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Casio Triple Sensor Pathfinder
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Casio Triple Sensor Pathfinder

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Casio Triple Sensor Pathfinder

Manufacturer: Casio

Your Opinion: 
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Page By: Misha

Created/Edited: Dec 14, 2003 / Dec 14, 2003

Object ID: 932

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  • Electro-luminescent backlight Full auto EL light, afterglow

  • Solar powered

  • Low-temperature resistant (-10'C/14'F)

  • Digital compass measures and displays direction as one of 16 points. Measuring range: O' to 359'; Measuring unit: 1'; Abnormal magnetic field detect function; Bidirectional calibration and northerly calibration function

  • Altimeter Measuring range: -700 to 10,000m (-2,300 to 32,800ft); Measuring unit: 5m (20ft); Auto memory measurements (up to 40 sets of data, each including altitude, month, date, time); Reference altitude setting; Altitude alarm; Changeover between meters (m) - feet (ft) 1 -sec stopwatch (coordinated with altimeter); Measuring capacity: 5 hours or 10 hours; Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times

  • Barometer Display range: 260 to 1,100hPa/mb (7.65 to 32.45inHg); Display unit: 1hPa/mb (0.05inHg); Atmospheric pressure tendency graph; Changeover between hPa and inHg

  • Thermometer; Display range: -10 to 60'C (14 to 140'F) Display unit: 0.1'C (0.2'F); Changeover between Celsius (C) and Fahrenheit (F)

  • Duplex LCD

  • Daily alarm

  • Hourly time signal

  • Battery power indicator

  • Power save function (automatically disables LCD when the watch is left in the dark for 30 minutes)

  • Auto-calendar (to year 2039, no auto day of week set- ting) * 12/24-hour format

  • Regular timekeeping: Hour, minutes, seconds, pm, year, month, date, day

  • Accuracy: ±15 seconds per month

  • Titanium Band

  • Reviews

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    MishaUntitled Review

    Voted 4/5

    I own and heavily use this multi-purpose watch for over a year now. Here is a summary of my experiences.
    What I love about it:
    - Great construction, feels very solid with a titanium band
    - Nicely takes some serious abuse such as crack climbing
    - Lots of easy to use features
    - Oversized buttons which help a lot in the dark or if you wear gloves
    - Compass and barometer are very accurate
    - Good looking!

    What I don't like about it:
    - Altimeter is calculating your elevation in 20' increments. Comparable Suunto watches are more accurate.
    - Thermometer is useless while you wear the watch since it shows you the temperature of your body instead of the surrounding air. In order to use it you have to take your watch off your hand for at least 15-20 minutes.
    - Alarm is a joke (very quiet). I am never able to wake up from it.

    Would I buy it again? Perhaps, but not before a serious evalation of similar Suunto products.
    Posted Dec 14, 2003 7:06 pm

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