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    Large Protrek twins

    The other day I got in a mood to have a large kind of blingy silver Protrek to go with my non-Extreme PRG80YT1V. So I picked up the PAW1100T-7V, module 3043. I like them a lot - my one wish would be that the bracelets be more substantial to balance the watch-head better. Here are some shots of the 1100 by itself, with some together:


























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    Re: Large Protrek twins

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    No doubt, a dynamic duo! Congratulations and enjoy'em both, mate.




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    Re: Large Protrek twins

    Two 80`s and one 1100 looks like your getting a feel for these big Protrek`s, funnily enough I was looking at the PRG-80 version of your 1100, and thinking the exactly same thing. The PRG-80T-7V is still in the shop, only I can feel my resolve fracturing by the minute, and my other three 80`s are just spurring me on

    Tomorrows another day, and I need to check for the new G-7900, I dont have a silver Protrek on bracelet, I wonder if the 7V will be waiting, and it`s on a special $140, looks like ABC No 10 might be sorted out, dam your pictures

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    Re: Large Protrek twins

    Definitely a great pair.

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    neat pictures. something darn cool about having color variations of the same model.



    yeah, a wider bracelet wouldn't hurt. the bracelet looks even more puny on the paw2000t.
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    Re: Large Protrek twins

    i'm with you on the bracelets, they are a bit 'spoon like', eg: thin handle and large head!

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    Re: Large Protrek twins

    Is the PRG80 and PAW1100 the same watch? Why would Casio do that? for regional distribution purposes?
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    Re: Large Protrek twins

    Quote Originally Posted by Delmarco View Post
    Is the PRG80 and PAW1100 the same watch? Why would Casio do that? for regional distribution purposes?
    Nope - the PAW-1100 is the atomic version of the PRG-80.

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