$28.00

Mini LCD Digital Pedometer Compass Thermometer Time Date Outdoor Hiking Multi-function
[Sku:CGT-SR108S]

This mini hiking computer is designed small and delicate with multifunction including pedometer, compass, altimeter, barometer, thermometer, weather forecast and time with blue LCD backlight display. It looks fashionable and easy to carry. Features: Adopt super-accuracy sensor from Swiss. Mini size and multifunction. Pedometer, steps, calorie, distance, activity time record. Incorporates compass, altimeter, barometer, thermometer. Weather forecast, time and date. Comes with a carabiner for easy carry. IPX 4 waterproof. LCD blue backlit. Specifications: 1) Pedometer Step counter range: 0 - 99999 steps Calorie: 0 - 9999.9KCAL Distance range: 0 - 99.99(KM)(MILE) Activity time record: Available 2) Altimeter Display range: -2296ft to 29500ft (-700m to 9000m) Resolution: 1m/3ft Altimeter measurement: Sea level altitude / Climbing altitude Unit: M / Ft unit switch available 3) Barometer Display range: 300hpa to 1100hpa (8.8 to 32.6inHg) Resolution: 0.1hpa 4) Thermometer Display range: -10℃ to 60℃ Resolution: 1℃ Unit: ℃ / ℉ unit switch available 5) Compass Display mode: 360º with 16 directions Resolution: 1° 6) Weather Forecast Forecast: Forecast for next 12 to 24 hours weather Four weather status: Sunny-Slight sunny-Cloudy-Rain 7) Time & Date Display mode: 24H or 12H available 8) Backlight Display mode: 5 seconds super bright LCD blue backlit Waterproof level: IPX4 9) Others Model: SR108S Color: Orange Material: ABS Dimension: 62 * 53 * 15mm / 2.4 * 2.1 * 0.6in Weight: 28g / 1oz Package size: 13.5 * 10 * 2.5cm / 5.3 * 3.9 * 1in Package weight: 65g / 2.3oz Note: Please do NOT submerge in water. Carabiner may differ in color or shape due to product stock. Package List: 1 * Mini Pedometer 1 * Carabiner 1 * User Manual (English)
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