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Digitude Altimeter - Standard

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Digitude Altimeter - Standard
Digitude Altimeter - Standard
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The Digitude electronic freefall altimeter is a totally solid state device, designed specifically for skydiving and other air sports. The altitude is displayed on a custom designed backlit digital LCD display, which is readable under all ambient light conditions.

Added: 2001-11-03 | Last Modified: 2017-02-28 | Views: 5341 | Item ID: 278

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Digitude 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: AdD, 2005-08-19

I like mine, the issues I have are that when I land it likes to read 100ft, even though I zeroed it on the ground, and that it will turn off easily if bumped in the plane.


Gotta have the Tude. 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: NoShitThereIWas, 2005-02-22

I love my Digitude. I never have to look at my altimeter for more than a split second to know exactly where I am at. I have never had a problem with its accuracy (unless of course you go above 19K or something). I would never have an analog altimeter again. Too bulky, heavy, annoying to wear.

The only problem I have with my Digitude is that the little screws sometimes loosen and come undone. I tried putting some clear nailpolish on the screws when tightened and it seems to help a little. Other than that, an excellent altimeter.

Worth owning, good altimeter 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: 377, 2004-02-19

The Digitude is a very good altimeter. It is accurate, rugged and easy to read. The mfr supports older units and offers very reasonbly priced upgrades, a BIG plus in my book. My only gripe is that you can't rely on its LCD battery indicator. If you do you may end up with a dead altimeter on a jump. No big deal, just put in a new battery when you see even the slightest decrease in indicated battery strength on the LCD. It does not eat bateries fast if you turn it off btwn jumps. The upgrade from the incandescent light to the glow panel is worth doing if you do night jumps and have the old style. The extra digit upgrade for reading out in tens of feet rather than hundreds is probably not worth doing, just not that useful.

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