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    Casio Protrek PAW1400T

    Hi,
    new here, although been lurking for a while. Has anybody heard of the new Casio Pathfinder PAW1400T? A few are sold on Ebay now but only in Titanium. It's apparently the thinnest pathfinder to date at 10.5 cm deep and it looks great. A French website sells them already in the "plastic" version but at 280 Euros I will wait a bit! Any info like official release date or documentation would be greatly appreciated!¨!
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    Re: Casio Protrek PAW1400T

    hbwatches also has that model. it looks like a PAW1300T with a different bezel and buttons. (smooth-er bezel and polished buttons, etc)

    i wonder if the material of the bezel is resin/plastic or metal?

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    Hmmm. Me like it a lot! Even just a tiny bit smaller and thinner than the PAW1300.

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    Re: Casio Protrek PAW1400T

    I like it! If you want to be more "covert" in appearance, it's a great way to pack all those ABC features in a watch that'll fit under a sleeve and isn't much bigger than your standard digital!

    Me want one!
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    Re: Casio Protrek PAW1400T

    1mm thinner doesn't seem like a big difference...I think the width and length are probably where some trimming could occur. Seems kind of funny that Casio is already reducing the size again in such a short period of time.

    I prefer the PAW1300 style more than this smoother, rounded version though.

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    Smile Re: Casio Protrek PAW1400T

    PAW1400T:
    Size of case/total weight
    53.6mm x 47.2mm x 10.3mm (H x W x D), 100g. (heavier bezel?)

    PAW1300T:
    Size of case/total weight
    56.9mm x 47.4mm x 11.5mm (H x W x D), 90g.
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    Re: Casio Protrek PAW1400T

    Quote Originally Posted by trozau View Post
    PAW1400T:
    Size of case/total weight
    53.6mm x 47.2mm x 10.3mm (H x W x D), 100g. (heavier bezel?)

    PAW1300T:
    Size of case/total weight
    56.9mm x 47.4mm x 11.5mm (H x W x D), 90g.
    I was wondering why it was heavier too. Is it because the 1400 has a solid titanium case and the 1300 more plastic? I think the 1300 is 97g though, so only 3g difference.

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    Re: Casio Protrek PAW1400T

    Hi, thanks for your reply. I found this article talking about the Europe release: http://www.casio-europe.com/fr/news/article/765/ It seems the European release won't be atomic which is a bit of a nonsense considering the US release is. I noticed that on the pictures from the US sellers, the watch doesn't have Wave Ceptor on it. Is it really atomic?

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    Re: Casio Protrek PAW1400T

    The HB site says it's a multi-band atomic which picks up the UK/German signals too so the European version should be multi-band...

    http://www.hbwatches.com/paw1400t-7v...tch-p-469.html

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    Re: Casio Protrek PAW1400T

    yes but if you look at the photo of the watch, the face of the watch doesn't indicate that it is Wave Ceptor or Multiband 5 like on other models...that's why I was wondering if there was not a mistake somewhere either the photo or the description...

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