National Geographic Himalaya

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Nobody knows the outdoors like the National Geographic Society. You’d certainly trust a watch if their name is attached to it and if it’s made by Egana – one of Switzerland’s finest horologists. Unique to this watch is the built-in, pop-up anemometer that measures wind speed and wind chill temperature. It also has a barometer, altimeter, thermometer and even a Beaufort scale. The Japanese quartz movement guarantees accuracy as well as the Swiss-made sensors. It’s colored as the famous yellow borders of the National Geographic magazine for easy spotting in case the watch gets dropped in the terrain. $62.

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