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The bracelet is solid and balances the watch well.
I could stare at that all day. Silicon hairspring too. This is state-of-the-art for production watches. Chronometer spec, naturally, and with twin mainspring barrels, the power reserve is a solid 60 hours. Handwinding is buttery smooth, and the peculiar rate of 25,200 vph is visually indistinguishable from the normal 28,800. One quirk of the movement is that the date is not quick set, you have to cycle forward through days via the hour-jump. A minor nit, to be sure. It is quick-change, though.
A Casio PRO TREK is tremendously useful when traveling. I have used the compass function in many scenarios aside from the obvious ones. It is useful when getting into subway trains in a foreign country to check if it is going in the right direction and by implication, if you are on the right platform. Or when you suspect that a taxi driver is cheating you by driving in circles or away from your destination. The compass function will always set you right by informing you of any potential deceit. My PRO TREK has even told me my altitude when I was lost in the mountains of Zermatt, Switzerland and far away from help. Used in conjunction with a map, it probably played a part in saving my life. (But that is a story for another day.)