Casio Altim/Baro Watch - A large LCD shows at-a-glance readouts of the data produced in each mode. A high-performance pressure sensor provides altitude readings up to 10,000 meters and automatic air pressure readings every two hours.
Casio Altim/Baro Watch - Introducing new outdoor watches with Twin Sensor capabilities that measure temperature and altitude/air pressure.
A large LCD shows at-a-glance readouts of the data produced in each mode. A high-performance pressure sensor provides altitude readings up to 10,000 meters and automatic air pressure readings every two hours. Measurement results are displayed graphically, which can be used to predict upcoming weather with reasonable accuracy.
Large function buttons allow to one-push operation of illumination and altitude measurement. 100-meter water resistance and low-temperature resistance up to -10C/14F allow these models to be worn in the rain, around the water and just about everywhere else. Functions include World Time, stopwatch, 5 alarms and much more. An aluminum bezel and five screws provide a handsome look of quality.
100-meter water resistance
low-temperature resistance up to -10C/14F
The watch was fine no problems, but I've owned two and the batteries only last about a year. Here's the kicker. You can't change them in your town you have to send it into some regional service center and the cost was prohibitive. So you won't be selling me a 3rd I can't figure out why I bought the second one. It's fun to have an altimeter.
Would not recommend
I used this watch for about a week on various backcountry snowmobiling excursions and found the altimeter to be useless. Even at spots where I had previously set the altitude, the next time around it would very by 200-300 feet.