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Lady Artemis
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Hello all! I have been using a Casio Pathfinder "Hunting Timer" watch for several years. It has several useful features that I like, including sunrise/sunset times and vibrate/silent alarms to not spook game.
It has recently stopped working, and I am looking for a new watch. It appears that battery replacement needs to be done by the manufacturer, or possibly a jewelry shop. Definitely not standard watch guts on this one.
Just wondering what else is out there, especially for any other watches that offer sunrise/sunset times and silent alarms.
Thanks, and happy hunting!

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"Ethical behavior is doing the right thing when no one else is watching. Even when doing the wrong thing is legal."--Aldo Leopold

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sticksender
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iPhone for me! It has all those features and thousands more.

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Lady Artemis
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I don't like to mess with my phone while hunting (afraid will drop it from tree stand) and I'm a bit miserly with my data use. Thanks anyway.

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