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Old 04-09-2019, 12:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just seeing these Pro Treks. Have you had a chance to check them out?

It's the Casio Pro Trek Midnight Navy Series, and although there are not
many details available ahead of their release. The new watches will have
Casios' "Tough Solar" technology, along with Triple Sensor Version 3 with
directional sensor, pressure sensor, and thermosensor. Plus you will also
have a nice blue theme, Ana-Digi display, 12.8mm profile, and nylon, or
rubber straps.

Here is a look...



A Blog to Watch with a lot more...

https://www.ablogtowatch.com/casio-p...ht-navy-watch/

Casio's Pro Trek link also guys...

https://protrek.casio.com/
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I have been considering an analog G-Shock or Pro Trek for a while. These two are quite nice!

I think there is a lot of band for the buck with G-Shock and Pro Trek.

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I have been considering an analog G-Shock or Pro Trek for a while. These two are quite nice!

I think there is a lot of band for the buck with G-Shock and Pro Trek.

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Very glad that you are liking them so much sir, and you know you are
making such a terrific point about the bang for the buck thing !

Seriously, when you look at the capabilities alone, and compare them
to other watches there is no comparison. ..Then when you add in the
always amazing, and ahead of their time designs it's just the best,
and impossible to think of something else that can compare really.

The way Casio is always outdoing themselves just amazes !
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A Tom:
Never ceases to amaze me. The innovation and Uniqueness of Mr Casio
(forgot his name. Hiro?)
100,000,000 watches made and sold in company history!
36,000,000 GShocks in 35 years? That ain't Sushi Watch Freeks.
My 2 fave Gs are the GXW56 and the GW3500bb1. Luckily I own both.

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Love my G shock if they follow Casio's history of durable watches that are a good value for the money should be awesome.
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A Tom:
Never ceases to amaze me. The innovation and Uniqueness of Mr Casio
(forgot his name. Hiro?)
100,000,000 watches made and sold in company history!
36,000,000 GShocks in 35 years? That ain't Sushi Watch Freeks.
My 2 fave Gs are the GXW56 and the GW3500bb1. Luckily I own both.

Lou Snutt

Hey neat Art, honestly don't recall knowing any of that !

It really is unbelievable when you stop, and think about it.
Man oh man, you are fortunate to have your two favorites
like that too. Thanks again for a terrific lesson here !!!
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Tom:
I luv me some Swiss, German. or whattever, watches. But my 1st luv is Casio.
I'm a big fan of G's of course, bu lots of room for Edifice as well

Can't beat em at Goodwill.I read the 1st Rollie Sub was unveiled at Basel in
1957. Price? $157.00? Boy has their MSRP gone up in 62 years or what?

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Tom:
I luv me some Swiss, German. or whattever, watches. But my 1st luv is Casio.
I'm a big fan of G's of course, bu lots of room for Edifice as well

Can't beat em at Goodwill.I read the 1st Rollie Sub was unveiled at Basel in
1957. Price? $157.00? Boy has their MSRP gone up in 62 years or what?

Lou Snutt

Think there are a ton of people with you Art !

Just seems to be so much bang for your buck luck you said, and it gets
better every year with more models, and divisions of the company being
added. ..Seriously, any ONE of the divisions can be one you focus on, or
enjoy Art ! It's pretty remarkable. Such a great company, and history
really !
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