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Product description

Lad Weather - Sensor Master V

Heart rate monitor function has been added!

[Specifications]
Trip Mode
-Step, Distance and Calorie can be selected as trip goal
-Progress of Step/ Distance/ Calories Burnt Goal displayed by Pie Chart
-Smart lap
-Absolute Altitude, Lap Step/ Distance/ Time/ Calories Burnt / Average Speed/ Max Heart Rate/ Average Heart Rate in each Trip Point
-Total Step/ Traveled Distance/ Calories Burnt/ Traveled Time/ Average Speed/ Max Heart Rate/ Average Heart Rate and Final Trip Point Altitude

Heart Rate Monitor Function
-Measure heart rate by watch caseback according to PPG method
-Set heart rate zone automatically from Health/ Fat-burn/ Aerobic
-Set heart rate zone manually
-Heart Rate Alarm rings when heart rate is higher or lower than the preset heart rate zone

Altimeter
-Current Altitude
-Altitude graph
-Altitude Alarm: When the current altitude is equal to or higher than the preset altitude level, watch starts beeping.

Barometer
-Current Barometric Pressure
-Record hourly Sea Pressure automatically
-Sea Pressure chart

Digital Compass
-Direction amp; Azimuth
-Compass Lock
-Backward bearing

Weather Forecast
-Sunny/ Cloudy with sun/ Cloudy/ Raining/ Storm
-Storm Alarm

Stopwatch
-Lap time (up to 100 laps available)
-Unit: 1/100 seconds

Others
-Thermometer
-World Time
-Countdown Timer
-Daily Alarm
-German sensor
-30 Meters water resistance
-Display hour, minute, second, day, date, month
-Daylight Saving Time
-Power Saving Mode
-EL Backlight
-Low Battery Icon
-Battery rechargeable by USB cable
-Operation sound ON/OFF
-Dial display contrast level setting

Battery Life
-Use heart rate monitor all the time: 19 hours
-Use time function only: 2623 hours
-Daily use as below: 382 hours
heart rate monitor 1hr, alarm 30sec, backlight 30sec, barometer 35min, compass 5min


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