Casio Collection Men’s Watch SGW-300H-1AVER

Target Audience : Gent – Style : Sports – Item Shape : Round – Colors : Black – Materials : Resin – Dimensions : 49,2mm x 50mm x 14,1mm – Movement Type : Quartz – Water Resistance : 10 atm – Glass : Mineral – epaisseur : 14 – – Spécifications : Chronograph, Countdown, Altimeter, Barometer, Thermometer, Lighting

Product Features

  • A light-emitting diode (LED) is used to illuminate the watch face
  • Even temperatures as low as -10 °C have no effect on this watch
  • Displays the current time in major cities and specific areas around the world

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3 Responses to Casio Collection Men’s Watch SGW-300H-1AVER

  1. Colin says:

    Good – as expected from Casio! This watch is excellent value and highly recommended. It is well made and put together and I like the resin strap. I have been pleasantly surprised by the altimeter’s accuracy and it gets my town’s height just about right at 45M altitude – unbelievable really! Hell, it even changes by 5m when I go upstairs to the toilet!! I disagree with those who expect the thermometer to be accurate on the wrist. Of course it’s going to be warmer close to a heat source with no free air flowing over it or…

  2. Barry MJ Kirk says:

    SWG-300H-1AVER Digital Watch I have for the last twenty years, had a Casio 950 ALT-6100 watch, that I used while mountain walking. However I needed to replace this watch because it no longer functioned correctly.I choose the new Casio SWG-300H watch, mainly due to the price after searching on line under “Casio altimeter watches”The Casio 950 ALT-6100 had a graph of which would show your previous altitude trends, with various sampling rates. It would also log the altitude reading every 15 minutes…

  3. S31 says:

    Decent enough watch and altimeter is perfectly useable if you understand its limitations I picked this up to use when out walking and scrambling. I really only needed the timing functions, but fancied an altimeter so I could fool myself into thinking I’m a serious mountaineer.All the watch functions appear to work fine as you’d expect from Casio – they’ve had the digital watch pretty much down since the eighties. My only criticism of it is that it’s very large and as such not especially comfy. I have small wrists for a man and the large size means it doesn’t sit well…