My New Watch - Sea Pathfinder!

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    My New Watch - Sea Pathfinder!

    Here is a picture of my new watch - a Casio Sea Pathfinder in Titanium... It is big and awesome!



    (My user account on this forum had obviously been deleted since the last time I was here, but I managed to register the same user name again)

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    Re: My New Watch - Sea Pathfinder!

    SciFi, Nice pic and watch! I've got the "cousin" of that one - the Protrek in ti PRG80T. What are some of the features on that one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSears
    SciFi, Nice pic and watch! I've got the "cousin" of that one - the Protrek in ti PRG80T. What are some of the features on that one?
    It seems like this series has lots of fans :) My new watch has lots of functions, but I bought it because I cannot wear big colorful G-shocks for all serious occasions. Its main functions are watch, compass, barometer, thermometer and depth. I haven't really tried the compass outdoors yet, but it doesn't work in my apartment. (too many strong magnetic fields I guess).

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    Re: My New Watch - Sea Pathfinder!

    Quote Originally Posted by SciFi View Post
    Here is a picture of my new watch - a Casio Sea Pathfinder in Titanium... It is big and awesome!



    (My user account on this forum had obviously been deleted since the last time I was here, but I managed to register the same user name again)
    Hi SciFi, and hi everyone in this forum,

    I'm pretty new here, and I was searching infos about the SPF70T-7V and the SPW-1000-2VER, 'cause both are readly available in my hometown, when I found this post, which is almost an year old, , and where your new watch seeems to be an SPF70T-7V, so I thought I could ask you a question very important for me: is it possible to press the buttons your of the watch underwater? I've searched in the online manual, which states that is not possible, and I've also asked at Casio US & Europe getting two different answers: Yes it's possible, and no it's not, so now I'm a bit confused ...
    In your experience, and/or following your printed manual, is it possible to press those buttons underwater???

    I can imagine this question being asked a lot, but I really need to be sure about the 2 models I'm interested in, or at least about the SPF70T-7V, which is the one I prefer, as for the titanium band...

    Hope you can answer me... Bye...

    SK

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    Hi SK,

    Welcome to our G-Shock forum. You found a very old thread :-D. I can't imagine a reason why a watch with a depth gauge can't be operated under water. I think SeaPathfinders are made for use on and underwater, so I guess it's safe to do. Better is to activate the auto-illuminator while diving.

    I have no experience with SeaPathfinders. I think the Depth gauge is probably the most important function. I guess the time will be also shown somewere

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    Re: My New Watch - Sea Pathfinder!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    Hi SK,

    Welcome to our G-Shock forum.
    Thank You so much,
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    You found a very old thread :-D.
    Yeah, quite old indeed... Googlin' and searching... Maybe you know what I mean, and that photo just stopped me... That's THE watch I'd like - and I can - buy!!! [same price range, more or less, of the SPW-1000-2VER]
    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    I can't imagine a reason why a watch with a depth gauge can't be operated under water. I think SeaPathfinders are made for use on and underwater, so I guess it's safe to do.
    So do I, but, well, online manual and European e-mail support seem to disagree with this point of view!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    Better is to activate the auto-illuminator while diving.
    Yeah, that's right!!! I like to swim when sun goes down, so I'd be fine with the ability to operate with the compass when in depth mode...
    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    I have no experience with SeaPathfinders. I think the Depth gauge is probably the most important function.
    Definitetly, but in my opinion, possibility to use compass came first...
    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    I guess the time will be also shown somewere
    So do I...
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    Cheers,
    Sjors
    :thanks a lot for Your answer... Bye,
    SK

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