Casio Men’s AL180AMVV-1 Tough Solar Digital Sports Watch

April 9, 2014 - Comment

Combining hip retro style and modern technology, the Casio Men’s Tough Solar Digital Sports Watch is a straightforward and sophisticated timepiece for the modern man. With a blocky, silver-tone case framing a square digital display, this unique watch is powered with solar energy, meaning you will never have to buy a battery again. A convenient

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Combining hip retro style and modern technology, the Casio Men’s Tough Solar Digital Sports Watch is a straightforward and sophisticated timepiece for the modern man. With a blocky, silver-tone case framing a square digital display, this unique watch is powered with solar energy, meaning you will never have to buy a battery again. A convenient sun symbol keeps you informed about your battery, which is easily charged with inside or outside light. The LED light allows for night-time viewing, and this streamlined display offers a daily alarm, stopwatch, day, date, month, and the option for 12 or 24 hour clock. A center strand of vertical links details the stainless steel band, which fastens with a quick and secure fold-over clasp. Bring back the classic look with this stylish and reliable timepiece from Casio.

Product Features

  • Tough solar power, full auto LED light with afterglow
  • daily alarm, stopwatch, 12 and 24 hr formats
  • Low battery warning
  • Stainless steel band

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Comments

H. KING says:

Amazing – a true solar powered watch with no batteries.!! So I don’t understand the other reviewers complaints about it not working when the sun sets. Why would CASIO make a watch that did that?? That would be an extremely lame thing to manufacture.All you had to do was read the instruction manual, it states that the watch must be charged for 3-6 hours (where 3 hours is outdoor sunlight, and 6 hours is under office lighting).There is a little icon on the screen that looks like a little sun; when that goes out the watch is fully charged.On a full charge, the 2505 model will last 14 days without needing a charge again from its solar panel! The other model (not the 2505 version) will last 4 days on a single charge.Okay so the watch does not have a backlight, but so what. It still provides an alarm and hourly chime features.It also has that cool 80’s retro look, yet has 21st century technology utilizing supercapacitors instead of batteries. Truly a watch you can say is powered by the…

Tenzin L. "<(*.*<)" says:

nice watch Its got the nice retro look to it and it does what it’s supposed to do. I looked up on the Casio site and found out that this is one of the milestone watches (well, a remake) from 1987; sweet.It tells the time, date and day. Its got an alarm and does the little beep at every hour mark (you can turn that off, if you want; I like it cause it helps me keep track of time). I love the stop watch as well; it only does an hour. I badly needed a good stop watch for all the experiments I was doing, and the analog watch wasn’t up to par. The solar power is nice.Simple, Retro and Minimalist. [I don’t need those other excessive features: like weather, altitude, temperature or my position to true north]NOTE: Keep the watch in direct sunlight for 3 hours when you first get it and you should be all set. There is a little ‘sun’ icon when it needs charging, but that should never pop up unless you’re in a cave for a month. The occasional stroll outside and…

S. O. says:

Great watch, great look, no batteries, good for small wrists! 0

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