Casio SPF60-1AV Sea PathFinder Watch


#1

Wecome to the Woot-off item #29 topic page for this product on Friday, May 6th, 2005. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments here…


#2


#3

First again


#4

Number 1!!! Crap, Almost :frowning:


#5

Cool enough watch, but not for me…


#6

http://www.casio.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=products.detail&product=SPF60%2D1AV


#7

Ok now my CC company is going to ask if I died as the spending came to a screaching halt. I don’t know what I want anymore. Are the morning muffins still around?


#8

Nice watch…but aint worth my dime.

Holla


#9

wow, even I am not that pale


#10

Interesting watch :slight_smile: This one got kind of mixed reviews the last time it was up… But it sold out, so I am guessing it is pretty decent.

http://www.whatsyourdeal.com … Great deals, Coupon codes and freebies.

Casio SPF60-1AV Sea PathFinder Watch
Casio Royale
$79.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

Ping! Ptingg! Gunshots carom off of the pavement; you hug the cathderal wall that much tighter. A tantalizingly short block away beckons the pier and, beyond that, the sparkling expanse of the bay. You’ve just stolen the supersecret Delta Chip from a rogue engineer who planned to sell it to spies from the Enemy Bloc. Now you’re pinned under fire from said agents.

Now! You bolt across cobblestones for the water, zigzagging to make a worse target, your footfalls syncopating with the ping! of the gunfire in a tormented mambo of peril. As you reach the blessed blue of the sea, you hurl a grenade behind you and dive in. Under the surface you hear it: bleep bleep bleep! You gracefully dog-paddle in place and look at the dazzling electro-luminescent face of your rugged, stylish SPF60-1AV SEA-PATHFINDER watch – it’s 4 p.m.! Time to take those pills to kill that tapeworm you picked up in Karachi.

But you have something more important to do. The watch thermometer shows a balmy water temperature of 82 F, even when the depth gauge says you’re twenty feet below the surface. So you slip your collapsible scuba gear (not included) out of your left sock and take a leisurely undersea swim toward Pointe Noire, home of the disguised-lighthouse headquarters of the local Enemy Bloc spy cell. You’re not afraid, not armed with this water-resistant, devastatingly attractive Casio timepiece, with functions including five daily alarms, a stopwatch, a countdown timer, altimeter and a barometer. No, you’re pretty sure this won’t take too long. The tapeworm pills can wait.

Features and Functions:
Condition: New, Retail
Analog timekeeping via hour and minute hands. Minute hand moves every 20 seconds.
Digital timekeeping: Hour, minutes, seconds, P for p.m., month, date, day of week.
Time format: 12-hour or 24-hour.
Calendar system: Full auto-calendar pre-programmed to 2039.
Easy one-touch operation for major functions (direction, pressure, and depth), made even easier by large pushbuttons.
Water resistant to 100 meters (330 feet).
Electro-luminescent backlight with afterglow.
Auto-EL mode option: Backlight is activated when you angle the watch toward your face.
Low-temperature resistant (-10°C/+14°F).
Barometer: Measuring range: 17.70 inHg to 32.45 inHg (600 hPa to 1100 hPa).
Measuring unit: 0.05 inHg (1 hPa).
Barometric pressure history graph.
Display is switchable between inHg and hPa. (Note: 1 hectopascal = 1 millibar = 0.03386 inch of mercury.)
Calibration capability.
Thermometer: Measuring range: -14°F to +140°F.
(-10°C to +60°C). Measuring unit: 0.2°F (0.1°C).
Display is switchable between Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Calibration capability.
Altimeter: Measuring range: -700 to +4000 meters (-2300 to +13,120 feet) without reference altitude.
Display range: -4000 to +10,000 meters (-13,120 to +32,800 feet).
Display unit: 5 meters (20 feet).
Display is switchable between meters and feet.
User-settable reference altitude.
Depth gauge: Measuring range: 0.0 to 30.0 meters (0 to 98 feet)
Display is switchable between meters and feet.
Note: Depths between 0 and 1 meter (0 and 4) feet register as 0.0 m (0 ft).
Display unit: 0.1 meter or 1 foot.
Maximum total time submerged: 2:59’:59" in 1-second increments.
Water temperature: -10.0° C to +60.0°C (-14° F to +140°F).
Depth readings and water temperature readings: every 3 seconds when submerged 1 meter (4 feet) or deeper.
Memory capacity: One log data record (total time submerged, maximum depth, water temperature at maximum depth).
User-settable reference depth.
1/100 second stopwatch timer: Display range: 23 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds
Measuring modes: elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place time.
Countdown/yacht race timer: Countdown start time setting range: 1 minute to 24 hours settable in 1-minute and 1-hour increments.
Measuring unit: 0.1 second.
Available Auto Repeat mode: With Auto Repeat on, countdown automatically restarts from the countdown start time when it reaches 0. With Auto Repeat off, the countdown start time appears in the display when the countdown ends.
Countdown end beeper (beeps for 10 seconds when countdown reaches 0) plus an available progress beeper (beeps at minutes 10, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 of countdown and at seconds 50, 40, 30, 20, 10, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 of the last minute of the countdown.
Five daily alarms.
Hourly time signal.
Quartz movement with accuracy of ±15 seconds per month.
Powered by one CR 1620 lithium battery. Average battery life is 2 years.
Low battery indication.
Resin band.
Dimensions: 56.6 X 49.1 X 17.8 mm / 107.4 g


