Men's Casio Sport Classic

Introducing new outdoor watches with Twin Sensor capabilities that measure temperature and altitude/air pressure.

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Description & Features+

Introducing new outdoor watches with Twin Sensor capabilities that measure temperature and altitude/air pressure.

A large LCD shows at-a-glance readouts of the data produced in each mode. A high-performance pressure sensor provides altitude readings up to 10,000 meters and automatic air pressure readings every two hours. Measurement results are displayed graphically, which can be used to predict upcoming weather with reasonable accuracy.

Large function buttons allow the one-push operation of illumination and altitude measurement. 100-meter water resistance and low-temperature resistance up to -10C/14F allow these models to be worn in the rain, around the water and just about everywhere else. Functions include World Time, stopwatch, 5 alarms and much more. An aluminum bezel and five screws provide a handsome look of quality.

These models come with a choice of three bands: plastic, cloth, or metal.

  • Altimeter
    Measuring range: -700 to 10,000 m (-2,300 to 32,800 ft) without reference altitude
    Measuring unit: 5 m (20 ft)
    Others: Reference altitude setting
  • Barometer
    Display range: 260 to 1,100 hPa (7.65 to 32.45 inHg)
    Display unit: 1 hPa (0.05 inHg)
    Barometric pressure differential pointer
  • Thermometer
    Display range: -10 to 60 C (14 to 140 F)
    Display unit: 0.1 C (0.2 F)
  • 100M Water Resistant
  • Low Temperature Resistant (-10 C / 14 F)
  • LED Light with Afterglow
  • Five daily alarms
  • Hourly time signal
  • World Time
    31 times zones (48 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off
  • 1/100 second stopwatch
    Measuring capacity: 23:59'59.99"
    Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
    Countdown Timer
    Measuring unit: 1 second
    Countdown range: 1 minute to 24 hours (1-minute increments and 1-hour increments)
  • Full auto-calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099)
  • 12/24 hour formats
  • Button operation tone on/off
  • Accuracy: +/-30 seconds per month
  • Battery: CR2016
  • Approx. Battery Life: 3 Years

Assembled product dimensions: L 4.00 inches x W 4.00 inches x H 3.00 inches x W 1.00 pounds


Available for Shipping to Canada Post
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Casio Canada Ltd
Supplier Warranty
This product, except the case, band, glass, and battery, is warranted by Casio to the original purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
Supplier Warranty Length
1 year
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30359837, 30163761
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Ratings & Reviews+

