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The High Gear Terrapod functions as an altimeter, barometer, compass, thermometer, and weather forecaster-an outdoor essential for every adventure!


Don't get caught in the rain without the HighGear Terrapod. The Terrapod has all the features you need to see where you are going and predict the weather too.

- CampSaver.com

Versatile, rugged and weather resistant, the Highgear Terrapod handheld weather station is chomping at the bit to come along on your next outdoor adventure. Intuitive, user-friendly design is perfect for the entry-level user, yet packs in high-level features for reliably predicting conditions. Light, compact unit features a digital altimeter, compass, 12-hr. barometer and thermometer. Also includes a built-in flashlight with bright white LED bulb. Foldable stand allows unit to be clipped to gear (clip sold separately) or set in an upright position on a flat surface. Low-battery indicator lets you know when it's time to swap out batteries; runs on 2 CR2032 lithium batteries. Water resistant to 10m (33 ft.). Comes with detailed user guide.


Bring along the hand-held Highgear Terra Pod and let its built-in barometer and other features clue you in on what to expect from the weather. By measuring and displaying the air pressure changes in mercury inches and millibars, the barometer can accurately project the weather using its twelve-hour weather forecast icon. Plus with a thermometer, altimeter, digital compass, and clock, you can go to this trail gadget with any number of wilderness questions.

- Backcountry.com

Highgear TerraPod


The TerraPod has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$24.95 - $70.00

The Highgear TerraPod is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 21, 2014 at SunnySports.

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