New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

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    Re: New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

    What do you think?

    I love it, man! Together with the previous PRG-110, these 2 are my favourites.

    Haven't taken the time to compare the features with the PRG-110 yet.

    Which color is nice? I can't decide between the black/orange and green one.

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    Re: New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

    Thanks for the pictures GeeBeeCee.
    Confirms my guess that PRG-120/PAW-1300 went back to those fixed lugs, which was the reason they wear a tap too big for me...

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    Re: New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

    Quote Originally Posted by ggyy1276 View Post
    Thanks for the pictures GeeBeeCee.
    Confirms my guess that PRG-120/PAW-1300 went back to those fixed lugs, which was the reason they wear a tap too big for me...
    I may be misunderstanding, but the PAW-1300 doesn't have fixed lugs.

    The lugs on the PRG-120 appear to be fixed like the lugs on the PRG-80. But the lugs on the PAW-1300 hinge right next to the watch body.

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    Re: New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

    Quote Originally Posted by dudegalea View Post
    I may be misunderstanding, but the PAW-1300 doesn't have fixed lugs.

    The lugs on the PRG-120 appear to be fixed like the lugs on the PRG-80. But the lugs on the PAW-1300 hinge right next to the watch body.
    My mistake, PAW-1400 is the one with fixed lugs.

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    Re: New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

    I wonder if the bezel of the black/orange one is resin or metal? I'm concerned about how well the prg120 would hold up to daily wear, or as I call it, how well wear and tear blends in.

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    Re: New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

    These are the non-atomic PAW1400's?

    Hmmm, still prefer the tougher look of the 1300 myself, but it's good to have more choice.

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    Re: New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

    I don't know, this series along with the PAW-1400 series doesn't speak to me at all, in fact I find them plain ugly


    regards, holger

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    Re: New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

    Holger, I think we have exactly the same taste in watches. Model for model, brand for brand, haha.

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    Re: New Casio Protrek - PRG-120.

    very nice

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