Mens Casio Pro Trek Wave Ceptor Tough Solar Alarm Chronograph Watch PRW-2000-1ER


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4.6/5 Based on 10 customer reviews

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Update to the PRW-1500-1ER, this model is nicknamed the "Punta Baretti", part of the Italian section of the Mont Blanc mountains. Built for professionals of the outdoors, this boast Altimeter, Barometer, Thermometer and Compass, in addition to chronograph, alarms, world time and countdown timer. The movement uses Wave Ceptor technology to ensure it is always accurate when you need it, and the Tough Solar movement keeps the watch charged for you. The case is a mixture of impact resistant Resin and stainless steel, making the watch comfortable with a high grade resin strap.

  • Brand: Casio
  • Gender: Gents
  • Model Name: Pro Trek Wave Ceptor Tough Solar
  • Movement Source: Japanese
  • EAN: 4971850433897
  • Guarantee: 2 years
  • Packaging: Casio packaging
  • MPN: PRW-2000-1ER
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  • Official Casio presentation box
  • Official Casio guarantee
  • Instruction manual (where applicable)
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Size and Fit

  • Case depth approx.: 12.00mm
  • Case width approx.: 51.00mm

Features and Functions

  • Alarm: Yes
  • Backlight: Yes
  • Chronograph: Yes
  • Movement: Tough solar
  • Radio Controlled: Yes

Materials and Care

  • Analogue/Digital: Digital
  • Primary Material: Stainless Steel and Resin
  • Case Shape: Circle
  • Clasp type: Strap buckle
  • Dial Colour: LCD
  • Strap colour: Black
  • Strap Type: Rubber
  • Water Resistance: 100 metres

Ratings and Reviews

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Average rating: 4.6 / 5
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jlatto | Wed 18th December 2013 |

I bought the watch for hiking and other outdoor activities, as I wear more formal watch on daily basis. This was also my first Casio.

The watch is much lighter than one would expect, and it is not nearly as bulky and IMO ugly as the G-Shock series. Almost surprising compact. This is also the main flaw of the watch, as it doesnt feel as riged as I thought it would.

All functions work fine, although the compass could have been more accurate. And as every other review and the manual of the watch states, temperature function is useless.

7 out of 14 people found this review helpful
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Bart | Fri 6th September 2013 |

Tough watch but height is very good.
Pleasant wristband.

Time: readability figures is very good.
Sunrise / sunset / world time: great feature.
Stopwatch / timer: ok
Alarm: Big minus = Not applicable to wake up. Only for reminders
Radio controlled: ok
Auto light: Very nice and very convenient. When tilting pulse goes light on automatically.
Power saving mode: After a time no movement off watch out. Useful.
Compass: Is perfect.
Barometer / thermometer: Handy. Temperature difficult to calibrate.
Altimeter: ok + recording.

Very happy with this watch. Very helpful and useful but lightweight.
Only alarm is useless for waking up.

17 out of 26 people found this review helpful
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Tom | Mon 22nd July 2013 |

The watch is fantastic - very sturdy and high quality materials used making it perfect as an outdoors watch. The face is quite big which some may not like however I do!. The features are also great in addition to being very accurate: I have tested the compass and altimeter and they are spot on - very useful features for someone who spends a lot of time hiking/trail running/orienterring/armed forces etc. Overall I am extremely pleased with it, although it may be slightly overpriced but definitely not vastly.

9 out of 16 people found this review helpful
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Koo | Sun 2nd June 2013 |

Great watch, does what it says on the tin, is tough and sturdy and easy to use with lots of gadgets, perfect.

6 out of 13 people found this review helpful
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Jav Chow | Sat 23rd March 2013 |

Great looking Pro trek watch, last one lasted 5 years then the strap broke, watch still going strong, but could not get a strap for it, so decided to treat myself to another, this watch is very comfortable on the wrist as it has a bracket on the inside of the strap, unlike the last one.
Very easy to set up and use, alarm sound and hourly signal could have done with being a bit louder.
Very happy with purchase .

