Published on February 19th,2009 at 5:55 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Casio’s New Protrek PRX-2000T Watch

Dedicated to those who love trekking, here’s Casio’s latest Protrek watch, the PRX-2000T. Protrek watches give you bearing, barometric pressure, altitude temperature, tide graph, etc… This is Casio’s first ultra slim model at only 11.3mm thick and will be sold in Japan from April 1st for 99,750 Yen (€850).

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  • zsdasd

    damn it’s ugly

  • hele

    it is so beautiful, and the price is beautiful too

  • Nitram

    to zsdasd
    You probably have no taste in quality, so, go hug your ipod and waste some more hours on Facebook, thanks.

  • andersemanuel

    to Nitram.. zsdasd had an opinion on the watch.. and you tried to ridicule him?
    please post your own opinion without personal attacks..
    If not, people will stop using boards like this

  • Elprofezam

    I think is a nice and functionality watch for the people who knows the price and warranty i hope see this watch In my country because for me is necessary.

  • Alfa

    Nice watch, but the price it’s insane. And stupid. And greedy. Very greedy.

  • Emilio2000

    The Casio 2000T looks nice, but does it have any new features?

    I have been waiting for years for just one simple feature that NONE of the Casio watches yet has: two simple counters for repeated up and down travel, such as for skiers, snowboarders, runners, hikers, and cyclists:

    1) A counter showing the total vertical distance covered in a day;
    2) A counter showing the total number of runs (either uphill or downhill).

    Why is it so difficult for Casio to add these two simple counters?

    They should add these, and in then they can simplify the watch by removing the memories and graphs. Who needs those? When I run or ski up and down hills, I don’t have the time to fiddle with the watch to record my current position. And I don’t need any detailed history. All I need is the total at the end of the day.

    Unfortunately, Casio has nothing to offer in this direction.



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