Casio Men's AE1000W-1BVCF Silver-Tone and Black Digital Sport Watch with Black Resin Band
- LED light: A light-emitting diode (LED) is used to illuminate the watch face
- Hourly Time Signal, 1/100 second stopwatch, Countdown Timer, Full auto-calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099
- 12/24 Hour Formats, Button operation tone on/off
- CR2025, 10 years Battery Life, 1 battery
- 100-meter water resistance
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ FREE Delivery
+ $30.00 delivery
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community.
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Please enter a question.
|Dial window material type||Glass|
|Clasp Type||Tang Buckle|
|Case diameter||43.7 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||13.7 millimetres|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||18 millimetres|
|Water Pressure Resistance||330 Feet|
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Customers who bought this item also bought
From the manufacturer
10 Year Battery
Built in 10 year battery that will provide a decade of use without the worry of changing batteries.
World time shows the time in 48 cities (31 time zones) around the world.
5 Daily Alarms + Hourly Time Signal
5 alarms that can be configured as a daily or a one time alarm and then is disabled automatically.
You can also turn on an hourly time signal which acts like a cuckoo clock that beeps twice at the top off every hour on the hour.
100 Meter Water Resistant
Suitable for everyday use and swimming and snorkeling but not suitable for high board diving or sub-aqua diving.
Review this product
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
There are actually three, one big and two small. The biggest issue is that the buttons are too easy to press accidentally, especially the time zone one, which changes the main display time. If you wear the watch on your left arm, it's pressed against your wrist if you flex your hand. If you reach into your pocket, the button is easily pressed. If your watch catches against anything, the time zone button gets pressed. More times than I can count, the time changes on me randomly, and you usually don't realize it unless you're looking very closely at the zone indicator. Sure it's easier to realize an hour difference when you're in your own time zone in your own routine, but when traveling in different time zones this is a huge problem.
Second, the "home time" dial is extremely difficult to read. The hands are hair thin and look just like the refer marks on the face, making it very confusing without very close inspection in good light. I ignored this warning from other reviewers, dismissing them as old blind people or something. But, as with old blind people in movies, they were wise and should have been heeded!
Third, the illuminator light is totally useless. Totally. Do not expect to know what time it is in the dark if you're relying on this watch (unless you also have a flashlight).
All of these issues have been mentioned in other reviews and should be considered before buying. If you can live with these, then it's a great watch. But If you can't, you've been warned...
I loved my earlier version of this watch and LOVE this one. I so dig the time zones map and displays. The only complaint (which is super small, is that I wish the light were brighter or longer, but that would suck the battery to death in a week, so no sweat.)
I LOVE THIS MODEL! I say, embarrassingly unashamed to Casio (cuz they stand alone), THANK YOU FOR CONTINUING TO MAKE A WATCH LIKE THIS--Time Zone Maps, Lighted Features, Multiple Set Clocks, etc.
I'm in News, but I also just love Time Keeping. (I'm a super geek back when it wasn't cool, it got you beat up.) This Casio give me quick access to several key "hot spot" times. Plus, my default--which is very practical for me--is my time zone (Central) followed in the next selection by UTC; which, of course, can then give me the major cities of the world! The ease to switch between local and UTC has proven a usefulness I didn't expect. Plus, the Stopwatch and Timer is just very convenient.
I, who has owned Timex to Rolex, remain your most loyal customer.
I called the customer service of the repair department of Casio and the guy on the phone is not helpful at all. He asked me to send to them without sending me the prepaid shipping slip and couldn't address my watch problem until they receive it. It is Casio's product's problem and why I need to go through all the hassles?
The more I wear this watch, the more I like it. All functions work as intended. One function permits setting of time for up to four different cities/time zones, so you can quickly switch from your local time to one of the other three for easy reference. This is in addition to the world time function, which has times for 48 cities (31 time zones). DST has to be set manually for all cities/time zones, but that's true on a much expensive world time watch that I have. It's also not been hard to set time and to set the other functions, e.g., the other three quick-reference time zones. Watch also has an analog clock (the round dial) which remains set on your local time setting when you are either in one of the three quick-reference zones or in the world time function. Comes with a 10-year battery, but since one can't know how long ago the battery was activated, no real way of knowing whether it will last 10 years. Still a terrific deal at the price so long as it last for awhile.
As far as timekeeping goes, they're not tremendously accurate, but for the price they are good enough. They tend to be about off by ±10 seconds over the course of a month as measured against time.gov.