Casio PRW2500T-7 Pathfinder Titanium Watch

Casio
SKU: CASPRW2500T7 MFR: PRW2500T-7

Your Price:

$289.95

Product Highlights:

  • Triple Sensor
  • Altimeter
  • Barometer
  • Thermometer
  • Compass

About Casio PRW2500T-7 Pathfinder Titanium Watch

Casio PRW2500T-7 Pathfinder Titanium Watch
The Casio PRW2500T-7 Pathfinder Titanium Watch timepiece is able to work accurately even in the most difficult conditions. The tide function allows you to roughly see what the tide will be days in advance, which is perfect feature for anyone who sails. It is one of the best valued watches in the market today. It looks great and has more functions than most watches. The watch has everything you need. A tough design to resist damage and wear includes significant water resistance up to 200 meters. It packs a lot of sensors like temperature barometer, altimeter, and digital compass, has an atomic timekeeping feature, and is solar powered. It s very adjustable and it fits perfectly and it s not too heavy. The display has a lot going on but it s all easily noticeable. You will like the fact that you can look at the watch and see everything at one glance, like the moon, tide time, date, and barometric pressure. The Casio PRW2500T-7 Pathfinder Titanium Watch will suit your needs no matter what your interests are, whether for personal, business, or even military spec ops.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Casio PRW2500T-7 Pathfinder Titanium Watch Features

  • Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping
  • New Duplex LC Display
  • Triple Sensor
  • Altimeter/Barometer, Thermometer, Compass
  • Tough Solar Power
  • Water Resistant to 656' (200 meters)
  • Low Temperature Resistant
  • Luminous Backlight
  • Stopwatch
  • Countdown Timer
  • 12/24 Hour Formats
  • World Time (Up to 48 cities)
  • Tide and Moon Graphs
  • Accuracy +/- 15 Seconds per Month (with no signal calibration)
  • Solar Rechargeable Battery
  • Titanium Band
  • Owner's Manual

Casio PRW2500T-7 Pathfinder Titanium Watch Specifications

Length
2.22"
Width
1.99"
Height
0.60"
Series
Pathfinder
Band Material
Titanium
Water Resistant
656' 
Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping
Us, Uk, Germany, Japan
Receives Time Calibration Radio Signals
Yes
Auto Receive Function
Up To 6 Times Per Day
Manual Receive Function
Yes
Signal
Us Wwvb, Uk Msf, Germany Dcf77, Japan Jjy40/Jjy60
Frequency
Us 60Khz, Uk 60Khz, Germany 77.5Khz, Japan 40/60Khz
Tough Solar Power
Yes
Duplex Lc Display
Yes
Tide Graph
Yes
Moon Data
Yes
Digital Compass
Yes
Measuring Range
0 To 359 Degrees
Measuring Unit
1 Degree
Bearing Memory
Yes
Altimeter: Measuring Range
-700 To 10,000 M (-2,300 To 32,800 Ft) 
Altimeter: Measuring Unit
5 M (20Ft) 
Manual Memory Measurements
Up To 14 Records, Each Including Altitude, Date, Time
High Altitude / Low Altitude Memory
Yes
Total Ascent / Descent Memory
Yes
Others
Reference Altitude Setting, Altitude Differential
Weight [with packaging]
0.85 lb
Mfr #
SKU
CASPRW2500T7
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Shopper  What model year is it and does it change for DST to 2099?
LARRY W  I bought my PRW2500T in December 2012. I am not sure if the one being advertised now is a newer model or not. All of the features seem to be the same, and the face looks identical. My watch receives the radio signal just about every night, overnight and keeps the time correct to the second. It does automatically adjust for DST and back to Standard time. I have no idea if that feature would still work in 2099. What do you expect to change about the changeover by then? Actually, I have no idea why you would be concerned about that. Every piece of electronics has a limited lifetime. At some point, the electronics are going to "wear out." If this watch lasted half that long, I would very pleased and totally amazed, although I guess it would have to be one of my grandchildren or their grandchildren to see that the watch was still working in 2099! For this price, buy the watch, and enjoy the features for as long as it works!
Shopper  What model year is it and does it change for DST to 2099?
LARRY W  I bought my PRW2500T in December 2012. I am not sure if the one being advertised now is a newer model or not. All of the features seem to be the same, and the face looks identical. My watch receives the radio signal just about every night, overnight and keeps the time correct to the second. It does automatically adjust for DST and back to Standard time. I have no idea if that feature would still work in 2099. What do you expect to change about the changeover by then? Actually, I have no idea why you would be concerned about that. Every piece of electronics has a limited lifetime. At some point, the electronics are going to "wear out." If this watch lasted half that long, I would very pleased and totally amazed, although I guess it would have to be one of my grandchildren or their grandchildren to see that the watch was still working in 2099! For this price, buy the watch, and enjoy the features for as long as it works!
Shopper  What model year is it and does it change for DST to 2099?
LARRY W  I bought my PRW2500T in December 2012. I am not sure if the one being advertised now is a newer model or not. All of the features seem to be the same, and the face looks identical. My watch receives the radio signal just about every night, overnight and keeps the time correct to the second. It does automatically adjust for DST and back to Standard time. I have no idea if that feature would still work in 2099. What do you expect to change about the changeover by then? Actually, I have no idea why you would be concerned about that. Every piece of electronics has a limited lifetime. At some point, the electronics are going to "wear out." If this watch lasted half that long, I would very pleased and totally amazed, although I guess it would have to be one of my grandchildren or their grandchildren to see that the watch was still working in 2099! For this price, buy the watch, and enjoy the features for as long as it works!
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