Summary: My Casio watches tend to last me for 6+ years, going through 3+ bands. Last model, I just wore out the contacts on the buttons! So I look for a watch with an easily replaceable, inexpensive band, meaning I can go to Kmart or Shopko and get one easily. Check.
Summary: Excelent, just as described. Perfect for everyday use and reading the altimeter and barometer. A little problem with the thermometer because you have to take it of and let it stand for a while to read a good temperature of the ambient.
Summary: Don't pass this watch up! I've been wanting a twin sensor G shock for some time, but couldn't bring myself to pay nearly 100$(or more) for something that I flet was a gimmick,I mean,come on, a watch that does these functions accurately? I was leery to say the least.
Summary: PROS: Rugged, retro styling, current time shown in every mode, accurate barometer, great feature set for the price CONS: Digital display has modest viewing angles, resin band is thin, altimeter is pressure-based Overall, this SGW300 series represents a terrific bang for the buck.
Summary: The thermometer takes a long time to equilibrate. It's pretty useless since to get a good reading you have to take it off and wait 15 minutes for it to read true ambient temp. You have to calibrate the altimeter every time you use it since it works on atmospheric pressure and pressure changes daily.
Summary: All declared functions (barometer, altimeter, termometer, alarms) work good. But you must understand how altimeter works: even on the table altimeter can show different altitude if atmospheric pressure changes. Calibrate it every time pressure changes to get proper altitude measurment.
Summary: I bought this to get altitude readings . It is way off it shows my house anywhere from 80 feet to 500 feet in altitude. I live near the Cal delta in Benicia Ca, I go to the pier downtown and get a reading of 200 feet below sea level. The temperature readout has been off by 10 degrees