Casio Twin Sensor Watch

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This rugged Casio Twin Sensor Watch for Men displays measurements graphically, allowing outdoorsmen to predict upcoming weather with surprising accuracy. The large LCD display shows at-a-glance readouts of data produced in each mode. A high-performance pressure sensor delivers altitude readings up to 10,000 meters and automatic air pressure readings every two hours. Sizeable function buttons allow one-push illumination and altitude measurement. This Casio Twin Sensor Watch for Men boasts 100-meter water resistance and low temperature resistance up to -10°C/14°F. This durable watch can be worn in the rain and around the water. Other functions include world time, stopwatch and five alarms. 3-year battery life.
Manufacturer model #: SGW300H-1AV.
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This watch packs Twin Sensor and temperature and direction readings into a 200M water-resistant design that is perfect for sports, work, or other activities that involve water. In addition to world time, stopwatch alarm, and other basic timekeeping functions, these models also include a direction sensor and temperature sensor. Direction readings and time are indicated by large, easy-to-read figures. A large LCD is divided into three segments for a clear, easy-to-understand presentation of data. Mineral glass is used to protect against scratching.
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Casio Twin Sensor Watch Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

AMAZINGLY GREAT!!!

COMPASS, TEMPERATURE SENSOR...ETC, JUST PERFECT AND SOOO AFFORDABLE.
FICO at WestMarine.com on 10/10/2011

Negative Reviews:

Not great. Not horrible

Used in light water sports.
Difficult to read display unless held at the proper angle.
Time codes for cities for world clock (Eg. Honolulu) are not accurate. Don't think you can override codes
Manual extremely difficult to read without magnifying glass.
Mike at WestMarine.com on 04/04/2012