Casio Pathfinder PAW1500-7V

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The titanium Casio Pathfinder PAW1500T-7V multifunction watch is equipped for land and sea adventures. It keeps time with the Atomic Clock, draws its power from the sun and offers tide and moon data! Automatically receives Atomic Clock time calibration signals in the U.S., England, Germany and Japan for incredibly accurate timekeeping. No batteries to replace! This compact unit has a large-capacity solar storage battery that requires very little light to recharge. Small sensors detect direction, altitude and temperature, keeping you in tune with the world around you. Tide graph combines preset and user inputs; moon data includes moon age and moon phase graph. Digital compass displays current heading and features bearing memory; reports bearing in 1° 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 20 records of high/low altitude, cumulative ascent/descent, date, month and time. Altitude tendency and differential graphs position you with respect to your target altitude. Detect change in the weather—barometric tendency and differential graphs chart weather changes. Barometer tracks atmospheric pressure changes from 260 to 1,100 hPa (7.65 to 32.45 inHg). Thermometer ranges from 14 to 140°F (-10 to 60°C) measured in 0.2°F increments (0.1°C). Electro-luminescent backlight activates by simply tilting your wrist 40° toward you from the horizontal. 1/100-second stopwatch measures elapsed time, split time and first- and second-place times. Features countdown (yacht) timer, time in 12 or 24-hr. format, world time with 29 time zones, date, day, auto calendar (through 2039), 5 daily alarms and hourly chime. Water resistant to 200m (660 ft.).

- REI

Casio Pathfinder PAW1500-7V

previously retailed for:
$400.00

The Casio Pathfinder PAW1500-7V is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 13, 2009 at REI.

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