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Casio Men's Pathfinder Triple Sensor Altimeter/Barometer/Digital Compass Watch Review

by The Review CrewMay 30, 2010

The Casio Men’s Pathfinder Triple Sensor Altimeter/Barometer/Digital Compass Watch is chock full of cool features, and the design is one that supports the overall image of say Rambo or any other straight up, kick-butt, kind of fella.

This watch includes a built-in digitial compass, altimeter, barometer, and thermometer. The digital compass displays 16 directions and has a 5-set memory capacity that can be utilized to capture direction, month, date, and measurements time data. The unit’s altimeter measures up to 32,800 feet (10,000 meters) and in 20 foot (5 meter) increments. The watch’s memory allows you to store 50 sets of altitude memory with date and temperature. It also gives you a target altitude alarm and graphing capability for target and altitude tendency.

The watch’s design is eye catching, the large, round unit has a gray/green resin case topped with a black bi-directional bezel with assorted compass markings. A 1/100 second stopwatch with a 60 minute measuring capacity and elapsed time, split time, and 1st/2nd place time modes means you will be able to track down to the exact scintilla how much you destroyed your cousin in a foot race by. A comfortable resin strap, scratch resistant mineral crystal, and AfterGlow LED electro-luminescent backlight give this watch a style of its own. The unit is also water resistant to 330 feet (100 meters)

The ultimate gift to any outdoorsy guy, and it can also make quite the conversation piece for the average business man at the office. Don’t pass this great watch up.

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