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    Picture PAW-1200, no G-shock but...

    It's not a G-shock, but very big & loaded with functions; go this very cheap & couldn't pass it up. what do you guys think?







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    • Tough Solar Power
    • Digital Compass
      16 points of measurement
      Measuring range: 0º to 359º
      Measuring unit: 1º
    • Altimeter
      Measuring range: -700 to 10,000 m (-2,300 to 32,800 ft.)
      Measuring unit: 5 m (20 ft.)
    • Altimeter Memory (40 Records)
      Measurement includes altitude, month, date, time
      High Altitude / Low Altitude Memory
      Cumulative Ascent / Descent Memory
      Relative Altitude Display
      Altitude Tendency Graph
      Altitude Differential Graphic
      Altitude Alarm
      *Changeover between meters (m) and feet (ft)
    • Barometer
      Display range: 260 to 1,100 hPa (7.65 to 32.45 inHg)
      Display unit: 1 hPa (0.05 inHg)
      Atmospheric pressure tendency graph
      Atmospheric pressure differential graphic
      *Changeover between hPa and inHg
    • Thermometer
      Display range: -10 to 60ºC (14 to 140ºF)
      Display unit: 0.1ºC (0.2ºF)
      *Changeover between Celsius (ºC) and Fahrenheit (ºF)
    • Low Temperature Resistant (-10ºC/14ºF)
    • Full Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow
    • Duplex LCD Display
    • World Time (29 time zones, 30 cities)
    • 5 Daily Alarms
    • Countdown Timer
      Measuring unit: 1 second
      Countdown range: 60 minutes
      Countdown start time setting range: 1 to 60 minutes (1-minute increments)
      Auto-repeat Function
    • 1/100-second stopwatch
      Measuring capacity: 9:59'59.99''
      Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
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    • Battery Power Indicator
    • Power Saving Function
    • Auto Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099)
    • 12/24 Hour Formats
    • Accuracy: ±15 seconds per month
    • Rechargeable Battery
    • Up to 100 Meters Water Resistance
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    Wink Re: PAW-1200, no G-shock but...

    Hi Brad,

    When I saw the first studio pics announcing it's release in February, last December, I thought it ws a small watch, like the PRG/PAW-70. Chris Moy mailed me what I thought of it, and bought one immediately. It was huge, way to huge for Chris his small wrists. In the mean while he sent me several pictures of the watch. Yours are a good addition to it and I really like the looks. If I wanted to buy a waveceptor ProTrek model in a shop, showing me the PRW-1100 and PRW-1200, I'm afraid it would be a hard choose. I think the balance will go over to the 1200 side now.

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    Re: PAW-1200, no G-shock but...

    I love htese but they're way too large for me Congrats Brad!

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    Wink Re: PAW-1200, no G-shock but...

    Hi Chris,

    You are back. Was you out of town? Did I write down your PRG-1200 correct?

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    Re: PAW-1200, no G-shock but...

    We had a large WIS meet over the entire weekend in NYC :-D I was very busy with watches and meeting WIS'

    I can't remember the model number of the one I had :-S It was the TI on the bracelet. It IS way too large for me Whish Casio would make a smaller 5 Band Pathfinder

    Here's a pic with my GW-1200



    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors
    Hi Chris,

    You are back. Was you out of town? Did I write down your PRG-1200 correct?

    Cheers,

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    Re: PAW-1200, no G-shock but...

    Hi Sjors & Cmoy,

    Thanks for the reply; This watch is very BIG, easy to use; I'am going to see if I can strap it to my mountain bike; should work well as a Navigation tool.



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    Hi Chris,

    Tommorow I have a little G-WUS meeting here at my home Bob (Master of G) goes out for a motorcycle ride and is planning to visit me I'm looking forward to it, since I have never met any G-Shock collector in real live.

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    Re: PAW-1200, no G-shock but...

    It's always fun to meet other WIS' Have a great time!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors
    Hi Chris,

    Tommorow I have a little G-WUS meeting here at my home Bob (Master of G) goes out for a motorcycle ride and is planning to visit me I'm looking forward to it, since I have never met any G-Shock collector in real live.

    Cheers,

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    Re: PAW-1200, no G-shock but...

    Now that's an idea!

    Quote Originally Posted by brad15470
    Hi Sjors & Cmoy,

    Thanks for the reply; This watch is very BIG, easy to use; I'am going to see if I can strap it to my mountain bike; should work well as a Navigation tool.



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    Re: PAW-1200, no G-shock but...

    Does anyone here have both a PRG-80 and PAW-1200? Would be great to see comparison picts. of the two side by side. :thanks

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