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Casio Pathfinder PAW5000-1 Watch

Casio Pathfinder PAW5000-1 Watch

Casio's already managed to shove an entire computer into a watch, so why not a digital compass? Or an altimeter, or barometer, or thermometer? Well, the Casio Pathfinder PAW5000-1 Watch ($450) has all of those features, as well as a second hand that acts as a compass needle, Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping, the company's Tough Movement to ensure operation even when you're getting the business end of nature, a tough-as-nails case, and solar power to keep things running long after you've been captured by the natives.

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