Casio Men's Pro Trek Alarm Chronograph Watch PRW-2500-1ER 50% off - £129.25 @ Watch Shop

Casio Men's Pro Trek Alarm Chronograph Watch PRW-2500-1ER 50% off - £129.25 @ Watch Shop

Found 31st Mar 2015
This is a sporty mens Casio Pro Trek model. Features for this watch are a direction bezel which can be used to determine approximate directions, altitude addition, altimeter data memory, thermometer, moon age display, altimeter, auto illuminator, 5 daily alarms, barometer, countdown timer, digital compass, multi band 6 radio controlled, solar power, stop watch, tide graph display, 200 meter water resistant, world time, auto-calendar, low temperature resistant, mineral glass and a yacht timer. ©

RRP: £275.00 Save £137.50 (50%) Sale Price: £137.50

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Superb watches - I have an analogue version without the radio control, but with the solar panel - altitude / compass etc... tough as a G-Shock but more useful functions

With the radio control and solar panel built in, you never need to do anything - it will always be powered and always be spot on the right time. Great price for this. Heat X)
That's one fugly watch!



That's one fugly watch!

It is function over fashion with these. The way it should be!
Ordered. Was looking for it on sale, thank you!
I just bought this and I like it, though the accuracy of the sensors isn't that great. Only missing feature compared to my previous Casio Wave Ceptor was the ability to switch the date format away from awful US format (i.e. to DDMM instead of MMDD) - I'm quite surprised that feature was left out!
I am climbing Kilimanjaro in October, and would like to know what altitude I am at, and temperatures. But also be able to save that data from the 5 day climb. Is it possible with this watch ?

Imo you need Garmin Foretrex 401 GPS Watch

I will take a look, thank you. With being on the mountain for so long, I need the device to store each days data, as I wont be able to download it until I am back in the UK.

If this device works on AAA batteries, once they die, would it then lose all the data up to that point ?
Say I walked for 10 hours each day. And I replaced the batteries at the end of each day. y doing so, would it delete the data it had captured ?

I wouldn't worry about that, according specification you can store:

Battery life 17 hours Maps & MemoryWaypoints/favorites/locations … Battery life 17 hours Maps & MemoryWaypoints/favorites/locations 500Routes 20Track log 10,000 points, 10 saved tracks

This gps is very often in use by special forces from many countries.
Edited by: "msciazko" 21st Sep 2015
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