6 out of 14 people found this review helpful
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Eric | Wed 6th March 2013 |

The slim design of the watch fits nicely on the wrist. Using and setting up the watch is fairly intuitive, in that I was able set alarms, use the world time etc. while on holiday without the manual. I would say the alarm is a bit quieter than my previous Casio watch. I dont think you would hear it outside with a coat on. The display is dimmer than the pictures seem to suggest but no dimmer than all the other LCD watches, even being solar powered. Ill leave commenting on the Alt, Baro and compass function usability to those who need them.
My main dislike, and this goes for all the watches with plastic straps is the length of the strap. With a small wrist the strap wraps back round on itself and the buckle is not in the middle of the wrist.

8 out of 14 people found this review helpful
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A.Robinson | Mon 30th April 2012 |

You have made a very big mistake declining my card on your faulty website and now saying its dispatched ,please you better have not debited money and closed my account.Take the order back.

10 out of 26 people found this review helpful
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Heston | Sat 31st March 2012 |

This is the second watch ive brought from watchshop as they offer an amazing service. this is my 3rd Protrek and must say is prob the best one ive got. i own a prg80 and 240t but wanted a less military looking watch for eveyday. and this one is very slim. as with all protreks it does what is says on the box. prw2500 next!

7 out of 15 people found this review helpful
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vlad | Sat 24th March 2012 |

nice watch.takes a bit of time to get familiar with it,becouse too many gadgets.

9 out of 18 people found this review helpful
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Mike C | Sat 14th January 2012 |

Being my first ABC (altimeter-barometer-compass) watch, I had to read through the printed manual that comes with it, to get a full understanding of all the features. After one week of use, I haven’t come to regret my choice one bit. This is the thinnest of all the ABC watches from the Casio Pro Trek line-up, and I can concur to that, as the watch sits rather flush on the wrist and is reasonably light at 70 grams. The watch certainly looks better in person than in the pictures. Underneath the watch, where the resin band meets the case, there are two plastic fins which help it sit comfortably on the wrist. I have not experienced any problems with pinched or pulled arm hairs, as I have read some users complain. The duplex LCD is a nice feature as it allows for a comprehensive data display in all modes. The contrast is great, the digits are big and easy to read even in low light, and it has full E.L. backlight to use in the dark.
I got a strong signal (level 3) reception to sync the watch with the atomic time calibration signal, which is all the more impressive seeing as I live almost at the edge of the signal coverage area. This means I will never have to fiddle with setting the time, date and DST ever again, as it is all done automatically with the sync.
The solar power (Tough Solar) is a great feature, as I need not worry about battery replacement. The watch arrived with the battery on M(edium) level, but after half an hour in the sun it went to H(igh) level and it has stayed at H ever since, even though I wear the watch under my sleeve.
Other great functions of the watch are sunset/sunrise time based on latitude/longitude for any given date, 24 h CDT and Stopwatch, 5 daily alarms, 48 city world time, to name but a few. The compass can store in the memory a direction reading and display that reading as you take subsequent measurements, so you can easily find your bearing outdoors.
The buttons are not hard to press, and the design of the case prevents accidental button operation.
I have found the watch sensor to be fairly accurate in altimeter-barometer-compass modes, although calibration of the altimeter is recommended. In order to get accurate temperature readings, the watch should be taken off the wrist, or it will give erroneous readings due to body temperature. This however, is an issue with all Casio ABC watches.
The watch (made in Japan) is very well built, with good quality materials. The resin band is sturdy but not rigid.
Regarding the purchase, I can highly recommend Watchshop, as the purchase went without a hitch. The watch was well packaged and delivered to me on time.
To sum up, this is one the most feature packed ABC watches there is, and I am very pleased with my choice.

21 out of 28 people found this review helpful
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