Casio SeaPathFinder Tide Graph SPF40T-7V SPF-40T-7VDR Moon Age Watch
Band Titanium bracelet with fold-over clasp
Digital dial with silver-tone compass bezel
Low temperature resistant
Auto light switch-Backlight goes on when the watch is tilted toward your faceDigital compass measures and displays in 16 directions, Measuring range 0 to 359 degrees, measuring unit 1 degree. Memory capacity 5 sets of measurement data with direction, month, date, and measurements time. Abnormal magnetic field detect function. Bi-directional calibration and northerly calibration function. Rotating direction bezelBarometer Measuring range 18.00 inHg to 32.45 inHg. (610 hPa to 1100 hPa), measuring unit 0.05 inHg (1 hPa), tendency graph display of atmospheric pressure. Changeover between inHg to hPaThermometer Measuring range -14 degrees F to 140 degrees F. (-10 C to 60 C), measuring unit 0.2F (0.1 C). Changeover between Celsius to FahrenheitYacht Race Timer
Moon age display
Tide graph display
1/100 second stop watch. Measuring mode elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place time.
Hourly time signal
Regular time keeping hour, minute, second, am/pm, month, date, day
Stainless steel back
100 meters/330 feet water-resistant
Packaging: Shipped in Casio watch box with all the watch documents.
Watch box is secured in an additional super-strong non-collapsing cardboard box.
Warranty: Casio 1 year International Warranty.
Guaranteed 100% genuine and brand new.
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Review by: Geoff Tonta
Loved this watch. Simple intuitive settings. Recessed glass face difficult to damage. Comfortable to wear. Great price. Love it.
Note the altimeter only good for heights as long as the barometer is steady duh so if you set sea level last week it will have changed probably. Good on the day, tho. The barometer is great esp. the trend graph, family now asks me if it is going to rain. Haven't sorted the temp bit yet, surely it cant give a good airtemp when its on my wrist....The compass? Works fine. Only suggestion - I am an old fashioned boy who takes watch off for showers, thinking soap not good for seals, and would like something better than a buckle clasp on the resin strap. Perhaps I can retrofit a metal band if the wristband fails on the buckle, as usually happens tho this baby looks like it will last quite a while. Or get the metal band version next time, but I often have a hand in a car engine and metal bands and car batteries don't mix.
Very happy with the Protrek.