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David_Parker

Wristwatch w/ altimeter

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I'm searching for a decent watch that includes altimeter and water-resistance. I had a Casio but it has had the batteries replaced too many times and the watchmaker says I can't rely on it being waterproof anymore. Casio seems to have quite a few of the pathfinder series. Any opinions on these or any other brand. I'm ok up to about $150 (if possible).

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I've had a Suunto for about one season now and I like it, no problems to speak of. It's a bit difficult to learn how to use, especially when your out in the woods without the manual. I like the 'log book' function which records your info. for each trip you take, ascent rate, ect. My model is the 'Vector', retail is around $200.

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