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Casio Men’s Pathfinder MultiBand Solar Atomic Ultimate Watch

Perfect for rugged adventurers and weekend warriors, the solar-powered Casio Pathfinder men's sport watch is loaded with a digital compass and altimeter/barometer/thermometer--perfect for both...read more


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Product Features

  • Quartz movement
  • Tough Solar Power; Shock Resistant; Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow
  • World Time - 29 times zones (30 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off
  • Water resistant up to 660 feet (200 M)
  • Water-resistant to 660 feet (200 M)

Product Description

Perfect for rugged adventurers and weekend warriors, the solar-powered Casio Pathfinder men's sport watch is loaded with a digital compass and altimeter/barometer/thermometer--perfect for both mountain trekking and cave spelunking. It also includes tide and moon graphs and moon age data, and is very precise thanks to its atomic timekeeping features. The durable round watch case (measuring 50.5mm/1.98 inches wide) and bracelet are made of titanium, which is nearly 50 percent lighter than steel, but 30 percent stronger. It's also particularly resistant to salt water corrosion, as well as hypo-allergenic--perfect for those with metal allergies.

The altimeter offers 5-meter measurements from -700 to 10,000 meters, and it can store altitude, month, date and time data, provide tendency and differential graphs, track cumulative ascent/descent, and sound an alarm when you reach a specified altitude. The watch also has a digital compass with 16 points of measurement displayed on the dial face. Other environmental and timekeeping features include:

  • Barometer with atmospheric pressure tendency/differential graphics
  • Thermometer
  • World Time: 29 times zones (30 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off
  • 5 daily alarms
  • 1/100 second stopwatch with 24-hour capacity and elapsed/split time modes and 1st-2nd place times
  • Countdown timer with 60-minute range
  • Auto Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099)
This watch also features a ±20-second accuracy per month, Afterglow backlighting, and water resistance to water resistance to 200 meters (660 feet)--which will stand up to the rigors of recreational scuba diving. This solar-powered watch has a battery life of up to 5 months on a full charge (without further exposure to light).

This multi-band radio-controlled watch receives a time calibration signal transmitted from several locations across the globe (the U.S., UK, Germany, and Japan), and it has an auto receive function (up to 6 times per day). You can choose to automatically receive this signal four times a day, or manually update the watch to the atomic clock.

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5 Responses to “Casio Men’s Pathfinder MultiBand Solar Atomic Ultimate Watch”

  1. J. DelPrete says:

    Simple to use, Intuitive, Great Looking, Love it
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    I use to have a High gear wacth which basically did all the same stuff as this watch, less the tidal and moon phase info, but damn it was so convoluted to use. This watch I have only had for a week now and so far even after spending an hour or so with the 1″ thick manual (it’s not that bad) this watch is really very straight forward to use. It really can’t be any easier to figure out. Let me list some ket features I like.

    1. While the watch is a bit big its not huge at all. More importantly the watch rounds down to your arm in such a way as to not always catch your dress shirt sleeve on it. I have an office job and my old High gear watch stuck up so much it always caught my shirt and would never fit under th cuff. Not this watch.

    2. The auto light funtion. This works when your twist your wrist at 40 degree towards your face the light turns on. Now, you can turn this functin on or off easily. I turned it on and was nice but then I cound it always going on at night as I toss and turn a lot in bed…your choice but you have the option of auto on or on when you want to the the light button.

    3. Moon phase data is accurate and simple to read, period…

    4. Todal data is too soon to tell but the level of the (spring or neap tides) should be very accurate. Actual tidal data from beach to beach is really impossible to predict as they can vary by say 15 minutes or more just within miles in reality. Time will only tell here and so far I am tracking the accuracy with a tidal app on my iphone which I can tune for specific beaches along the atlantic coast.

    5. World Time function. This is really nice as I do travel several time zones a lot. My old watch had 2 tim zones and that was cool. But this one I can choose time zones based on spefic citis in certain countries. Such as Tokyo, Sydney, New York City, etc and this can all be done with a push of a button.

    6. Atomic update is great. I never take it off and have checked every day to make sure it is still synching up and it it on the first time every time.

    All in all I just love it….so far…

  2. J. Cheevers says:

    Worst Watch Ever
    Rating:1 out of 5 stars
    I am currently deployed to Northern Iraq. I got this watch four months ago and since I have had it it has been nothing but a waste of money. I’m an Forward Observer and like to hike and do land nav. This watches accuracy is horrendous. In the first 2 months I had to re calibrate it. At one point it was off by 11 degrees. If I relied on this watch on a normal land nav course I’d need binoculars to find my destination at 3km distances between points. Where I am deployed right now, its the rainy season. I haven’t seen the sun in 2 weeks. The watch is constantly low despite my trying to charge it under fluorescent lights. The 5 month claim made by Casio certainly is a stretch. I didn’t think that the difference in the band being stainless steel and the watch made of titanium would be that bad, but when I got the watch, if you look at it for more than 2 seconds the difference in materials is so stark it might as well slap you in the face.

    In all the watches functions are terrible and its aesthetics are just as bad. This watch was a complete waste of money. Some of the other guys in my company have suunto’s and they seem to be a little more reliable.

