Casio Men's ProTrek Triple Sensor Solar Watch

Casio Men's ProTrek Triple Sensor Solar Watch is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Casio Men's ProTrek Triple Sensor Solar Watch
Casio Men's ProTrek Triple Sensor Solar Watch
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Take on the great outdoors with the Casio ProTrek Triple Sensor Solar Watch. This watch is designed to perform outside and uses a Tough Solar Power rechargeable battery to power the device. The digital compass, altimeter, barometer and thermometer features make this an essential piece of gear. Water and low temperature resistance allows you to explore any environment. Five alarm options and a calendar ensure you never miss an appointment.


  • Uses Tough Solar Power technology to harness available light sources to recharge battery
  • Battery lasts nine months on full charge without exposure to light
  • Water resistant up to 100 meters for aquatic training
  • Resists low temperatures of -10C or 14F
  • Built in altimeter to measure relative altitude and log data
  • Digital compass with bidirectional calibration and Northerly calibration function
  • Barometer tracks atmospheric pressure changes and graphs pressure
  • Includes a convenient thermometer
  • Five daily alarms including one snooze alarm
  • World Time map with 31 time zones, city name display, and daylight savings on/off modes
  • Sunrise and sunset times with daylight pointers
  • Full auto LED Super Illuminator backlight with Afterglow for low-light conditions
  • 1/10 second stopwatch measures elapsed time, split time, and first through second place times
  • Countdown timer ranges from 1 minute to 24 hours
  • Full auto calendar with preprogrammed dates to year 2099
  • Power saving function helps your battery last longer between recharging
  • Battery power indicator lets you keep track of when to reboot


  • Watch Materials: Resin
  • Water Resistant: 100m
  • Display Format: 12/24 hour formats
  • Measuring Capacity: 999:59’59.99”
  • Alarm Clock: 5
  • Power Source: Solar rechargeable battery
  • Power Duration: 9 months without light exposure
  • Dimensions: 54.6mm x 52.4mm x 14.4mm
  • Weight: 67g
  • Manufacturer’s Warranty: 1 year limited
  • Brand: Casio
  • Style: PRG270-1
  • Country of Origin: Imported


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice watch but...forget the A in the ABC sensor. This is a decent watch with a lot of features for the money. If you were to make the comparison, (as many have), between the SUUNTO Core and this watch, I think you will find many similarities. However, the price of the SUUNTO is typically over $300 dollars. Is that watch THAT much better than the Pro Trek? I use to have a G-Shock and feel, and would believe, that The Pro Trek is not as durable as the G-Shocks mainly because of the sensor on the Pro Trek is exposed. Yet the Pro Trek does seem to be quite durable and is extremely water resistant. So as long as you don't throw it off a cliff and expect it to work, you should be fine.The only real issue I have with this watch is the altimeter. It simply does NOT work. It is because the altimeter functions off of ambient pressure. As the barometric pressure changes, so does the altimeter reading. I work on the shoreline and thus am at sea level give or take a few feet. As I sit at my desk, the altimeter may at one moment say I am at 5 feet above sea level and then an hour later say I am 390 feet above sea level, or maybe 150 feet below sea level. It somehow just simply parallels the barometric pressure and is NOT accurate at all. Not unless you calibrate it and climb or descend right away. I've checked the barometer against a barometer and it seems to work fine. I've checked the temperature gauge and calibrated it and it works very good across a broad temperature range. HOWEVER, note that you must take the watch off of your wrist for about ten minutes to get a true reading of the temperature around you in the environment. Otherwise you get an inaccurate reading due to the heat of your own wrist/body temperature.The compass is one of the real reasons that I bought this watch on the mere fact that sometimes I just get out of my Jeep and may have my dog with me and go for a hike. If I get off trail, I like a fairly good ball park reference to get me back in the general direction I came from if not put me back as if I had mapped it out. And I must say that the compass works great. I have had no issues with that part of the watch whatsoever. So I am pleased with that.Lastly, and this has been infrequent and may actually be a setting I need to change, but it has happened three times over the last month and a half since I have owned the watch. I take it off my wrist at night to go to bed and the next morning the watch shows a blank screen until I pick it up. It has returned to the settings I have configured the watch to, EXCEPT those three other times where it resets the watch to January 01, of 1999 in Tokyo. All the other settings also have to changed for temperature, barometric pressure, etc. So I don't know if I have to change something in the watch to stop it from doing that, but that has concerned me just a bit. I don't want to be on a hike for a weekend and then wake up to the time and everything else being way off. As I said, that might be something I just need to check into that I might have to change. If it is a defect, then I will be returning the watch.In summary, the watch is good. I would recommend it to someone who wants to get out and do a little exploring. Sunrise and sunset predictions are a nice feature as well. All in all, I don't think you will be hating this watch and find it works rather well for most things. I just don't think they should bother with the altimeter at all. I think the SUUNTO Core does have some program built in to calculate that if the pressure change is not outside the normal expectations of what might happen barometrically, then it keeps the altitude the same or changes it accordingly. But I'm sure that is not perfect either. Do your own research. I have and thought FOR THE MONEY, that this watch was good and better than the SUUNTO for several reasons of price, the Pro Trek has a good solar charge and does not need batteries like the SUUNTO, and also has a light that illuminates nicely in each mode. From what I read, the SUUNTO is difficult to read in bright light whereas the background on the Pro Trek is light in color and has good contrast. I hope this review was informative enough to help you make a good educated decision.
Date published: 2016-04-27
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