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Keep track of your progress on your next adventure with the HighGear Alti-XTss Altimeter Watch. Not only is the Alti-XT incredibly accurate, but it allows you to view graphic displays of your climb, so you can say to the folks at home, 'OK, the numbers probably don't mean much to you—but just LOOK at it!'

  • Displays in feet or meters, with a range of -1,640ft to 29,527ft (-500m to 9,000m) and a resolution of 3ft (1m)
  • Graphic altitude display shows minimum and maximum altitude and total ascent and descent
  • Stores up to 80 altimeter logbooks with data recall
  • Displays sea-level & absolute pressure in millibar (mbar), hectopascal (hPa), or inches of mercury (inHg), with a range of 300mbar to 1,100mbar (8.86inHg to 32.48inHg)
  • Graphic pressure trend display and weather forecast
  • Digital compass range: 360˚ or 16 cardinal point bearings, with resolution of 1˚
  • Compass includes digital compass calibration, adjustable declination, directional heading lock, cardinal north indicator
  • Thermometer displays in Fahrenheit or Celsius with a range of 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C, to the tenth of a degree
  • Chronograph range is 100 hours, with a resolution of 1/100 second; measures splits
  • 100-Hour countdown timer
  • Displays time in 12-hour or 24-hour format; daylight savings time option
  • Sunrise & sunset times
  • Three advanced alarms and hourly chime
  • Rotating bezel, mineral glass lens, and face with EL backlight
  • Water-resistant to 165 feet (50m)
  • User-replaceable battery and low-battery indicator
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Not water resistant

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This watch is not actually water resistant and the manufacturer says it is only designed to withstand splashing. "This watch is designed to withstand light splashing as in washing hands, getting caught in the rain, etc. However it is not going to last if exposed to water, or submersed in water for long periods of time." I cannot even shower with mine without the watch fogging and the occasional full lock up requiring drying it near my water heater.

That said, it does always come back to life, and is otherwise very reliable. Just have to remember to take it off before a swim.