Tritium Skydiving Altimeter Wearable

Meet the Tritium Skydiving Altimeter: a handy tool that sits on your wrist and lets you know about your altitude using LED lights. It has 16 LEDs, each of which represent 1000 or 100 feet, depending on the mode. When the light is green, you are fine. But when it turns red, it is time to pull. Here are the specs:

  • Operating altitude: -1,600 to 29,500 feet
  • Altitude indication: 0-16,000 feet
  • Weight: 90 g
  • Battery life: 10 hours

This altimeter lets you know about your altitude without you having to read the exact number. Like what you see? You can find this product on Kickstarter.

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