Men's Casio Sport Classic is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 14.
Date published: 2012-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from nice watch nice watch and chip
Date published: 2016-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cheaply priced shortcut to a 3 sensor watch Not wanting to spend over $200 on a Pathfinder three sensor watch, I combined this altimeter/temperature watch with a $16 quality mini Suunto Clipper watchband compass for a low cost 2 oz solution to my navigational needs as an AT trail runner--with elevation profiles and a trail map, I am able to keep track of where I am on the white blazed trail. At this price, watches with altimeter, temperature and compass sensors only come two sensors at a time, one as temperature. You have to spend a lot more money to get the consolidated advantage of all three sensors. I just needed to make sure I didn't get turned around on the trail, undoing my progress. For triangulation of position, you need very accurate maps and a ruled compass which you don't have with a wrist mounted, electronic compass, either. It made more sense for me to go with an altimeter watch and get the quality Suunto Clipper compass for the watch band to serve my needs. Reviewers have wrongly dismissed the accuracy/precision of the altimeter and thermometer sensors. If only these 'geniuses' would have read the manual before commenting. Other well informed reviewers have already correctly stated that you have to calibrate the sensors while the watch is on the wrist in order to get accurate environmental temperature and pressure readings (manual suggests best temperature reading is with the watch off, although it seems to work fine for the other reviewers and for myself if the watch is calibrated while on the wrist when reading it from the wrist, and the manual reads best pressure reading is made while on the wrist after the body has normalized the watch temperature). For altimeter readings, you must compensate for changes in weather by occasionally calibrating the altimeter at a known elevation. In my case, I have an AT companion guide that provides numeric elevations at key points along the trail. The altimeter reads in increments of 20 ft, which is perfect for me in determining my position with an elevation map on mountains that usually vary between 1000-4000 ft where I usually hike. As long as I used these calibration recommendations, my readings were practically useful when referenced to other information such as I have described. The unit has 5 daily alarms, a 24 hour countdown timer and a two finish stopwatch function. The countdown timer is a full 24 hours with hrs/min/sec which is very desirable in most cases, but start time can only be set initially at hr/min (no seconds), so you can't countdown from a 1-59 second start time. I should have spent a little more time researching this watch, by downloading the watch pdf manual (if there is one, and there usually is). I'm a little disappointed with my oversight there, but it is what it is--not a deal breaker, though. The written manual comes in a few languages, and the English version reads very well and gives clear instructions. The print is very tiny however; older, less visually endowed patrons would do well to download a manual and use a pdf reader with its zoom function. The countdown timer gives one beep every second for 5 seconds at the end of the count down. The alarm is easily heard in a quiet room with ventilation running (no TV or conversation) or in an isolated forest with calm weather. Add any sound to that and you may miss your alarm. I missed the 12 minute alarm while sunning on the patio when the A/C unit compressor came on and drowned out the alarm. The time resets to the initial start time and memorizes it (a desirable feature), but there is no count up time to alert you to how much time has passed since zero time was reached (in case you didn't hear the alarm, which is often the case). The 5 daily alarms give two beeps every second for 10 seconds. It might serve as a daily reminder to take supplements or meds throughout the day (provided the environment is relatively quiet), but I wouldn't rely on this alarm to wake me from an 8 hour sleep, even having it next to my ear. I would have preferred a continuous alarm that I'd have to deactivate, and one that is loud enough to wake the dead (70-85 dB), but good luck finding that on a watch with a low capacity watch battery. I was hoping to use the timer for brief recovery naps while trail running. I will now have to get a separate kitchen timer or miniature alarm clock with good battery capacity to guarantee I wake up. Not really the fault of the watch--the battery wouldn't last long otherwise. The watch manual states the accuracy of the watch is +/- 30 sec a month. That's probably true, as I set the watch to minute accuracy (not seconds) about a month ago against Windows internet updated time, and the watch is about 45 seconds ahead of that now (probably only drifted 15 seconds fast). I used the watch while trail running in July, and the altimeter practically provided elevation information to help me pinpoint my position on an elevation map. It's water resistant to 100m, and it has an attractive rubber wrist band that my Suunto compass clips to securely. It is supposedly safe from sweat, rain and the occasional creek dunking, although in my case, I have not risked testing the water seal with an intentional dive, although I probably should do that before the warranty period is up, hey? I sweat about 6-7 quarts of water and salt over 10 hours of trail running in the mountains with it. It seems to have survived that. The night light can be set to 1 second illumination or 3, which is nice to have if you complain about how brief the light seems to last on other watches, but the light is a big drain on battery life. I miss the Indiglo blue beauty of Timex illumination, but it's not really a sale breaker for me. The illumination on this Casio is an LED back light that gives the background an unevenly lit olive green look. I run with a headlamp so the only time I need the back light is when camped in the dark when a headlamp might be inconvenient for other hikers in the same shelter trying to sleep. For the discounted price I paid for this watch (retails about $65) I think I have a 5 star winner. It works a lot better than what you'd expect to get for this price. I had it shipped free for Walmart pick up, and the watch was delivered within a day or two of the time frame provided. If you can afford to spend $200 on a three sensor watch, go for it, but if your needs are similar to mine, why spend an extra $140 that you don't have to? Hope my experience with this watch has helped you.
Date published: 2015-08-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Crystal scratched almost immediately Nice watch with great teachers. A bit smaller than it looks. The Crystal was scratched very easily almost immediately. I probably would not buy another one.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good watch, especially for the price. The watch is great and has a comfortable wrist band. After changing the language and geographic area, the temperature sensor worked good too. The five alarms are very useful, but the timing of the signals are a little short.
Date published: 2014-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Watch! I got my first barometer watch (also a Casio) back in the 1980's. Time for something newer. My first impression is that we've come a long way since then in watches. Easier to read, and much easier to set, largely intuitive. The styling is a lot nicer, and easier to read as well, with fair sized LED display. Buttons are easy to use, and the barometer and the thermometer seem to provide reasonable readings. Nice to also have the altimeter. I am very pleased with this purchase, and glad I purchased two. Great value, functional, and quite stylish.
Date published: 2014-05-05
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