  3. David D. Tucker says:

    Big, Beautiful and Accurate
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    I wasn’t really in the market for another watch, but when my son, the Marine, told me he had a Casio G-Shock he loved I, naturally, went to Amazon.com and started looking into what Casio had to offer. I’m old enough to remember when Casio put out its first LCD watches back when the tuning fork Accutron was the cutting edge watch. I’ve owned several Casios over the years, and those were mostly of the lower end variety I used as scrub time pieces which I discarded like cheap sunglasses. Over the years I got away from the casio watches since they were mostly of the same watch face design with the familiar LCD screen which I grew bored with. BUT during those ‘lost’ years Casio really made great progress in their watch designs and cutting edge technologies which I discovered only recently to my joy. While looking through all that Casio offered and reading many of the reviews accompanying the different styles I came across this Pathfinder model 3134, and I was almost hooked until I saw that Amazon’s price was way below what its MRSP price of $400 was – then I was sold. I really like the look of the watch; the many features it offers; the titanium band and bezel; the solar and atomic automatic calibrating of the time and battery functions; and the overall appearance. I ordered it, received it, and after adjusting the band to fit my wrist, fits on my arm like it was meant to be there. The directions are great for adjusting all the functions contained in the watch and recalibrating it to fit my area of the country – ie. the Southeast. The only thing I really had to change was all the measurements to English instead of metric as that’s what I’m most familiar with. The only other adjustment/calibration I had to perform was the altimeter setting. All other calibrations weren’t necessary as they all were reasonably accurate and within close proximity of what I was able to compare the measurements with. Since I’m not going to use it as stringently as some reviewers seem to want, it fits my every need excellently. Afterall, is it really necessary for the barometric pressure reading to exactely match that of what weather stations report since their reports usually have considerable time lags involved. The compass is right on the mark, the altimeter and temperature is very accurate as are the other measurements. In short, I love it!

    About adjusting the titanium band: This is the only possible feature that may pose a temporary problem, but after thinking about it I had no trouble in adjusting the band. You don’t really have to get a special tool or any complicated, specialized impliments to adjust this band as it’s very easy once you’ve made the decision to do it yourself. Here’s how I adjusted my band: First, look at the inside of the band’s links and locate the arrows which indicate the direction the link pins need to be pushed out. Straighten one end of a small metal paperclip to use as a drift punch and grasp the paperclip with wirepliers so you can apply enough pressure on the pins to force them through the other side of the link. After the pins have been forced part way to the other side of the link, use the wirepliers to pull them the rest of the way out. There is a very small metal sleeve type of roll pin that is located on the inside of the inner area of each link. This roll pin sleeve is used as a holding mechanism that prevents the pin from working out of each link through movement and is an important element of the band’s strength to stay intact. Be careful to watch for this sleeve to fall out and be prepared to put it back in the inner link when you’re ready to put the metal link pin back. Remove the number of links needed for the band to fit your wrist and put the band back together. Walla! You’re done!

  4. William E. Packard says:

    Nice watch!!
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    OK. I went a bit overboard, and got a bunch of features I don’t need. We don’t have much tidal action in Denver. I started out wanting a new G-Shock to replace my favorite watch EVER, that died after several years of use. All I wanted was atomic time, and solar recharging. I spent to much time looking at alternatives, and wound up with this watch. I love it! It is a bit bigger than I expected, but all of my other G-Shocks were, too. I get used to it. The features are excellent, the buttons are actually useful, it keeps awesome time, it’s easy to read and understand, and it is good looking. Everything works as expected, as long as you don’t expect this do anything except keep time with a high level of precision. The other stuff give you a very good idea of reality, but it’s a watch first. A really fun watch to have, but still a watch. If the price is OK with you, buy it. You won’t be sorry. Guilt feelings, maybe, but never sorry.

  5. Michael Khoury says:

    P.O.S. that needs replacement or refund
    Rating:1 out of 5 stars

    Like others have stated, I cannot get the Altimeter function to work at all over a 24 hour period. My co-worker also has the same problem. Yesterday his showed -60 ft and today it is at +220 ft all from the same desk. My new expensive PAW-1500T-7V ALTIMETER NEVER WORKED even with the Casio Tech Center CONFIRMING the adjustments with my local temp / barometric pressure. They had me pay shipping to the California repair center that replaced module sensors. I found after repair & return that the altimeter still continued to swing from +40 TO -60 TO + 220 TO -120 all from my same location (which is elev. 33ft.) This watch altimeter will not work over a 24 hr period if you switch to any other mode(time, etc.)overnight. I was then told to send it to the New Jersey repair center(again I was to pay that shipping cost) by a nice customer agent who told me to ask about the replacement policy. The next New Jersey agent told me that replacement was only if they could not repair the watch. The next day, I was left a message that the new Jersey repair center found that my watch was working and they could find no problems. I immediately returned their call and asked that they verified over a 24 hour period that it would keep a reasonable altimeter reading before they returned it to me. I was told the repair center supervisor was on the other line and could not talk to me. I left my phone number and asked if he could please call me back. No call from the supervisor that day, just an e-mail that my watch was shipped back to me that afternoon.

    One of my original repair requests to the California repair center was regarding the moon adjusting function which I assume has some relation to the tide function. On about 11-10-09 I have now discovered that “high tide” adjustment will not remain on any evening (PM) settings, only daytime (AM). Another function that does not work on a new watch! I will begin an uphill battle to get a full refund, hopefully with all my shipping costs.

    I warn you that if you get a bad Casio watch, you’re out the money and time wasted with any and all problems. I love how New Jersey repair center just ships it back to you as if you’re an idiot with no information as to the problems you’ve experienced with your watch.

    It’s your money, ARE YOU WILLING TO TAKE THE CHANCE???!!!!


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