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Promoted 06-15-2016 by iconian at 11:49 AM View Original Post
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These are, FWIW, an older generation of these watches. For most people's use it makes no difference, but the newer watches I believe are the PRG270/PRW2500/PRW3000. I have a PRG270, its a smaller package with the newer and much more responsive/less energy consumption ABC sensor (Alt/Baro/Compass) and solar. Of these, the TI bracelet version is a steal though, it's tempting even though it's older tech as I love all the TI watches I own. The biggest issue in regular use of these for me would have been the very short duration you can use the compass per push because it uses a lot of power, the PRG270's compass stays on for quite a while. Also worth noting this watch is bordering on cartoonishly large with a 51mm case, I could deal with that but if you have small wrists it may look a bit silly.

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No love? According to the CCC these are the lowest prices ever on this watches (on Amazon at least).
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No love? According to the CCC these are the lowest prices ever on this watches (on Amazon at least).
Probably because old tech. The new modules are supposedly vastly superior.
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These are, FWIW, an older generation of these watches. For most people's use it makes no difference, but the newer watches I believe are the PRG270/PRW2500/PRW3000. I have a PRG270, its a smaller package with the newer and much more responsive/less energy consumption ABC sensor (Alt/Baro/Compass) and solar. Of these, the TI bracelet version is a steal though, it's tempting even though it's older tech as I love all the TI watches I own. The biggest issue in regular use of these for me would have been the very short duration you can use the compass per push because it uses a lot of power, the PRG270's compass stays on for quite a while. Also worth noting this watch is bordering on cartoonishly large with a 51mm case, I could deal with that but if you have small wrists it may look a bit silly.
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Last edited by big mike June 15, 2016 at 04:42 AM
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Probably because old tech. The new modules are supposedly vastly superior.
Makes sense!

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These are, FWIW, an older generation of these watches. For most people's use it makes no difference, but the newer watches I believe are the PRG270/PRW2500/PRW3000. I have a PRG270, its a smaller package with the newer and much more responsive/less energy consumption ABC sensor (Alt/Baro/Compass) and solar. Of these, the TI bracelet version is a steal though, it's tempting even though it's older tech as I love all the TI watches I own. The biggest issue in regular use of these for me would have been the very short duration you can use the compass per push because it uses a lot of power, the PRG270's compass stays on for quite a while. Also worth noting this watch is bordering on cartoonishly large with a 51mm case, I could deal with that but if you have small wrists it may look a bit silly.
I like the TI one too.
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Last edited by mannyaguilar June 15, 2016 at 05:10 AM
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A good alternative to this watch is the Casio STW-1000 which has most of the functions, but no sensors. It does include the 6 frequency atomic clock receiver, though. You can get it for around $100 on international sites like Rakuten.
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i have the 3500 model which includes the multi band atomic timekeeping and for any of these you need to have a college educaton to program....nothing less will suffice.

it is complicated to program!!!!! its too much of a watch for most folks...in my non serious voice......i dont understand why they could not toss in an MP3 player !!
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i have the 3500 model which includes the multi band atomic timekeeping and for any of these you need to have a college educaton to program....nothing less will suffice.

it is complicated to program!!!!! its too much of a watch for most folks...in my non serious voice......i dont understand why they could not toss in an MP3 player !!
You're making my brain hurt. Please stop.
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I saw this in Costco for around $60. I wanted to get these a few years ago but were too expensive and huge. Now I have a iPhone and don't see any point. Not sure if these are Atomic time.
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A good alternative to this watch is the Casio STW-1000 which has most of the functions, but no sensors. It does include the 6 frequency atomic clock receiver, though. You can get it for around $100 on international sites like Rakuten.
if no ABC sensor then why one should not go for g shock series
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if no ABC sensor then why one should not go for g shock series
Size mostly. The G-shock series AFAIK are all over 50mm and 15mm thick. The STW-1000 group is 11mm thick and ~45mm. The use cases for the altimeter barometer and compass are pretty niche, IMO. High end phone edge in on that functionality too.
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Size mostly. The G-shock series AFAIK are all over 50mm and 15mm thick. The STW-1000 group is 11mm thick and ~45mm. The use cases for the altimeter barometer and compass are pretty niche, IMO. High end phone edge in on that functionality too.
The GW6900 would be pretty competitive size wise with that watch and offers solar and muliband 6. There are some smaller G's out there including that one. Also, personally, I don't like the look of the STW-1000 at all.
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I want this watch pretty bad (it has all the features I need) but the 51mm size just absolutely kills it for me.
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