#11

We went from 28 to 30…


#12

2Item#10’s no #29. what is this world coming to!!


#13

No 11 either… :lol:


#14

Oh God the coffee maker was out of turn, shhhh…don’t say anything, we do not want a repeat :wink:


#15

Oh God the coffee maker was out of turn, shhhh…don’t say anything, we do not want a repeat :wink:[/quote]

yea, it was all the coffee makers fault, damn refurbished coffee maker, now we know why it was refurbished, the # of cups listed on the side of the pot was wrong. Oh where the hell am I going with this, this is stupid. forget everything I typed and go on with life.


#16

i’m so happy i went to bed as soon as that coffee maker came up!!! and of course, like i wished, the great gnome inside my monitor brought me much fortune as he did not move the bar on the coffee machine until the end at exactly the moment i woke up around 10am(ET of course!) and then i was able to snatch me the sweetest camera woot has sacrficed to its loyal nerd-base!!! thank you lord sweet gnome inside my monitor that controls the fate of the purple bar!!! however, im still a lil peeved at the gnome for moving the bar on the mouse a tad bit too quick… as i typed in the last number of my zip code in the ordering process, the damn mouse got snatched in some sort of blue-toothed trap… (looked like a charger or something) and alas! it was not to be… instead of spending $15 on somehting ive been waiting for all night, i spent $200 on something alot cooler and that will bring me much more joy over the future… the camera shall reign over the mouse like the little… well, uh… mouse? that it is!!! muahhhahahaaa!!!

(and i got first page, biatch!!)


#17

Oh God the coffee maker was out of turn, shhhh…don’t say anything, we do not want a repeat :wink:[/quote]

yea, it was all the coffee makers fault, damn refurbished coffee maker, now we know why it was refurbished, the # of cups listed on the side of the pot was wrong. Oh where the hell am I going with this, this is stupid. forget everything I typed and go on with life.[/quote]

Hey 19 hours into this and I’m starting to think I am going to have serious withdrawl in a few hours. Life passed me by today, so did my job


#18

Am I the only one having trouble with the forums they keep leading to a page that says “Service Unavailable”?


#19

If you buy three of the slower moving items you get a free pass into the forum LOL!

Been that way all day my friend, the whole long-ass day (but Fun!)


#20

No, you’re definitely not the only one. I believe that when Woot says[quote]sorry for the slow forums…[/quote]What they mean is[quote]sorry for the 99% inaccessible / errored-out forums…[/quote]