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A tough, dependable, and attractive multifunction watch. Solar batteries can last for 5 months on a single charge. Altitude range is -2,300 to 32,800 feet. Waterproof to 660 feet. Additional features include digital compass, barometer, thermometer, time, and alarms.
Expensive. Some users found the display too dim.
Uses a triple sensor setup to measure altitude, temperature, and barometric pressure. Solar batteries are dependable and don't require maintenance. Watch measures altitude between -2,300 and 30,000 feet. Durable construction includes a stainless steel bezel and mineral glass. Very fair price.
Determines altitude based on barometric pressure, so readings can be slightly off when the weather changes.
A great pick if you're after a multi-sport, multifunction GPS watch. Features include navigation, a 3-axis compass, a gyroscope, a heart rate monitor, and a barometric altimeter. Garmin Connect app includes smart notifications, personalization, and access to the online Garmin fitness community.
Quite costly. A bit bulky. Some users found the Connect app unintuitive.
A very inexpensive pick. Made from durable ABS plastic. Includes a lanyard for hands-free carrying or backpack mounting. Adjustable dial lets you account for high or low pressure systems. Uses no batteries and requires no maintenance. Measures up to 15,000 feet.
Doesn't include a robust feature set like an altimeter watch.
This analog altimeter easy mounts to a dashboard with hook-and-loop attachments. Simple to read. Uses barometric pressure to determine altitude. Requires no batteries. Measures up to 15,000 feet. Comes with step-by-step instructions for setting up and adjusting.
This dashboard-mounted altimeter is limited to vehicle applications.
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