Casio Men's AE-1000W-1AVCF Resin Sport Watch with Black Band
- Resin Band & Case, 100m Water resistance
- Multi Time with 4 different cities & World time with 31 time zones
- 1/100-second stopwatch, 5 daily alarms, Full auto-calendar
- Size of case 48.1 x 43.7mm. 13.7mm Thickness. Total weight 40g
- Approx. battery life: 10 years
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|Dial window material type||Plastic|
|Case diameter||45 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||14 millimetres|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||24 millimetres|
|Calendar||Day, date, and month|
|Water Pressure Resistance||100 metres|
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Displays the current time in major cities and specific areas around the world.
Accurate measurement of of elapsed time with the touch of a button.
A total of five different alarm types are available including hourly time signal option which beeps every hour on the hour.
The watch dial or display illuminates at the touch of a button, helping you to see everything, even in absolute darkness.
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Isn't this amazing that it got the time for close to 50 cities and I can select 4 of them in T1(Home City), T2, T3 and T4 to easily flip through using the bottom right button. This functionality helped me a lot during my 2 international trips through multiple transits. Before the departure I select all the Cities that I'm transiting through so that I can easily flip to that time zone when I land in that airport and I do not need to rely on airport clock or internet to know the time and calculating the time left for catching my connecting flight. I love this watch especially for this functionality.
While scrolling through the time zones for selection the tiny world map in the watch will blink the specific geographical area for that time zone. The capabilities of this watch does not end here, It has lot more to offer.
We can program 5 daily or one time alarms into this tiny piece. Stopwatch, Counter, 12 or 24 hour time format, Day light saving ON or OFF which simplifies the time setting when the DST switches. We can set it to signal a beep for every hour.
There is digitally displayed manual clock at the top right corner which will display your home country time stored in the T1 timezone. When I go on an international trip, I flip the digital display to local time(T2-T4) and will refer the home city time(T1) in the manual clock.
The watch is really durable, light weight, stylish, sporty, water proof, 10 years battery life and comes with a detailed instruction for setting up each and every functionality of this watch.What more can I expect for a 15 dollar watch.
My impression to buy this watch happened after seeing one my friends wearing it. I bought one for me and 3 more for giving it as gift. My friend lost it twice and bought the same watch 3rd time which proves how much he also likes it.
The last thing that I want to say is, I don't like the fancy brands which charge their customers just for the sake of their brand name or fancy packaging and offer noting more than a normal brand offers. I always prefer quality over show off so I picked this Casio watch. I really appreciate that CASIO believed in quality and functionality and not on fancy packaging.
I feel really bad that I'm writing this review after 1.5 years of my purchase and I should have done it long back. I highly recommend this watch for everyone and I'm sure you will never be disappointed.
When I rolled out on the playground with this bad boy the entire class was asking me where I got the watch. The tallest kid even wanted me to play tether ball with him. Girls wanted to hug and even asked me to play chase in the playground. It was a good day. Tomorrow I think I'll try my luck at 7-11. Maybe my intense style will get me a free slurpy.
This watch is definitely a bit difficult to set up. But it's not rocket science just read the instructions and use your intuition and you'll have it set.
Size works for me. I am an adult male with small to average size wrists. On my wrists it looks great.
Someone said that the seconds hand/ticker in the upper right hand round window is too small to see. It's small but of course you can see it. I was surprised how well I could see it after I read that review. Plus the seconds are ticking away next to the time. So you can literally count the seconds.
Construction. It's all plastic. The face covering is plastic. It's very light and although by looking at the price would say it's super cheap it really doesn't feel all that cheap and it doesn't look cheap. I'm pretty stoked to wear this to work with my dress shirt and show off some vintage Casio.
When this breaks I'll buy again. I'm going to get a few more for Christmas presents.
I bought this watch for scuba diving despite the description saying that it is not for scuba diving. This watch is rated to 330ft and was only $12.79 when I bought it so I didn't really mind if it flooded. It worked just fine on dives to over 100ft.
It has some downsides. The face is “busy”. I would prefer to have the numbers larger with smaller (or no) graphics. Casio watches are usually simple to adjust, but this one isn't as intuitive as my others that have a recessed “set” button. It took trial and error to set. Sometimes just bending my wrist would press the lower left button causing the local date/time to change to UTC (Coordinated Universal Time/Greenwich Mean Time) which was initially confusing but easy enough to sort out by scrolling through the menu. Because the watch is not recommended for scuba diving I wouldn't recommend intentionally pressing the buttons under water, but I accidentally pressed that button underwater by bending my wrist and the watch didn't flood.
The Casio W800H-1AV is also rated to 330ft and has a simpler display, but at the time that I bought my watch it was more expensive. (It is LESS expensive as I write this review.) Overall I'm satisfied with my decision to take a chance and use this watch as a cheap “throw away” dive watch.