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Casio Pro-Trek Men's Radio Controlled Solar Powered Triple Sensor Combi Watch PRW-5000-1ER with Resin Strap

49 customer reviews

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  • Comes with stop watch timer
  • Protective scratch-resistant hard mineral crystal lens
  • Round high-performance and durable resin case with analogue - digital display
  • Durable and strong resin strap
  • Water resistant to 100 metres

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand Name PRO TREK
Model number PRW-5000-1ER
Part Number PRW-5000-1ER
Model Year 2013
Item Shape round
Dial Window Material Type Mineral
Display Type analogue - digital
Clasp Type Buckle
Case Material Resin
Case Diameter 49 millimetres
Case Thickness 14 millimetres
Band Material Resin
Band Colour black
Dial Colour blue
Calendar day-date-month-year
Special Features Stop Watch
Weight 91 Grams
Movement Quartz
Water Pressure Resistance 10 bar
Warranty Type Amazon 2 Year Warranty
Warranty Description 2 years

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.9 x 1.4 x 5.7 cm ; 91 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 422 g
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  • Item model number: PRW-5000-1ER
  • ASIN: B0039UT5N6
  • Date first available at 1 Jan. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,045 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Product Description

Product Description

The high performing PRW-5000 is the newest addition to the Pro-Trek range. The watch features three analogue hands and an LCD for displaying compass bearing, altitude, atmospheric pressure and temperature.

Box Contains

  • Pro-Trek PRW-5000-1ER watch
  • Instruction manual
  • 2 year guarantee

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Venton on 8 Jan. 2012
This watch is amazing really. It is always spot on to the second accurate - due to atomic time sync. That in itself is reason enough to buy it.
It is self sufficient in that it is solar powered so no worries about batteries running out. Big plus.
I personally like the barometer graphing function which can be set to be on permanent display. The shape of the graph gives a good indication of improving or deteriorating weather - this is one of my favourite features of the watch. It's a mini weather station.
I'm not so bothered about the altimeter, or thermometer. I guess if you were camping and took the watch off it might be interesting to take the temperature.
The compass is really a good feature, if you got stuck out in fog walking it might be a real help to get you back to a road or whatever. You won't use it as main navigation device for serious orienteering but it is neat. Also if you got lost in a city, it would at least re-orient you.
The hands are not luminous, which is probably the only minus for me, I am used to luminous hands.
But a neat feature is that it will turn on the light if you tilt it to your face. This only happens if it detects it is dark, so again a handy feature when driving at night etc. Cleverly it detects that it is facing you, and not hanging down by your side before it switches on the light.
It has all the other functions such as stopwatch, countdown, world time.
It is surprisingly light and comfy to wear.
I personally chose this watch because of the analogue hands, this gives it a certain amount of gravitas which pure lcd could never have.
Another neat thing is that it has self aligning hands so they always point spot on correct, eg the second hand is always pointing to the tick marks round the edge.
I think it is a lot of watch for not much money. Hey compare it to the price of a Rolex, it's less than a bezel insert for one of those.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Chrisstew on 1 Jan. 2011
Well, from the previous review, I was expecting an enormous behemoth of a watch. I was pleasantly surprised that in fact, while large, it is neither huge nor heavy - about the same size as any other sports watch. The instruction manual on the other hand..... what a beast!!
Easy to set up (using the manual), easy to learn the functions and very pleasing on the eye. I wish i could have justified the extra cost of the titanium version but i am still very pleased with this one.
Other reviewers of the Titanium version have questioned the battery life. The manual is quite clear about managing battery life and if you follow this (loosely) then you will have no problem. I can imagine if you sit in a darkened room all day and night, playing with all the functions, you may struggle but it is supposed to be an outdoors watch and as such, recharges whilst in use. But like i say, i have had no problem with day to day use and battery life - i don't take the watch off to charge it during the day and it sits in a darkened room overnight.
So overall, very functional (as long as you read the manual once), very easy on the eye - great buy!
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By MJ Rees on 4 Mar. 2011
This watch is absolutely what I was after. I have had previous pro trek watches but the digital kind, until I lost it and find them very nice to look at, very easy to use, once you have read the manual and very robust.

I went for the rubber strap version of this watch, as last time when buying the digital version I bought the Titanium version. The Titanium straps are not robust and infact in 7 years I got through 4 titanium straps that have to be fitted by Casio at a cost.

The rubber strap is far better and will definately not pop open like the titanium strap. As for the functions, it has already been said on previous reviews. Everything you require for a hiker like myself. I particularly like the radio controlled time setting. Very easy to use and keep the watch accurate. No more battery changes is also a strong selling point and the watch goes to sleep at night. When I say sleep, I mean the second hand stops and the digital bit switches off to save you power as it is solar powered. Unless of course you are wearing it and then it does not sleep.

A very comprehensive watch, albeit expensive, but compare it to a Suunto and IMO it far outclasses the best of them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Orlando on 19 Sept. 2012
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As a keen walker, had been hankering after one of these Pro-Treks for a while & had decided this was the one to get - cheaper & more practical than the more expensive titanium models & more attractive/easier to use than the digitals. When the price dropped by about 20% from what it had been for some time, which made it about half the price you saw advertised elsewhere, I thought it was time to pounce. I have not been disappointed - it is an excellent watch. Yes, it is decidedly chunky, but it sits nicely on the wrist, is comfortable & (to my eyes!) attractive in a macho, outdoorsy sort of way. Haven't fully mastered all the functions & that certainly takes some time. Despite setting a reference altitude (as it suggests), I'm still getting quite variable readings on different occasions, so I shall be interested to see if/how that settles down. One thing I (stupidly) hadn't considered is that, for the solar cell to work, the watch has to be exposed to light, so you can't shut it away in a drawer for days on end, which I might have done as I don't necessarily wear it on a daily basis - it now has its own privileged spot on the window-sill!
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