Should try asking the Casio forum.
I love my Pathfinders and they are my goto watches for when I do anything sporty from jogging, biking, indoor climbing, swimming.
They even make good travel watches as the high end models also have world time.
i have a paw 2000 that i am enjoy wearing on rotation. as maine states the digitial readout is quite large and legible compared to some of my other digitals. and the 2000 series (i think 200 outside usa) is quite thin for all it's functions. casio makes quite a few models so you have quite a bit to choose from.
I have a number of ABC (altimeter/barometer/compass) watches including those from Suunto (Core, Vector), Casio (Pathfinder, Riseman w/strap compass), Highgear, Nike, Tissot and other various combinations of A, B and C and I have to say that for toughness the Casios come out on top. I think the Suuntos are more accurate, but when I want reasonably accurate data from a worry-free watch, I grab a Casio.
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