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At a glance
Daily Alarm: sounds each day at the time you set
Altitude Measurement to 10,000m: A built-in pressure sensor measures barometric pressure, which is converted to relative altitude up to a maximum 10,000m.
|Altimeter Data Memory||
Up to 40 sets of elevation data can be stored in the watch's data memory and re-accessed at any time. Each of these data sets consists of a measured altitude as well as the date and time.
The altitude addition function counts all the metres that have been ascended, giving you the difference between the starting and stopping altitude at a glance.
Fully automatic calendar, with allowances made for leap years, pre-programmed to 2099
In low light, the watch face will automatically illuminate when the watch is tilted towards your face for reading.
A built-in pressure sensor measures barometric pressure, which is shown on the display.
A stopwatch that counts backwards: When 0 minutes, 0 seconds is reached, the timer emits a 10-second signal tone.
A built-in direction sensor detects magnetic north and indicates current direction in degrees
(H x W x D)
56.3 x 50.6 x 15.0mm
This bezel can be used to determine approximate directions.
|Low Temperature Resistant||
The timekeeping module is designed for operation at very low temperatures. The value indicates the lowest temperature at which the module will operate.
Hard glass resists scratching
|Moon Age Display||
Moon age and phase are shown on the display based on your current latitude and longitude
|Multiband 6 Radio Controlled||
A built-in radio signal receiver ensures that the exact time is displayed across Europe, the US, Japan, and China.
A Solar cell provides power for operation, meaning you never need to change a battery
Accurate measurement of elapsed time with a touch of a button
1/100th Sec Stopwatch
A built-in temperature sensor measures the ambient temperature around the watch and displays it on the LCD (range, -10°C /+60°C)
Tidal movements are displayed graphically based on your current latitude and longitude, and the lunitidal interval.
200 Metre/20 Bar
Displays the current time in major cities and specific areas around the world.