. The watch is powered on a single watch-style...

Review of the Casio Pathfinder PAG-240

Casio recently updated their mid-range Pathfinder lineup -- the "Solar Triple Sensor" line -- by adding the PAG-240 which sports a series of refinements. The Pathfinder line is famous for melding large LCD screens with navigational and atmospheric data, all in a wrist-top package. The Casio PAG-240 uses a new...

Coverage of the Casio Shock the World 2010 Press Event

I just got back from Casio's 2010 Shock the World press event in New York, and I have plenty to show. We all had a blast checking out some new G-Shock models, meeting folks from Casio (and Casio's PR team), rubbing elbows with celebrities, and hanging out at what turned...

Review of the Casio Pathfinder PRW-5000-1ER

If there's any one company that continues to innovate, it has to be Casio. Their newest Pathfinder/Protrek, the PRW-5000, takes their kitchen-sink feature list and completely rethinks to design with an emphasis on analog hands. Let's start with the features: Solar powered. Atomic timekeeping, six bands: US, UK, Germany, China,...

New Casio Pathfinder PAG-110C-3

Announced today is the new Casio Pathfinder, model PAG-110C-3. Emphasis on this one is "Go Green," showcasing the environmentally friendly features of solar power, recycled packaging, and of course the vivid green color, introduced in conjunction with Earth Day. Feature set is typical Pathfinder: Compass. Barometer/altimeter. Thermometer. Five alarms, stopwatch,...

New Casio Pathfinder PAW-5000-1 in April

As big Pathfinder fans here at WatchReport, we're happy to report that the new PAW-5000-1 will ship this April for $450. Departing somewhat from the dominant style of "mostly digital face", the new model sports a reduced-size digital screen and more dive-watch-style face. Somehow, it works for us. Casio PR...

Review of the Casio PAW2000T-7V “Slim Pathfinder”

View the Casio Pathfinder PAW2000T-7V photo album. Every new Pathfinder I get tends to become my favorite, and the PAW2000T-7V is no exception. In fact, not only has it become my favorite Pathfinder, but it is also one of my favorite digital watches in general. I've typically thought of Pathfinders...

Review of the Casio Pathfinder PAG40-7V

We've reviewed a lot of Casio Pathfinders here on Watch Report; they're highly functional outdoor watches that combine toughness with utility. Today, we're pleased to present the new PAG40-7V, a new model with a few interesting tricks up its sleeve. Let's start with a feature list: Triple sensor: Altimeter/barometer, compass...

Review of the Casio Pathfinder PAW500-1V

We have an unusual review today: the Casio Pathfinder PAW500-1V. It's a Pathfinder for women, but surprisingly it's a great watch for a man, too. We've done lots of Pathfinder reviews here on Watch Report, so we jumped at the chance to review this one. The spec list includes: 5-band...

Review of the Casio Pathfinder PAW1500T-7V

The face of a watch, like a person, often tells you quite a bit about what they are. Sometimes they're subtle and restrained, and sometimes their place in the world is writ large for all to see. The Casio Pathfinder, model number PAW1500T-7V is one of those "this is who...

The New Ultimate Casio Pathfinder (PAW1500)

Two years ago, I wrote an article called The Ultimate Casio Pathfinder in which I raved about the PAW1200 series. This was the first time Casio had combined their atomic and solar technologies with their famous Triple Sensor (digital compass, altimeter, barometer, and thermometer). A year later, I reviewed what...

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