- Dimensioni e/o peso: 12,7 x 10,2 x 10,2 cm
- Peso di spedizione: 295 g
- Numero modello articolo: PAW2000-1CR
- ASIN: B002OSY3WM
- Disponibile su Amazon.it a partire dal: 21 novembre 2011
- Media recensioni: Recensisci per primo questo articolo
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|Tipo di vetro||Minerale|
|Tipo di quadrante||digitale|
|Materiale della cassa||Resina|
|Diametro della cassa||47 mm|
|Spessore della cassa||11 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||Al quarzo|
|Tipo di garanzia||Combinata produttore e venditore|
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Casio Uomo #PAW2000-1
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The decision on which Pathfinder to purchase came down to the PAW2000, PRW2500, and PRW3000 for me. All three feature atomic timekeeping and solar power (of course). While I do prefer the look of the PRW2500 a bit more, it replaces sunrise and sunset data with tide and moon charts. Since I don't need that feature, let alone know how to use it, I had to decide between the PAW2000-1CR and the PRW3000. The PRW3000 is essentially a hybrid of the PAW2000 and PRW2500. It slightly less bulky than the PRW2500 and features the sunrise/sunset data. The price is roughly equal to the PAW2000 and the specs are almost identical with the exception that the PRW3000 operates on the new generation 3 processor, while the PAW2000 is still using the second generation engine. The big difference in terms of daily use is that the PRW3000 has a negative display meaning it is all black with white numbers. From what I have read, this makes it difficult to read in less than ideal lighting. For this reason, I chose the PAW2000 despite it being a couple years older than the PRW3000.
Ultimately, you can't go wrong with any of the Pathfinder watches. It really just depends on what little bells and whistles you are looking for. For instance the PAW5000 and PRW5050 ana/dig series, amongst others, have a magnetic second hand that serves as a secondary compass always pointing north. This is a fantastic feature in the event the watch ever malfunctions and you still need to use the watch as a compass. However, those both run a couple hundred dollars more than the PAW2000 and you sacrifice sunrise/sunset data with the ana/dig watches. My best advice is to go the Casio website and check out all the Protrek watches. They have models going back to 2008 on the site, and many of those are still being reviewed more highly than the newer models. Unlike most things in life, when it comes to the Protrek series of watches, there is no harm in buying one of the older versions, especially if the features match what you're looking for in a alti/bar/comp watch.
In terms of daily use, I have found the PAW2000 (with a 2010 release date) to be very easy to navigate and program. The atomic timekeeping works great once you find the right place in your home where you're sure to get a signal. The illumination can be adjusted from 1-3 seconds and, unlike a battery powered watch, it isn't going to kill your battery to use it at your leisure. I am 6' and 170 pounds and have found that the watch is a perfect fit for me size wise. Again, if you're a bigger guy, you may not like the sleeker look of this one. The PRW2500/3000 may be the perfect fit for you. Overall, however, for a midlevel Pathfinder, you can't beat the features of the PAW2000. And if you're a hiker/backpacker who doesn't need tide/moon graphs, this is the watch for you.
This watch is everything it has been advertised to be. I've been saving up for a pathfinder since the 1300 series was introduced and it is very satisfying to finally have one on my wrist. The screen is not recessed at all, so somewhat susceptible to scratches. I had an old PDA screen protector that I cut out and put on the screen. Without staring at it from 3 inches away, you can't even notice.
Other concerns were some said it was harder to read than the 1500. I find it very easy to read, nice large numbers, and extremely wearable everyday, even for a small wrist. The dual LCD screens is great, and I can't tell the difference of clarity from a 1500. Fits under dress shirts just fine.
I got the battery down to medium the first day from some extensive use, but two hours in the sun the next day and it was back to high and it's been high ever since.
This is my third Casio solar, second atomic, and first ABC. My g-shock couldn't hold a charge after about 4 years and I didn't want to pay $30 to fix it, the second is still going strong and I wear it on dressier occasions, this one gets everyday/outdoor duty.