Stay one action ahead of Mother Nature with the Solar Powered PRW3000, incorporating Casio's brand-new Triple Sensing unit Version 3 engine. Advanced CASIO original technology has actually allowed for a 95% smaller sized direction sensing unit and 90% reduction in sensing unit power intake compared with previous designs. Despite their smaller sized size, the brand-new sensing units in this model provides much better accuracy and energy efficiency. This model can determine Altitude in 1m increments (previously 5m) and display compass readings with 60-seconds of constant measurement (previously 20 seconds). In addition to the altimeter and digital compass, the watch's Barometer, incorporates an unique Barometric Pressure Propensity Alarm that alerts the user to abrupt modifications in pressure readings. Design functions include a compact, smooth case and soft urethane band for a better fit to the wrist. One-touch access to digital compass, barometric pressure/altitude, and temperature readings keep important information at your fingertips. Other functions include Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping, 100-meter water resistance, and more. Whatever about these designs is created and crafted to make them vital pieces of outdoor equipment. Black resin band digital with black face.
Please refer the user manual to set the time and date.
Sporty solar-power watch with multiple functions including multi-band atomic timekeeping, low temperature resistance (-10 C/14 F), altimeter, digital compass, barometer, thermometer LED backlight with after-glow, world time, sunrise/sunset data, five daily alarms, 1/10-second stopwatch, countdown timer
Auto calendar (pre-programmed until 2099), 12/24-hour formats, battery level indicator, and power-saving function, Approximate battery life: 7 months on full charge (Without further exposure to light)
46-mm stainless steel case with mineral dial window, Atomic timekeeping with digital display, Resin band with buckle closure
Water resistant to 100 m (330 ft): In general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not scuba diving