Casio ProTrek PRG330 Outdoor Watch Review

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Casio ProTrek PRG330 Outdoor Watch Review

Postby Artman » Tue Sep 11, 2018 8:22 pm


Then again, all the functionality in the world won’t amount to a hill of beans if it’s not comfortable to wear and easy to use. Fortunately, the Casio ProTrek PRG330 is quite comfortable. This is in no small part due to the lighter weight of the watch (56g), its overall compact dimensions (47mm sensor to pusher; 12.5mm thick; 52.3mm lug to lug), and the strap. Now, resin straps may not get much love or attention, but when it comes to an outdoors watch, they make sense. They’re light, they’re strong, and they don’t pick up lint and dirt like a silicone or rubber strap might. Casio has also included something that I’ve been seeing on more of their watches as of late – small, curved pieces that are under the strap at the lugs. This helps first to curve the strap a bit. Secondly, it fills in the gap you might otherwise have between your wrist and the case, making for an overall better fit. So, when it comes to comfort, the Casio ProTrek PRG330 has that down. ... -review/2/
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Re: Casio ProTrek PRG330 Outdoor Watch Review

Postby biglove » Tue Sep 11, 2018 9:29 pm

ProTrek line is fantastic. That strap is hideous though.
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