Date and time
Stopwatch (to the second)
Vertical speed (in m/h)
Positive elevation gain
Average positive vertical speed
Negative elevation gain
Average negative vertical speed
Ascent and descent counter
Overall average vertical speed
At each major change in the environment, the altimeter should be calibrated in the "adjustment" menu and by entering the precise altitude using a known reference (map or altimeter terminal)
Electronic compass with 1° resolution and 6° precision
Target azimuth reading and heading indicator
Display of cardinal directions (N, NNE, NE, ENE, E, etc.)
At each major change in the environment, the compass should be calibrated in the compass "settings" menu and by performing a large figure-of-eight movement with your arm, horizontally, in front of you, keeping the watch on your wrist (read the online manual) and away from any metallic mass.
BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER
Barometer in mbar or HPa
Thermometer in °C or °F
The temperature is affected by the temperature of the body. (its primary use is to compensate for temperature variations in the altitude sensor)
For an accurate measurement of the outside temperature (outside or in a tent), remove the watch and wait at least 5 minutes.
The MW900 mountain watch records your activities for up to 24 hours and can store up to 10 activities in the memory.
In addition to the details of each activity, the watch adds up the total positive elevation gain of all recorded activities (even those deleted) and provides the maximum altitude ever reached
During transportation, the watch is in standby mode.
To start it, just press the start/stop button for 3 seconds until the animation on the screen ends.
When the watch will not be used for a prolonged period, it is possible to put it back in standby mode by performing the same operation.
Standby mode does not affect the data stored in memory or the time.