Reviews and Problems with Casio Men's PAW2000T-7CR Pathfinder Digital Multi-Function Titanium Bracelet Watch
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casio men~s PAW2000T-7CR
dan blanc, amazon.com
30 January 2012
Summary: It is a very nice thing, usefull on any kind of trip, water, road, air. The baro sensor is accurate, with a litle experience you can predict weather. As watch also is fine. One thing I do not like, that I can not change the cityes already set in his memory.
Summary: I originally purchased the Pathfinder PAW1300T-7V which would not fully charge, I kept it out in the sunlight for 18 hours and still it would not fully charge, I returned the PAW1300T-7V to Amazon; I wanted to order another PAW1300T-7V, however this model was discontinued, so I order the PAW2000T-7 which was suppose to be the second generation of the Paw1300T-7V and it cost $100.00 more than the Paw1300T-7V.
Summary: This watch probably packs as much technology in it as my old Commodore 64 computer. It's a techie junkie dream. In fact, what else could it really do? Not much. It's thinner then old Pathfinders (thank you), and doesn't appear as large on the wrist. I like that. Also, the titanium is so light, you really don't even know it's there. From a durability perspective, I wear it every day (and have for a year) and it's still going strong.
Tough, Intuitive Function, and Loaded with Useful Features
Justin Renman, amazon.com
29 December 2011
Summary: Solar powered - so you never have to worry about it going dead- and always accurate as it links to atomic clocks on a daily basis, this watch is excellent. The altimeter is accurate, and I regularly use the onboard barometer with graph function to help predict weather when I'm backpacking. All in a great looking titanium case. Highly recommended!
Summary: I really enjoy this watch. It is very light. I like the titanium band but prefer the black resin with this black bezel on titanium case color scheme. Unfortunately, the material that the watch case is made of isn't metal or it sure doesn't feel like it to me. Anyway, I bought the Casio replacement band for the PAW2000-1CR and it fit like a glove and really sets off the watch. It was easy to swop the bands.
Summary: I've had this watch for over a year now and I really like it. I had an older Pathfinder watch that was very thick and bulky and if I was wearing shirts with buttoned wrists, I couldn't see the watch without unbuttoning. This model is much thinner and lighter and is also nice enough looking that it wouldn't be out of place with business casual attire. I've checked the altimeter and compass against my Garmin handheld GPS and my iPhone and it seems to be very accurate.
Summary: This is my sixth Casio, and they just keep getting better. For about $300, where else can one find a quality-built watch that never needs winding or a battery; that never needs setting to maintain perfect time; that calculates direction, elevation, barometric pressure, temperature, and sunset and sundown times? That's just a few of the features of this rock-solid watch, which, by the way, looks clean and is eye-catching.
Summary: Cons: The glass scratches EZ, I had for couple months wear it every day in the AC repair business and out door activities The temp sensor does not give an accurate reading because of body heat, It has to off your arm for 20 mins to give a accurate reading The illuminate light stays on only for 2 seconds at a time Pros Every thing else, I love the watch
Summary: So I am out in the Idaho wilderness having a great time. I bought this watch just for the trip! It's working great. I can see how high we are, know the temp, can see the weather pattern and best of all, know what direction we are headed by looking at my wrist. So I paddle and paddle and as we cross The 125 feet depth of a wilderness lake, the band fails and I watch my timepiece quickly flutter down into the depths! What a bummer.
Summary: This is a great tool. I have always owned Casio watches. Very useful features. I like the Atomic accuracy. The sensors are really accurate. The titanium band is durable and strong, although it did take some effort to adjust for my wrist.