Altimeter Watches


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less than $50
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 and above

Recent Altimeter Reviews

Casio 3202 Twin Sensor Watch

rated 3.5 of 5 stars I am totally satisfied using this watch. It is most advance technology available in very cheap price. All-in-one model, just like a watch but but many specifications included in this watch. Manufacturing quality was very rigid. Look so nice, silver plated straps dial is entirely different color combination. Full review

Casio 3202 Twin Sensor Watch

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A reliable multi-function watch, with altimeter, at an excellent price point.  What can I say? I'm cheap! For a few years, I've been looking for an all-in-one watch that would include an altimeter and barometer, but the $200-500 price tag for a Suunto or St. Moritz was too steep for my tastes. Then a couple of years ago, Casio came out with two new watch designs at a much lower price point. In addition to the standard features on many digital watches (alarms, time zones, stop watches) one included… Full review

Celestron TrekGuide

rated 4 of 5 stars Inexpensive curiosity, excellent gadget on the field! Reliable readings make this device an excellent option at a bargain. Altimeter w/forecast, barometer, thermometer, compass, time/date, alarm, backlight. I am always in the market for new things, IF they make the cut... The Celestron TrekGuide (model #48001) is a handheld device that shows altitude, barometric pressure, weather forecast, temperature, a digital compass, time, date, and an alarm clock with an LED backlight. It is available in several… Full review

Highgear AltiTech

rated 1.5 of 5 stars If altimeter was remotely accurate and compass less cumbersome to calibrate it would be a fantastic tool. I owned the Altitech for a number of years. I love the fact that it can be clipped on the outside of a pack (in winter who can read a watch when it's under a couple of layers?) and it has all the basic features (too many actually) one might ever need. My motivation to buy one was to keep track of altitude and changing weather conditions which are dependent upon good barometric readings. Full review

Suunto Lumi

rated 1 of 5 stars i gave the watch as a gift to my wife to use and because it's a very female like watch where you could change the straps. So after a month the watchstraps broke, so i bought a couple off different ones. We are 2 years further bad warranty and the straps we got new are also broken. For a watch from this price class and where it's build for this really sucks. Full review

Highgear AltiTech 2

rated 2 of 5 stars Works great in the summer. The display is useless below 35 degrees. Full review

Timex Adventure Tech Altimeter

rated 4 of 5 stars This is the first such altimeter watch I have owned. I have read that the band is wimpy and the altimeter is inaccurate but I haven't had any problems with mine. Naturally it needs calibration pretty much daily, its really just a barometer and when the barometer changes so does the altitude. Mine is never off more than a hundred feet or so if I keep up with calibration, which I don't. I do like the weather icon function and, based on my observations, its pretty accurate. Of course there is more… Full review

Timex Adventure Tech Altimeter

Worst altimeter on the market. Notoriously inaccurate at all barometric pressures. Other functions are okay but I took this on an expedition and was laughed at for its gross inaccuracy in elevations. I'm talking thousands of feet off despite constant calibration. Full review

Highgear Aerial

Ik heb het horloge pas via op pad het lijkt mij een goede koop maar ik mis een nederlanse gebruiksaanwijzing wie kan mij die leveren. Full review

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