Mingo climbing mountaineering watch with electronic sensors which measures and shows the outdoor conditions: Temperature, pressure, altitude and compass directions; Also provides the essential information and the time during you are performing hiking, wild camping and other outdoor activities especially for a prolonged period.
Mingo climbing mountaineering watch also includes current time, daily alarm, chronograph, timer, pacer and dual time function.
- Can display altitude in meter or feet, zero altitude / absolute altitude / sea level pressure
- Barometer / pressure recording and calibration
The watch includes two functional displays: Temperature and history display
- Forecasting the weather patterns in the future
- Showing second time zone
- Magnetic compass point to the magnetic north which is slightly different from the true north, check the What is Magnetic Declination section for more detail
- To measure elapsed times, accumulative elapsed time and lap times
- Including 4 kinds of functional display: Day, temperature, altitude tendency and sea level pressure tendency
- Two daily alarm: Daily alarm 1 and 2 are working independently.
- When the pacer is activated, it will generate beep rate. The beeping rate can be set from 30 to 180 beats per minute (BOM) in step of 5.
Power: CR2032 battery
Work temperature: -10 Degrees Celsius ~ 60 Degrees Celsius
Work voltage: 3 V
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Water Resistant Watches are sealed to witstand some pressure.
Water resistance is tested in measurements of atmosphere (ATM). Each ATM denotes 10 meters of static water-pressure. This is not the depth to which a watch can be worn. Many watch cases will list the basic measurement of 1 ATM as "water-resistant." These watches will withstand small splashes of water but should not be worn while washing the hands or submerging the hands in water.
Remember, water resistance is tested under static conditions. Wearing a watch which is 50 metres water resistant in water will expose the watch to a much greater pressure than during a 50 metre static test. Therefore the number of metres shown on the watch does not indicate the depth that the watch can be taken to.
Here is a general guide
50M = 5ATM = Shower Proof - it's ok to get it wet a bit.
100M = 10ATM = Extended Water Exposure good for swimming or snorkeling.
200M = 20ATM = Pressure Resistant made for Scuba and Skin Diving.
Q: A 100M watch is surely strong enough on a shallow dive?!
A: No! It isn't because it has not been high pressure sealed. 100M watches are only good for Snorkeling!
Q: What will happen if I try to dive with a watch that is less than 200M Resistant?
A: The watch's seal will be broken, it will flood and break..irrepairably.
Q: So which watch to buy?
A: Think about what you need it for and bear in mind that Scuba Watches (200M) look really cool but tend to be very heavy, which makes them uncomfortable for everyday use.