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Discussion in 'Watches' started by cowsmilk, May 16, 2013.
Casio PRG-50 Pathfinder: Solar powered so I never have to worry about battery power. This baby made it through two Iraq deployments and measured the 132 degree temp pretty accurately.
Suunto Core. I'm a big Suunto fan. My previous watch was the Vector. Great watches.
I LOVE Casio Pathfinder watches. I feel your pain with the bright yellow buttons. My PRG-50 has a teal colored button for the light. I covered it with some flat black nail polish.
I love it. I'm saving up for an Auto T100 next. Its on my grail list.
This was my beater watch, it gotten beaten so much it died. Suunto now got its hands on it and put the new black bezel on it, replaced the glass and fixed the button that was broken. It looks brand new again!
Edit: this model is a quite unique Suunto Core. It has got the casing of the original Light Black model (with the silver colored buttons), and it has the bezel of the current Regular Black model.
A factory made "One of a kind", you can not buy it like this.
New Croton Automatic. I will try it out for a bit.
Where are you guys picking up the deep blues !?
Forgot to post this today
I might have to try that. I contacted casio about switching out the buttons. It was a no go. How does the polish hold up?
Found mine on eBay for a deal. Also ShopNBC has them too... Deep Blue on occasion has a few styles but of course not the ones I can afford.
Kickin it with the Seiko today. I will probably switch over to the Deep Blue when I go out tonight.
Just noticed my date is wrong.... Oopsie. Gotta change that when I get to work.
Anyone here with a Pathfinder/Protrek & a 6" wrist by any chance?
I went watch-shopping offline yesterday (doesn't happen very often anymore) to see how big they actually are in the flesh, but as it turns out no one actually sells these in my town. I found some G-Shocks and they still looked ok on my flimsy wrists, but I believe the triple sensor watches are even bigger? I'm willing to look silly for the features it comes with, but it's got to be doable at least. Anyone here that can share their experience before I order?
I believe that's a 240 up there with the yellow buttons btw? If so there are at least two versions of it with grey or black buttons, perhaps you could still trade it in?
My most utilized watches so far; the Victorinux summit relieved by either of the two timex expeditions; this after I lost an all black steel Swiss Army which was a rare find.
Can't seem to get this off my wrist.
Sent from my iPhone because the other phone is charging!
mine is from watchobsession,im in the uk though,but you can google deep blue watches