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Casio Pro-Trek Men's Radio Controlled Solar Digital Watch PRW-2500-1ER with Resin Strap


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  • Radio controlled watch with, solar powered, alarm and back light
  • Protective scratch-resistant hard mineral crystal lens
  • Round high-performance and durable resin case with digital display
  • Durable and strong resin strap
  • Water resistant to 200 metres
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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand Name PRO TREK
Model number PRW-2500-1ER
Part Number PRW-2500-1ER
Model Year 2013
Item Shape round
Dial Window Material Type Mineral
Display Type digital
Clasp Type Buckle
Case Material Resin
Case Diameter 5.1 centimetres
Case Thickness 15 millimetres
Band Material Resin
Band Length Men's Standard
Band Width 27
Band Colour black
Dial Colour grey
Calendar Day, date Month
Special Features radio controlled, Solar Powered, alarm, Back Light
Weight 82 Grams
Movement Quartz
Water Pressure Resistance 20 bar
Warranty Type Manufacturer
Warranty Description 2 years

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 5 cm ; 82 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 381 g
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  • Item model number: PRW-2500-1ER
  • ASIN: B005KK0KE6
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 16 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,494 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Product Description

This new design comes with enhanced Duplex LCD for greater visibility and features Multi-Band 6, Solar Atomic, Triple Sensor technology coupled with Sunrise/Sunset Data, making this one of the most powerful and necessary tools for the outdoor adventurer.

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By bannonj on 3 Jun. 2012
Having previously owned a Protrek Prg-40 I expected great things from the PRW-2500 and I wasn't disappointed. The pictures on the web all showed the home screen of the watch with the tide graph taking up a large proportion of the face. However this can be turned off and replaced with the current year, as part of the date, if preferred. It still appears on the second screen along with the moon phase. The time and date on the second screen can be adjusted to check the tide/moon phase at any time or date without affecting the time and date on the main screen.

The radio control time works perfectly once it's set to the nearest city in it's data bank. (This city is also used to judge the tides). I also have a radio controlled clock and the time on both is exactly the same to the second. The moon phase display is 100% accurate.

The barometer works better than on the Prg-40 and as the graph stays on the home screen it's easy to predict weather changes.

The countdown timer has changed from the Prg-40 also. The earlier model allowed continuous countdown timing which I found useful for starting runners at orienteering events. On the PRW-2500 this is not possible or if it is I can't figure out how to do it.

I have never found electronic compasses to be as accurate as the real thing but they are useful as back up or in emergencies. The compass on the PRW-2500 is very similar to other electronic compasses I have tried including the Prg-40. It is good enough for emergencies or as backup.

The altimeter suffers from the same problems as the earlier protrek models. Because it operates by atmospheric pressure it needs to be set before a trip and will still not be accurate if the atmospheric pressure changes while you're hiking.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SO8 on 15 Feb. 2012
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I bought this after getting another less well specified Protrek ... I was worried it would be too big and heavy on my wrist but it isn't ! It is a sizeable watch but weighs hardly anything and fits around my wrist easily and comfortably. You don't really notice it is on.

Build quality is excellent and the face is clear and in real life looks far better than the pictures. The overall look of the watch is dark so it doesn't stand out too much. I thought the orange/red 'N' on the dial and the buttons would make it look a bit cheap but I was totally wrong.

The display is busy but very, very easy to read. No digits are too small or too big - just right.

I wanted the tide time for me to see so this watch seemed a logical purchase. The compass display being on a separate layer makes it clear and as far as I can tell, very accurate. The altimeter and temperature are not too good for me - the temperature is affected by the watch being on your wrist ... so unless it has been laying somewhere for say 20 minutes you will not get an accurate reading. For the altimeter I set a reference height for my home but as it works on air pressure it is not reliable and changes daily. It is easy to set though so if you go walking setting a height to begin with should mean it is accurate. The barometer graph on the main display is small but clear and useful.

Atomic timekeeping has been spot on and has sync'd every night without fail.

Buttons are easy to press and the auto light on is a nice little feature.

Overall I would highly recommend this watch but do try on first if you have small wrists or are worried about it's size. I have 21cm wrists so can take a larger watch without issue. The watch has everything you could need and more but in my opinion looks far smarter than other 'busy' Casio's like the G Shock range.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By haru on 20 Mar. 2013
Before I even decided on this watch I had a list of required functions that included atomic clock synch, compass, automatic DST adjustment and a GPS. I dropped the GPS function when I saw what this watch did. I found the youtube reviews, I read the online manuals, I read the amazon reviews. After seeing all this material I knew that this was the watch I wanted.

Eventually - I bought it and it arrived quick smart. The first thing that surprises you is the size of the user manual. Its 3/4 inch thick. Seriously. It does have multiple languages in there but thats not to take away from the fact that the list of features on this watch is huge. The designers have meticulously thought out the functions and features and physical design of this watch to a T. They must have put thousands of hours of ideas and testing and designing into this unit. And they did a great job.

The next thing that strikes you about this watch is the face. Its large. It looks large but wears normall. I say this because the screen crams a lot of information onto the screen, but without over cramming. It wears normal because although the size seems big, the way the face sits into the strap and bezel casing merges so well as to reduce the overall "footprint" of this on your wrist.

You can read elsewhere about the functions on this watch. All the functions work well. And if you understand how the altimiter and barometer work - you will understand their limitations. This is the worst feature of the watch, which is to really say there are no serious flaws in this watch. You wont buy this watch because it has an altimeter but its useful to have. You wont buy this watch because it has a barometer but its useful to have.

Some bottom line observations.
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