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Casio Sport PRG-40-3VUR Pro Trek Triple Sensor Watch


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  • Comes with GPS
  • Shatter-resistant plastic window lens
  • Round high-performance and durable resin case with digital display
  • Durable and strong resin 23mm wide strap with buckle
  • Reliable quartz crystal movement technology for precise and accurate time keeping
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Watch Information
Brand Name Casio
Model number PRG-40-3VUR
Part Number PRG-40-3VUR
Item Shape Round
Dial Window Material Type Plastic
Display Type Digital
Clasp Type Buckle
Case Material Resin
Case Diameter 5.4 centimetres
Case Thickness 17.9 millimetres
Band Material Resin
Band Length Men's Standard
Band Width 23 millimetres
Band Colour Grey
Dial Colour Grey
Calendar Day - Date - Month - Year
Special Features GPS
Weight 299 grams
Movement Quartz
Warranty Type Seller

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 5 cm ; 299 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 998 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
  • Item model number: PRG-40-3VUR
  • ASIN: B000HZUW5G
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 April 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,049 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Designed with a large LCD display, the PRG-40 Protrek watch from Casio displays direction, altitude, barometric pressure and temperature readouts. Each of the compass, barometer and altitude functions of the watch is assigned to a separate button so data is always at your fingertips whenever you need it. The digital compass is designed to take real-time readings as you move around and will display direction as one of 16 points. These features and many more make this watch a valuable tool that can provide that extra margin of assurance that your outdoor adventures will be safe and successful whatever the terrain!

Product Description

Target Audience : Gent - Style : Sports - Item Shape : Round - Colors : Khaki/Black - Materials : Resin - Dimensions : 57mm x 53,8mm x - Movement Type : Quartz - Water Resistance : 10 atm - Glass : Mineral - epaisseur : 17.9 - - Spécifications : Chronograph, Compass, Altimeter, Barometer, Thermometer, Lighting

Customer Reviews

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77 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Jason Thorne on 23 Jun 2008
This is a really nice piece of kit from a Casio which is a step up from the G Shock range. The price of these changes a great deal depending on were you look so don't go rushing into it have a look around. This watch is a weather station on your wrist it's got everything that would even make Michael Fish look twice. It has a massive face which is really easy to read and the functions are really easy to adjust and operate. It has a function were you tilt your wrist to see what time it is and that then turns on the back light so the watch face looks like a Christmas tree!! I have to say Casio really have designed a nice hard wearing watch here that is not over priced and it looks alot more than what you actually paid for it. If you are thinking about buying one of these go for it I really can't fault this which for me is amazing because everything I buy I always huff and puff about how it could be better.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By masonk on 30 Nov 2008
I have also used this watch over four or five years and found it great even when scuba diving. Every weekend for two years this watch went under sea water to 20-40m no worries and would still work (even now if I changed the batteries). The Compass worked great under water too and with enough accuracy to be safe - I'm still here afterall. But as other reviewers have hinted changing the strap & batteries is a hefty investment, nearly the price of a new watch. So I bought the Suunto X-Lander because of the ease & price of changing batteries especially when travelling because not only expensive to change batteries but hard to find someone to do the changing too. Guess the Lumi would appeal more now but it wasn't out at the time I had to buy a new watch rather than batteries.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By T. Stainer on 5 Nov 2009
(Based on owning this watch for more than five years)

The first thing anyone notices about this watch is that it is big...huge in fact.

For me this isn't a major problem and in fact is exactly why my girlfriend (now wife) bought it for me - she knew I like gadgets and she knew most watches look like toys in comparison to my 6 ft 4in, 17-stone frame. It's one of the reasons the watch works for me.

So while it matches my size, I imagine smaller people would find their wrists and hands dwarfed and overpowered by this chunky watch. The face is around two inches across and the watch itself is more than half an inch deep.

While this is fine for outdoor activity, I struggle to get a shirt cuff over it - so be prepared to have your watch on show most of the time.

Keeping that mass on your wrist is a heavy-duty plastic strap, which sadly looks a little cheap considering the price of the watch. It's also strange that Casio decided to use a plastic strap in a watch primarily designed for active wearers - it encourages sweat build up and some big cavities on the underside of the watch and strap seem custom designed to catch that horrible, white, dirty crud that is left behind after a hot days climbing/skiing/walking.

My previous watch - another hefty beast of a G-shock - at least had a fabric strap and the option to change straps, which this watch lacks.

Billed as a "triple sensor Protrek" in the UK, the watch features altitude, temperature, direction and pressure readings - as well as telling the time and date. There are the usual alarm functions, although it's not the loudest alarm in the world and I've never trusted it to wake me up.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David Proud on 23 Aug 2009
Bought this model over 5 years ago. Turned out to be a very good robust watch! Although it does make you look like an action man! Usability of some of the functions is debatable (altimeter, barometer). I've a friend who is an air force navigator and immediately pointed out the inaccuracies of these functions even when supposedly corrected for environmental conditions , HOWEVER I can say, I used this watch in compass mode to trek across the Sahara desert and it never let me down! Even in the middle of a massive sand storm when I opted to keep moving by use of the compass. Got me to within a few metres of my objective with 5 mtrs visability for the entire day!

Did have a problems once the batteries ran out (admittedly after 5+ years) as once new batteries were fitted it never worked quite like it did previosuly!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Gordon Bennett on 23 Jan 2009
Had one of these now for almost 6 years , just recently had it in the jeweller's for battery replacement. This watch does so much it requires 4 batteries. But when they last this long , who cares. It will be intersting to see if the replacement batteries last as long as the factory fitted ones.
Excellent compass too if your 4x4 etc. doesn't have one.
Really as someone here has already stated, it's a weather station and navigation system in one. Very comfortable to wear, doesn't feel bulky at, to me anyway.
I buy Casio as they have always provided total reliability, unlike others I've had in the past.
If you do hillwalking etc: you can't do better than this.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. P. Chauhan on 13 July 2009
I've had this watch for many years and has given me a lot of joy. It is useful in many situations if you are an outdoors type.

One gripe I do have about the watch is it's sensor for temperature and also altitude. You need to primarily set the altimeter to a location you know. Sometimes it is right, other times wrong but you do need to check it is accurate on the day you set out.

If you are out and about in the middle of nowhere, you may need a map to reset the altimeter again.

The thermometer also is off by some centigrade since it takes into account your body heat. You need to take the watch off for a while to get a more accurate reading or go by an estimation by knocking off 7 or 8 degrees from the reading on your hand.

Otherwise, you can tell changes in atmospheric pressure and therefore work out whether there is an oncoming change in weather. It has other available odds and ends you would expect from a digital watch and the compass is absolutely fantastic.

It's just wise to know of a few things before you invest the money for this watch.
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