Summary: I am overall satisfied with the watch. A few things I've noticed. As the barometer changes, so does the altimeter reading, whether I changed altitude or not; but it can changed manually. Also, to get an accurate temperature reading, I had to take the watch off due to body heat, but other than that it seemed to be accurate, as did the compass.
Summary: Pros: Visually appealing, Nice accuracy for most sensors and time keeping Cons: Alarm volume and Hourly chime too soft. I recently purchased this watch after reading several reviews and doing product searches. Sensors a fairly accurate. I had to rest the barametric sensor to correct to current atmospheric pressure. Showed 25.8 where local broadcast weather and barometer showed ~29.9 in Hg. Compass was right on.
Summary: I had to try out this watch. I just broke the crystal in my Suunto Core trying to get the back off of it to fix the battery. This Casio watch is heavy. Functions are good but I prefer the Suunto watch with the same functions. This watch is very heavy. After sizing the band, it sits a little snug on the wrist. I can really tell it is there. I am only on day one with this watch and am testing it through the weekend to see if I can get used to it.
Summary: I've had this watch for over a year now and I've truly enjoyed it. Never had any problems with it, and love all the great features. It's incredibly durable and surprisingly not very heavy considering the somewhat bulky size for watches in this category. The solar power and the atomic timekeeping are the best features -- never have to re-set the time or replace batteries.
Summary: It's a big and heavy watch. But it looks very nice. The compass works fine. The altitude meter is not really accurate, but it works good if you want to measure differences in height. The barometer seems to work. Only thing is, the temperature is only accurately given when the watch is not on your wrist (for a while). Seems your body temperature influences the reading. But I hear that all watches with a weather station have the same problem.
Summary: Bought this high tech watch a year ago because the lcd in my old Casio became dim. I am happy to report that the lcd is still bright. I concur with the other reviews except the remark about the atomic timekeeping doesn't work worldwide. It does work worldwide. I travel several times a year to/from Europe and I have no trouble with the atomic timekeeping. My only gripe with this watch is that the black on the case one year after is very scratched.
Summary: I wanted a good looking, do it all watch. I saw the black plastic version of this watch and thought it was too big and heavy. I decided to take a look at the Titanium version. Amazingly, the watch is light, right on the verge of being too big, but is not so big that I notice it. I've worn it for a week and am starting to really like it. It has all of the functions that I want and I think Casio has finally broken the code on the Atomic time signal reception.
Summary: I am delighted with this watch. So, far it has performed fantastically. I am a pilot and this watch flys alot. However the sensors put up with the pressurizations and altitude extremes very well. When I land and open the door the watch is usually within +/- 100 feet of the correct field elevation, and .10 inches of mercury. It looks great, is easy to read, and the band is comfortable.
Summary: This is my fourth Casio Triple Sensor watch and they keep getting better. Firstly, this one is flat out gorgeous. It sort of reminds me of a fine, new BMW with its aerodynamic shapes and curves, and every part of the body and band transition nicely into each other... my compliments to the chef. The Atomic feature is excellent, as well as the Solar Power.