Casio Men’s AQS800W-1B2VCF “Slim” Solar Multi-Function Ana-Digi Sport Watch

April 9, 2014 - Comment

Casio Tough Solar Ana-Digi Watch Solar Powered, 100M WR, World Time, Dual countdown timer Sports Chronograph – Anadigi – Quartz Product Features Designed for the man who appreciates functionality, this Casio sport watch boasts a durable construction and a sleek black appearance with a bright orange pop of color. Japanese Quartz movement with analog and

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Casio Tough Solar Ana-Digi Watch Solar Powered, 100M WR, World Time, Dual countdown timer Sports Chronograph – Anadigi – Quartz

Product Features

  • Designed for the man who appreciates functionality, this Casio sport watch boasts a durable construction and a sleek black appearance with a bright orange pop of color.
  • Japanese Quartz movement with analog and digital display
  • Dial with day and date calendar and protective mineral window
  • Functions include 1/100-second stopwatch, countdown timer, five alarms, auto calendar, and world time with 31 time zones and 48 cities
  • Water-resistant to 100 m (330 feet)

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Comments

Norman A. Diaz says:

Casio slim solar I have multiple watches, so I bought this one as a occasional wearer that would display digital time in 24-hour format and not require periodic battery changes (The concurrent analog display was a bonus.) The slimmer design also appealed to me; most other Casio digitals are too thick for my taste. My use of the watch is as a timekeeper only that will automatically adjust to DST; I do not use the alarms, stopwatch, day/date displays, or keep track of time in other locations. The watch meets my expectations for a affordable price.I was impressed that the watch arrived fully charged despite having spent 5 days in transit. With daily exposure to existing ambient and/or artificial light, it has not discharged past the point where the indicator reads “high” (or as the display abbreviates it, “HI”).Minor complaint is the strap; it seems to be designed to fit lager wrists and wraps around too far on my thinner one. The keeper sometimes lets the strap slip out of its confines…

Ali Hakimi says:

I’M WALKING ON SUNSHINE! OHOHOH! 0

Car dude says:

Good buy 0

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