The Rock, the second version of the land instrument, boasts a new dynamic design of just 44gr as well
as new hardware and functionality.
The product development team at LINDE WERDELIN was able to extend the life of the battery by three
times, four days of skiing in low temperatures, increase the memory by four times allowing the user to
store more data and change the navigation menu to a more user friendly one.
This sophisticated instrument is able to guide users with a 3-axis compass, the different temperatures at
various altitudes, can be set to warn of temperatures below -12°C and frostbite danger, has an
inclination sensor with avalanche warnings, shows weather trends.
Apart from being a sporting tool, the Rock also serves as a guide having the LW Ski Guide incorporated
in the instrument for the user to be able to extract the available information when needed.
Available in three color variation, the Rock is the perfect accompaniment whether skiing, mountaineering
or at a fitness session, providing guidance, protection and entertainment.
Temperature including frostbite warning alarm
3-axis compass with inclination sensor
Altimeter and isotherm for 0°C (32°F) freezing-level
LW Ski guide incorporated
Solid anodized aluminum
Anti-scratch mineral crystal
Full graphical LCD with EL backlight
Sensors: External wireless temperature sensor
Internal sensors for altimeter, barometer, inclination, compass
Heart rate sensor sold separately
32Mb on board flash memory
High performance 8 MHz 16bit MPU
2.4GHz wireless sensor network
Wireless upgradeable software and log transfer to computer
Memory less Li-ion, 165 mAh
Charger with USB 2.0 and 2.4GHz wireless interface
30 meters (98 feet)
Width 50 x 53mm, height 22m
Display: 35mm x 35mm / 128 x 128 pixels
$1,240 to $4,040.