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    Re: Digital Watch for CN
    From: Sean C
    Date: 2013 Nov 22, 04:54 -0800

    I am also on my second Casio radio-updated solar watch. Not because the first one broke, though. It's fine and still as accurate as ever. (Mine has a metal band.) In fact, out of all the watches I've owned this one was the toughest, by far. And I'm tough on watches. I just wanted a model with more features.

    I settled on the Pathfinder PAW-2000T. It's outside your price limit at around $250, but I was sold on the amazing list of CN relevant features* on this watch.

    Long story short: I love both of my Casios and I am sure a slightly lower priced model will still perform quite well.

    Sean C.

    *In case you're curious, these include (but are not limited to):

    -Large, easily read digital display with automatic back-lighting (activates when you flick your wrist toward your body).
    -Sunrise/set times for any day of the year, calculated for your given lat/lon.
    -World clock with 48 cities, 31 time zones, including UTC.
    -Programmable countdown timer.
    -Built-in altimeter with the ability to store 25 records including date/time.
    -Built-in thermometer and barometer with 24 hour pressure history graph right on the main time screen.
    -Built-in digital compass with adjustable declination correction.
    -Five alarms + hour chime.
    -As mentioned, it's radio-updated and solar-powered.

    Other models have tide predictions and moon phases as well!
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