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Thanks for the detailed response. I have been considering this Pathfinder for a while, since I like doing day hikes and it would have a "cool" factor as well as being moderately useful for navigating without pulling out my phone every five seconds. It could be handy for just tracking weather changes at home, too. Everything you said matches up with the online reviews.
Consider something from Casio like the pathfinder series might which offer most of what you're after, sans calories (that's bogus anyway, imho). They also make the riseman, which has alti-thermo-baro with g-shock ruggedness. I use my Casio g-shock rescue for hiking as well as scuba diving and any other activity where I wouldn't wear my formal watches. Six years going with hundreds of miles hiked, hundreds of dives. It's been on my wrist in every body of water, mountain, and continent I've traveled to. The thing is everything I hoped it would be.
The Casio Pathfinder is currently my favorite watch. I got mine for $100 at Sam's Club.
Some people think it is dorky/overkill, but I use its many features all the time. Its alarm, timer, and stopwatch functions are very easy to use and I love predicting the weather with the barometer. The compass has also gotten me out of a bind a few times. One of my favorite features is the automatic backlight that turns on when you tilt the watch face towards you.
It is also extremely light for its size! It is much lighter and comfortable than my other watches with metal bands. I hardly can feel it on my wrist when I'm wearing it.
I assumed that wasn't right, but like I said - no clear info on either Casio's site of Amazon.
Just to prove I'm not nuts, scroll down and find "item weight" - 16oz...
This is my go to. Have had it for 6 years and 2 deployments
Casio Men's Pathfinder PAG240-1CR Solar Powered Triple Sensor Sport Watch [link]
Closest is probably the PAG240-1CR Pathfinder [link]
I have a Casio Protrek PAG240 I'll sell if you're interested.