Why settle for a watch that just tells time when you can strap the Casio Pathfinder Solar Power Watch on your wrist? Aside from the fact that you’ll appear much more awesome to your friends when you say you’re wearing an Adventurometer, instead of a super-lame watch, this little bit of gadget goodness will keep you up-to-date on a variety of situations, regardless of where your worldly adventures take you.
Updates from atomic clocks located in the U.S., U.K., Germany, Japan, and China, which are sent out 6 times a day, make sure you’re always aware of the time, and the display lets you adjust the format for standard time, world time, or 24-hour time. You’ll also have a chance to become a master planner because the watch – excuse me, Adventurometer – also has an 87-year calendar. That should help keep you on track for a little while, right?
In addition to providing the 411 on the time, you’ll also be informed about various weather elements with the built-in altimeter, barometer, and thermometer, and the compass makes sure you always know where you are.
As if that didn’t make the Adventurometer cool enough, you can forget about the hassle of changing those teensy little watch batteries because the built-in, rechargeable battery stores energy collected by a solar cell in the watch’s face, providing up to five months of use.
The Always Accurate Adventurometer – Casio PAW5000-1 Pathfinder
- Water-resistant down to 328′.
- Stainless steel case and black resin band with scratch-resistant sapphire crystal face.
- Solar Powered
- Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping
- Tough Movement
- Needle Indicator for Compass Direction, Altimeter Differential and Barometric Tendency.
- 2 1/4″ L x 2″ W x 1/2″ H. (3 1/4 oz.)