Stay on track with the Columbia Men's Switchback Digital Compass Watch. The watch features a digital display and various functions, including a digital compass, thermometer, 24-hour countdown, 50-lap memory, 10 run data storage and Trakbak technology. The watch is water-resistant up to 100 m and comes with a free-falling strap with a Columbia logo.
Features and Benefits
Digital compass, thermometer, 24-hour countdown, 50-lap memory, 10 run data storage and Trakbak technology functions
Free-falling strap with a Columbia logo
100 m water resistance
Manufacturer warranty - general:
Manufacturer warranty - parts:
Scratch-resistant mineral glass
Up to 100 m
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What's in the Box
Columbia Men's Switchback Digital Compass Watch
Rated 5 out of
Excellent!This watch is excellent on my opinion. The watch looks great and performs great too.
The options of the watch are divided on 6 screens (Time, Compass, Chrono, Chrono Recall, Timer, Alarm).
During Time (Main) screen the numbers are big and easy to read at all times. On the dark the glaring negatives are excellent. You have: time #1 or #2 [With the option of military time for both], combinations of: Day and Temperature (C or F) or Day and Date (month/year).
The temperature is very accurate in my opinion when is away the body, however if you are using the watch the temp. may be 10 degrees higher. If you are ok with doing the math and using the temp., make sure to refresh the screen to get the closest temp. possible.
The compass screen/Trakbak technology is just simple and excellent. Just make sure you understand and learn how to use it.
The Chrono screen is simple to use with lap and spl times display.
The Chrono Recall screen helps you recover 50-lap memory and 10 run data storage
The Timer screen gives you two 24-hour countdown timers; 10-run data storage
The Alarm screen gives you two simple to use alarms.
Overall this is a great and simple watch for someone that is active/outdoor kind of person. I love it. Another Columbia product that meets my expectations and demands.