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- Black sport watch with orange pops of color featuring 1/100-second stopwatch and countdown timer
- Japanese quartz movement with analog-digital display. solar technology, receive thermal and electrical energy
- Also features five alarms, auto calendar, and world time with 31 time zones and 48 cities
- Size of case : 47.6×42×10.6mm
- Approx. battery operating time:10 months on rechargeable battery (operation period with normal use without exposure to light after charge)
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|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Display Type||Analog and digital|
|Case diameter||41.5 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||10.7 millimetres|
|Band length||8 Inches|
|Band width||23 millimetres|
|Calendar||Day and date|
|Special features||Chronograph, dual-Time-display, Light, Stop watch, World time|
|Water Pressure Resistance||330 Feet|
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Casio Men's Slim Solar Multi-Function Analog-Digital Watch
Utilizing a unique Self-Charging solar power system, this sporty analog/digital combination model provides plenty of functionality. A host of features such as 48-city world time, 5 alarms, stopwatch and dual countdown timers make this a versatile timepiece for almost any sport outing. Black resin band analog and digital watch with Black/Orange face.
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Really happy with the purchase,so far so good.
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The Casio arrives partially charged. A click of a button automatically sets the watch. There are a myriad of options for the digital display. I personally like the day of the week.
Charging it merely requires it to face out a window for a few hours. It was raining when I received the watch, so I let it charge almost 24 hours. Probably overkill but there is a handy charge prompt on the digital readout.
It fits perfectly and feels light on the wrist.
Finally, it is solar powered. No need for fumbling about for a replacement battery in 2-3 years.
The strap fits well but I can tell that it will need to be replaced. Again for the price point of this watch, I can live with that. I'm thinking a NATO style in Orange would compliment this well.
Lum is lacking. But seriously at this price point I am splitting hairs.
It is a well designed watch at an incredible price point. Having it being solar powered is icing on the cake. Having if be a Casio is even better than an unheard of knockoff brand.
Here's what I like:
The orange/black contrast makes the analog portion of the watch very easy to read. Unlike a lot of cheap digital watches, this one is very nicely sized. It is neither too big and bulky, nor too small. It is relatively thin for a digital watch, more like the thickness of a higher-end dress watch. A lot of cheap watches like this are really ugly. This is not one of them. It is actually good enough looking that I can wear it to work or take it as my only watch when traveling. I wouldn't call it a dress watch, but it gets by in a way a lot of digital watches can't.
There is no traditional stem to set the analog face, you do everything with the buttons. The stem on a watch is fragile part - I have had them break - so a design that doesn't have one means there is one less thing that can break. It has a solar charging system - meaning it draws energy from the sun and so it should never need a new battery during its expected lifetime (10-12 years). It is light weight and reasonably comfortable to wear, despite the plastic band. I like that there are air holes on each side to help keep the band from getting hot and sweaty in warm days. It is waterproof and has a way to quickly flip back and forth for daylight savings time (it has to be done manually, but is just a setting - you don't have to actually reset the time).
Here is what I don't like:
Like other reviewers - I REALLY don't like the fact that the day/date don't appear together in the LCD. You have to push a button to see the day of the week. The button you use cycles through local time, date, day. The seconds appear constantly this whole time, because, of course, I need to know the seconds at all times. You can tell the design engineers made that decision, not normal people. Then there is this thing to the right of the window like a progress bar that serves absolutely no useful purpose, other than to tell you the watch is still running. I assumed it would show the battery level of the solar battery when I bought it. But it doesn't - it just counts off 5 seconds over and over and over. I leave the little display on date, because I usually know the day of the week at least. But this is such an obvious design failure - it frankly surprises me that Casio would allow the watch into production without a day/date mode for the LCD.
The hands have those glow in the dark things on them, but the light doesn't light up the analog portion of the watch. In a dark theater you have to hit the light, then cycle through that same day, date, & time button to get the time. The light is the older kind like you remember from years ago, not the kind that lights up the whole display itself. That is probably a trade-off due to the solar battery.
You will need to keep the manual. Fiddling with the world time and getting it to swap the world time for the local time is not exactly intuitive. Setting the watch is not hard for somebody with basic technical skills, but the display is very small. You pay for the fact the watch looks good with a digital display that is pretty tiny.
Overall - I'm satisfied. This is the nicest looking cheap watch I've ever owned. There are some trade-offs with looking good, but I can live with those. Assuming it holds up - it is a very good value. The only thing about this watch that really annoys me is the unforced error of not showing day/date together.
-analog display of time
-date, day ,month
The band is comfortable. When I received it the battery was at medium. I left it by my window a few hours and it charged to high and has been high ever since.
The only possible con I can think of is the alarm beep isn't very loud and rings only for a few seconds. But I always use my cellphone to wake me up anyways.
Would recommend /10. The black and orange combination looks awesome .