Where to Buy
Help support Trailspace by making your next purchase through one of the links above.
Here's what other sites are saying:
The Casio Pathfinder PAG240-1 multifunction watch charges itself from the sun's rays and keeps you informed with its digital compass, altimeter/barometer and thermometer. No batteries to replace! Large-capacity solar storage battery requires very little light to recharge and powers watch for up to 6 months on a full charge. Large, dual-layer LCD is easy to read and displays multiple functions simultaneously. 3 small sensors detect direction, altitude and temperature, keeping you in tune with the world around you. Digital compass displays current heading; reports bearing in 1deg increments. Altimeter tracks elevation gain and loss from -2,300 to 32,800 ft. (-700 to 10,000m) in 20 ft. (5m) increments. Altimeter memory captures up to 40 records of altitude, date, month and time. Altitude graph positions you with respect to your target altitude; target alarm alerts you when you obtain your goal. Detect change in the weather-barometric tendency graph charts the weather changes. Barometer tracks atmospheric pressure changes from 260 to 1,100 hPa (7.68 to 32.49 inHg). Thermometer ranges from 14 to 140degF (-10 to 60degC) measured in 0.2degF increments (0.1degC). Backlight with afterglow. Features: 1/100 of a second stopwatch, time in 12 or 24-hr. format, date, day, auto calendar (through 2039), 5 daily alarms, sunrise/sunset data and hourly chime. Also features world time with 39 time zones (48 cities). Watch operates in temperatures as low as 14degF/-10degC. The Casio Pathfinder PAG240-1 multifunction watch is water resistant to 100m (330 ft.).
Casio brings solar power to the altimeter, barometer and compass enabled Pathfinder watch lineup. PAG240-1.
Whether you're mountain hopping, canyon-land navigating, or long-trail trekking, strapping a rugged, solar-powered data center like the Casio Protrek PAG240-1 Altimeter Watch to your wrist keeps you up-to-date every step of the way. A digital altimeter, barometer, thermometer, compass, calendar, chronograph, stopwatch, and good 'ole clock give you the clues you need to better assess your backcountry decisions.