I don't need the barometer. I suspect it's a niche usercase.
Not kayaking, but running under the rain, or while sweating heavily didn't cause any problem so far with the watch.
If the watch is seriously waterproof, people will want to use to swim. They will want to know their swimming distances which is challenging because the gps signal is lost each time the watch goes into the water. That's not going to be any kind of easy. Swimming distances in the swimming pool and in open waters, also 2 different things.
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