Reviewed by OD from FL on Monday, September 16, 2013
This watch is huge and heavy. It has all the whistles and bells but unfortunately on mine it did not all work very well. I set the altimeter several time according to the instructions but got huge variables in altitude in comparison. to posted altitudes and two other altimeters. It was almost spot on at 7,000 to 8,000 feet but would be off by up to 500 ft at 12,000 and at less than 7,000 feet. But the biggest disappointment was the temperature gauge. It constantly read between 85 and 89 degrees when I was wearing it, in the mountains in Colorado and when the actual temperature was between 45 to 60d. It read a constant 85 to 87 and all through Alaska even with on the water surrounded by glaciers it read 85d. It was very accurate but slow to record the temperature if I was not wearing he watch. So I guess to get accurate temperature you have to take it off and hang it away from your body.
This watch is very heavy also, I could not wear it for more than 8 hours without having take if off as my wrist hurt.