Casio’s new watch adds more features for outdoor adventurers. New backlit, dual-layer LCD shows even more info at a glance. Includes sunrise/sunset data, 48-city world time, altimeter, barometer, compass, thermometer, stopwatch, and five alarms, and is powered by a self-charging solar battery. Black resin band and large buttons that can be used even with gloves on.
Not available for shipment outside of the U.S. and Canada.
2" diameter face. 10"L.
Solar rechargeable battery can operate up to 6 months on a full charge without further exposure to light.
Battery power indicator.
Automatic EL backlight with afterglow
100m water resistant
31 world time zones (48 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off option
5 daily alarms
Hourly time signal on/off option. Button operation signal on/off option.
1/100 second stopwatch can measure up to 9:59'59.99". Measures elapsed time, split time, first- and second-place times
Auto calendar programmed through 2099
Countdown timer with a range of 1 minute to 24 hours. Can count down in 1-minute or 1-hour increments.
Toggle between 12/24 hour format
Accuracy of +/1 15 seconds per month
16 points of measurement
Unit of measurement: 1 degree
-700 to 10,000 m (-2,300 to 32,800 ft.)
Unit of measurement: 5 m (20 ft.)
Manual memory stores up to 25 records, each including altitude, date, and time
Auto memory stores highest altitude, lowest altitude, total ascent, and total descent
Altitude reference setting
Altitude differential graphic
260 to 1,100 hPa (7.65 to 32.45 inHg)
Unit of measurement: 1 hPa (0.05 inHg)
Atmospheric pressure differential graphic
Atmospheric pressure tendency graph
-10 to 60° C (14 to 140° F)
Unit of measurement: 0.1° C (0.2° F)
Displays sunrise and sunset times for a specific date
In the past, I have not been able to wear an ABC (altimeter, barometer, compass) watch full-time because I always found they were too complicated to be instantly usable, but this is not the case with the PAG-240. The PAG-240 combines useful features and an intuitive user interface into an unbelievably light package. This Pathfinder actually weighs nearly half as much as the last dive watch I bought, and feels comparatively like you’re not wearing a watch at all. topwatches.org