- Dimensioni e/o peso: 13,2 x 10,4 x 8,9 cm
- Peso di spedizione: 227 g
- Spedizione: Questo articolo è disponibile per l'esportazione in paesi selezionati al di fuori dell'Unione Europea.
- Numero modello articolo: PAW1300-1V
- ASIN: B000WCOBJW
- Disponibile su Amazon.it a partire dal: 4 ottobre 2011
|Tipo di vetro||minerale|
|Tipo di quadrante||digital|
|Materiale della cassa||resina|
|Diametro della cassa||47.4 mm|
|Spessore della cassa||11.5 mm|
|Materiale del cinturino||Resina|
|Larghezza cinturino||21 mm|
|Tipo di calendario||day-and-date|
|Caratteristiche speciali||chronograph, compass, light, stop-watch, world-time|
|Tipo di meccanismo||Quartz|
|Tipo di garanzia||Venditore|
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Triple Sensor Pathfinder Waveceptor. Tough Solar powered. Watch is powered by any light source. Atomic time keeping - watch time is set every day by radio signals. Stainless Steel Case-back. Black and plastic resin case and strap with silver tone highlights. Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping (US, UK, Germany, Japan). Receives time calibration radio signals which keep the displayed time accurate. Auto receive function (up to 6 times per day). Manual receive function. Signal: US WWVB, UK MSF, Germany DCF77, Japan JJY40/JJY60 Frequency: US 60kHz, UK 60kHz, Germany 77.5kHz, Japan 40/60kHz Tough Solar Power - no need to change battery! Run entirely on indoor or outdoor light. Digital Compass with 16 points of measurement. Measuring range: 0 to 359 degrees Measuring unit: 1 degree. Bearing Memory Capacity: 1 record (stored direction angle and indicator). Altimeter with Measuring range: -700 to 10,000m (-2,300 to 32,800ft) Measuring unit: 5m (20ft) and Auto memory measurements with Altimeter Memory of 40 records. Altitude Measurement data: altitude, month, date, time with High / Low altitude memory and Cumulative ascent / descent memory. Relative altitude display and Altitude tendency graph with Altitude differential graphic. Altitude alarm. 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 and Atmospheric pressure differential grapic. Thermometer Display range: -10 to 60 C (14 to 140 F) Display unit: 0.1 C (0.2 F). Water resistant to 100m. Low Temperature Resistant (-10 C / 14 F). Full Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow. World Time with 29 times zones (30 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off. 5 Daily Alarms. Countdown Timer. Measuring unit: 1 second Countdown range: 1 minute to 24 hours. Countdown Alarm. 1/100 second stopwatch Measuring capacity: 23:5959.99 Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times. Hourly Time Signal. Auto Calendar (pre-programmed until the yea
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Love the style - Very slim (11.5 mm thickness). Though the watch face is 47.4 mm, it doesn't look all that big on my average sized wrist (probably its because of the slim form factor). Casio avoided the dual display in this watch (as opposed to the other slim pathfinder model PAW2000). Reason is probabaly since this is the first full-functional pathfinder model with a slim case and hence Casio didn't have the technology to do a dual display without compromising on the thickness of the case. But, guess what!, this has helped a bit in increasing the contrast for the display. PAW1300's display is crisp looking than it's pricey cousin PAW2000, as dual display models tend to look dull because of the overlay. And, the compromise of single display is that u won't see the big compass indicator lines, instead will see small indicators on the perimeter of the watch. To me, i will take this to improve my display contrast.
The silver colored bezel neither looks dull nor too shiny, has the right polish and gives an up-scale look for the watch. Durable and sleek construction. Very attractive when you wear it, sure is a head-turner. I have owned older models of pathfinder (PAW1200-1V) and was reluctant to wear to office due to its bulky size (14.4mm thick and 48.9 wide). But, this one I wear to office just as I do for outdoors/weekends. It fits right under the sleeve.
In all, Casio has managed to blend style with substance at the right proportion which satisfies most of us, if not all, who either want to wear this to office or casual or outdoor alike. Buy it, you won't regret it.
Well, the watch makes it to Europe, but on the return, it usually dies on me. It goes from battery High indication to a dead screen with a flashing "C", meaning it went into power saver mode trying to recharge. At this point it loses all information - time, date, altimeter settings etc... The other day it started flashing an "R" and froze up. Haven't found that in the manual yet. But I'm giving up on it. A watch is no good if it can't reliably show the time, and this one doesn't do that.
My guess is that the rechargeable battery is dead. The watch is out of warranty now, so I'm on my own with it. I found a place online that sells these rechargeable batteries, I guess I could give that a try. Still, disappointing, you would think a solar watch would work a whole lot longer than a regular battery.
I bought a new rechargeable battery for nine dollars from a NY online store and changed it myself. The watch works perfectly now and hasn't dipped below a "High" charge since and that has been about a year. It has taken a lot of abuse in the last two years and still works great although the plastic on the sides is pretty scuffed. I changed the rating to a five star rating now since it works as it should. Still not pleased that Casio sent it out with a bad battery. By the way, it does receive the German and British time signals perfectly. Haven't tried the Japanese one yet. It is a little annoying that the watch needs to be told that it is in a different country though, rather than scanning for a signal by itself. I usually don't bother since the watch is accurate enough for a while without updating. Like most Casio's, it runs fast a few seconds every month if it doesn't update.
Update October 2011:
It is now a few years later. The watch still runs on the replacement rechargeable battery I bought and replaced back then and it's still always on "High". It was definitely a bad battery I got from Casio. The watch itself is holding up well. The silver is starting to scratch off a little bit which makes it look not so pretty. All functions still work and it has seen some abuse. If it only was a little bit smaller. But still happy with the purchase.
The barometer display on the "home" screen of the watch is a nice feature - very useful for predicting whether the weather will be improving or degrading in the next day or so. The altimeter is less useful for me, but still a nice feature when I go hiking. The compass seems fairly accurate, and can be corrected for declination. As other reviewers have noted, the temperature sensor is affected by body heat, so the watch needs to be away from your body in ambient conditions for a few minutes prior to taking a temperature reading.
The only feature of the watch I don't like is that the alarm volume seems very low (probably to conserve power). Not a big deal once I got used to it, though.
I'm very satisfied with this watch - it's a nice upgrade from my previous solar/atomic Casio.