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    paw 1300 which one to buy

    I looked into this some time back and it seemed the advice was to wait for the new series smaller but good . I have got my money and ready but want to buy the correct one by name and number.

    I do not have a real need, like at work just like the way they look and the Gadget factor. I do think they may be some features that you guys know about that makes it neat. I think I would like the small size if it gets the job done.

    I have some frogman watches , mudman , and a black set itself runs off the Sun etc. type . I am some what still new at casio tech, you have always told me right

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    JON

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    Re: paw 1300 which one to buy

    Some questions for ya :)

    If you are looking for small, you definitely want the PAW1300 series.

    Are you looking for resin or metal, or an interchangeable one piece cloth type strap?

    Any particular color preference? Steel, black, green?

    Have you checked out Casio's Pathfinder site?

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    Re: paw 1300 which one to buy

    I just looked the 1300g IV seems to be the orange collector type. I just looked on amazon they show one with 2 bands and one with one band I think same watch.

    Is this like yours the 1300 g IV?
    jon

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    Re: paw 1300 which one to buy

    Sorry I like the Black with orange look resin.

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    Cool Re: paw 1300 which one to buy

    Just to clarify some things, the PAW1300 is by no means a small watch its bigger then your Mudman. The only thing small about it is how thin it is, at 11.5mm its very thin.

    Me personally would have choosen the one with a black/orange wristband it just looks best!

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    Re: paw 1300 which one to buy

    if you would just wear it causally, i would go with the titanium PAW1300T

    the Ti bracelet is so well made that i really missed mine

    i replace my T with a G (black/orange with nylon straps) cause i need to wear it outside of a ski jacket. but from time to time, i still temped to trade it back to the T ... that's how good the Ti bracelet is to me

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    Re: paw 1300 which one to buy

    I've always wondered: is the bezel on the Ti model actual titanium?

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    Re: paw 1300 which one to buy

    no, its just the same plastic material as the rest of the model line up

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    Re: paw 1300 which one to buy

    Thanks everbody,

    I ordered my paw1300G IV W/ 2 bands . I will get the other band like Doug has on the way next. I assume it will fit w/o any other things than the band itself. I will catch you later

    Jon

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    Re: paw 1300 which one to buy

    did I not read somewhere that the bezel on the Ti 1300 was aluminium?

    mines had a few knocks and seems to be a bit more resilient than plastic.

    Matt

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