Casio SPF40-1V Sea-Pathfinder Tide Graph Triple Sensor Watch

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About Casio SPF40-1V Sea-Pathfinder Tide Graph Triple Sensor Watch

This Black Casio Sea Pathfinder helps map the conditions with its digital compass, thermometer and other useful tools Watch digitally displays time with a duplex LCD It can be set in a 12/24 hour format, has five daily alarms, countdown (Yacht) timer with measuring units of one second, and a countdown range of one minute to 60 minutes along with an auto-repeat functions With a repeat timing, stopwatch automatically starts when countdown is complete A one second stopwatch operation when started from the 0'00" display with measuring modes of elapsed time, split time, and 1st and 2nd place times The stopwatch measuring capacity is 99:59'59 and watch has an hourly timer

Watch has an auto calendar which is pre-programmed until the year 2039; watch isaccurate +/- 15 seconds per month, uses SR927W x 4 batteries, with an approximate battery life of 18 months The Pathfinder also has a built in barometer and thermometer The barometer has a measuring range of 7 65 inches ofmercury (Hg) to 32 45 Hg (260 hectopascals [hPa] to 1,100 hPa), has measuring units of 0 05 inches of mercury (1 hectopascals), with a tendency graph of atmospheric pressure The thermometer has a measuring range of 14 to 140 degreesF (-10 to 60 C) in measuring units of 0 2 F (0 1 C)

You can't get lost when you have your Pathfinder on your wrist with its built incompass How many times have you been told by someone to go north on Elm then head west on Oak etc, without a compass many of us can get lost The Pathfinderscompass has 16 points of measurement, with a measuring range of 0 to 359 degreesin units of one degree

If you are planning to go boating, fishing or Scuba diving you will appreciate the tide graph giving you vital information on the best time to launch the boat,drop your hook into the water, or jump into the water With the moon data that allows you to know the moon's age with a graph, will tell you when the moon is right for night diving or fishing, or maybe even a romantic moon light cruise!

In addition the watch is water resistant to 330' (100 meters), is low temperature resistant to 14°F (-10°C), and has automatic electro-luminescent backlight illuminating the watch for low light conditions This Pathfinder Triple Sensor Watch with resin band will lead the way on your next adventure

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 12 months.

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Casio SPF40-1V Sea-Pathfinder Tide Graph Triple Sensor Watch Features

  • Digital Compass
    16 points of measurement
    Measuring range: 0 to 359 degrees
    Measuring unit: 1 degree
  • Barometer
    Display range: 260 to 1,100 hPa (7.65 to 32.45 inHg)
    Display unit: 1 hPa (0.05 inHg)
    Atmospheric pressure tendency graph
  • Thermometer
    Display range: -10 to 60 C (14 to 140 F)
    Display unit: 0.1 C (0.2 F)
  • Moon/Tide Graph
  • Rotating Bezel
  • 100M Water resistant
  • Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow
  • 5 Daily Alarms
  • Countdown Yacht Timer
    Measuring unit: 1 second
    Countdown range: 1 second to 60 minutesAuto-repeat function
    With repeat timing, stopwatch automatically starts when countdown is complete
    1-second stopwatch operation when started from the 0'00" display
  • 1/100 Sec. Stopwatch
  • Low-temperature resistant(-10°C /140°F)
  • Duplex LCD Display
  • Hourly Time Signal
  • Auto Calendar (Pre-programmed until the year 2039)
  • 12/24 Hour Formats
  • Measuring capacity: 99:59'59
    Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
  • Accuracy: ±15 seconds per month
  • Battery SR927W x 4
  • Approx. battery life: 18 months
  • Module 2273
  • Size of case/total weight
    SPF4040 57.0 x 53.8 x 17.9mm / 74g

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      4.0

      Nice watch

      By Don

      from Berlin, New Jersey

      About Me Athletic, Enjoy Life, Practical

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Good heavy duty watch
      • Quality Construction
      • Water Resistant

      Cons

      • NA

      Best Uses

      • Daily Use
      • kayaking
      • Travel
      • Work

      Comments about Casio SPF40-1V Sea-Pathfinder Tide Graph Triple Sensor Watch:

      Over all I like the watch and have use it as my everyday watch for work and play. I spent a large part of my day outdoors and work in the construction field using all types of tools to put this watch through its test. Even at night this watch has a nice light system in it so I don't need to use a flashlight to see the time or its features that are build into it.
      I have had this watch since 2007 and it still running on the same battery and overall still look good as the day I took it out of the box.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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      3.0

      casio spf40-1v

      By none

      from ft lauderdale fl

      About Me Athletic, Practical

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Accurate
      • Comfortable

      Cons

      • Bulky

      Best Uses

      • Daily Use

      Comments about Casio SPF40-1V Sea-Pathfinder Tide Graph Triple Sensor Watch:

      don't dive with it

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      4.0

      Best surfing accessory

      By swampy

      from Auckland NZ

      About Me Modern

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Durable

      Cons

      • Strap Wears Easily

      Best Uses

      • Daily Use

      Comments about Casio SPF40-1V Sea-Pathfinder Tide Graph Triple Sensor Watch:

      Great surfing accessory with water temperature, tides, compass for wind and swell direction. The barometer is a good indictor of the weather forecast. It can even tell the time! : )

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      Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
      KOSTYANTYN P  I was specifically looking for a watch with tide prediction. This was the best choice at that time. I think, it still is the best choice today :)
      Rich B  Another question ... How many years will tide information be valid? Also, are batteries readily available and can be changed by myself or at a watch shop?
      PAUL G  Tide info valid until 2039. Change batteries when they stop working at a watch repair shop. Used it yesterday on the chesapeake bay and it worked excellent! Enjoy!!
      Rich B  How many locations can the tide be set for?
      KOSTYANTYN P  Hello, Rich B! A short answer: One location. A long answer: Technically, you set lunitidal interval (the time lag between culmination of the Moon and the nearest high tide). For each location this time lag is different. If you change your location, just enter new lunitidal interval and the watch will predict tides for this location. I do not find this too restrictive, unless you have your own jet and fly all around the world (breakfast in Miami, lunch on Hawaii, ...). But in this case it would be, possibly, easier to buy separate watches for each favorite location :) There is a table of lunitidal intervals for several cities in the watch manual. I (personally) did not find it useful. I am on the US West Coast and the nearest city from this table was hundreds miles away from my home. Hours of straightforward Google search did not bring success, so I calculated lunitidal interval for my location by myself. It is not that difficult, as it sounds. Detailed description how to do this you can find in http://helios.gsfc.nasa.gov/qa_earth.html#lunitidal Best regards. Konstantin
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