[Cdt-l] Cdt-l Digest, Vol 73, Issue 20

Dylan Carlson carlsods at gmail.com
Sat Oct 26 13:15:27 CDT 2013

My Suunto Core altimeter watch has a very functional thermometer.  Not
surprisingly, the thermometer is inaccurate when attached to your body heat
- you have to set it on a rock for a few minutes to get good data.  The
altimeter and compass (and digital watch and alarm) make the Core a handy

Dylan Carlson
CDT 2009
PNT 2006

From: Brian Dickson <briansolar1 at yahoo.co.uk>
> Subject: [Cdt-l] thermometer recommendations for backpacking?
> Hi folks,
> Has anyone any recommendations for a trail thermometer? I would like one
> that I can record daily temperatures just for interest really so that I can
> keep a note in my journal. One that I could leave out overnight and it
> would record the minimum overnight temperature would be ideal. I guess
> keeping the weight down is important too!
> My search so far has led me to a casio wrist watch type such as this one:
> http://www.amazon.com/Casio-Quartz-Digital-Display-SGW-100-1VEF/dp/B001CZXB80/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pd_nS_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=3JY9VZHJYJKYI&coliid=IUBXCTMABGJYO
> I am from Scotland and for some reason it is cheaper on uk amazon at about
> $50 than this US link .
> The other type I have looked at is an old fashioned garden
> non-digital?min/max thermometer.
> Anyway any thoughts or experience are appreciated!
> Brian
> Black Isle Scotland
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