Casio® Pathfinder Fishing Watch for Men
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The Casio Pathfinder Fishing Watch is a terrific gift for the avid angler! This durable and stylish watch features a dual time display plus complete moon phase data and best fishing times. Additional features include a stopwatch, alarm mode, countdown timer, LED lighting and more. Boasting a 10-year battery life, this water resistant watch requires little maintenance. Face diameter: 1.18". Color: Gray
- Water-resistant to 100 meters
- LED lighting with Afterglow
- 1/100th-second stopwatch
- Countdown timer
- Three multi-function alarms plus snooze
- Hourly time signal
- 10-year battery life
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 14
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mike3199 Bad Battery
The watch is cool. I really enjoyed it. I only had the watch 1 1/2 years and the battery has died, so much for the 10 year battery life it claims to have.
February 28, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by akmkmc Nice Watch on a Bad Strap
I don’t have a big wrist. It may be a little smaller than most guys, but the Casio strap is small, like a kid's watch. I had to use the next-to-last hole in the strap. That put the buckle near the side of my wrist and near the bone. It was not comfortable. The funny thing is Casio uses a non-standard strap. You cannot find any strap to fit a Casio watch. It’s very narrow at the point it attaches to the watch. So you can only use a Casio strap. And guess what? You cannot find a longer strap.
January 16, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Chefpoet72 Nice fishing watch
Received this watch as a gift. I love it, though as one reviewer said the bottom digital face is a bit small and, yes, the band is a bit rough. But it's a very nice looking watch, has some excellent features to it, and is programable to very specific locations to give you accurate fishing times. Perhaps not perfect, but I love it!
April 4, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Salmon1 Nice watch
I bought this watch, I really like the watch face. works well. Took a little bit of searching to get it all set up with the moon and fish alarm and stuff, but basic operation is easy enough. I KNOW the fish alarm is dead spot on, cuz it always has a 3 or 4 fish and flashes "fish" at me, but of course I'm always at work, so it must be right.
Only downside I see to the watch is the band. It's pretty harsh, similar to a burlap bag thats been glued to make it stiffer. The band could be a tad longer too. My wrists aren't THAT huge, and I'm on the last hole of the band. Most other expensive watches I always have to have links taken out. I bought it for work and fishing, unfortunately I work more than I fish.
March 20, 2009
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