This looks nice .... i would love to have.
my opinion i think this watch GPS work aspirate if you on it so the triple sensor stay working as before
Well certainly I'm no expert on this. I'm sure that very bad weather could cause problems for a pressure-based altimeter. But, in my experience it doesn't take much to cause trouble for GPS... Even heavy cloud cover can do it. So I'd think the pressure-based altimeter would probably be preferred over one based on GPS. That's my guess, anyway.
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Casio AE-1200 (x2)
Definitely a must have watch
Originally Posted by brvheart
Here is keithy's post about GPS altimeters.
I was under the impression the triple sensor is the same as the current Rangeman. Compass/Thermometer
Altimeter/Barometer. Why would the Rangeman have a depth gauge? The triple sensor is still avaible as a alternative/backup in case of GPS system failure. A redundant system that can use solar power only.
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