Casio Men’s WS200H-1BVCF Tough Solar Powered Multi-Function Digital Sport Watch

April 9, 2014 - Comment

A flurry of function for the adventurer at heart, the Casio Men’s Tough Solar Powered Multi-Function Digital Sport Watch is the touch, masculine watch you have been looking for. The watch’s functions include: solar power, LED light, world time, stopwatch, countdown timer, five alarms and water resistance up to 330 feet (100 meters). A black

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A flurry of function for the adventurer at heart, the Casio Men’s Tough Solar Powered Multi-Function Digital Sport Watch is the touch, masculine watch you have been looking for. The watch’s functions include: solar power, LED light, world time, stopwatch, countdown timer, five alarms and water resistance up to 330 feet (100 meters). A black resin band straps this watch to the wrist, while a reliable buckle clasp ensures its secure placement.

Product Features

  • Tough solar powered; LED light; World time
  • 1/100th second stopwatch with 120 lap memory
  • Countdown timer; 12/24 hour formats
  • 5 alarms
  • Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)

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Comments

Watchman says:

Functional and utilitarian – Excellent watch So far I am very pleased with my purchase. After reviewing the user manual I was amazed at how many functions this comes with for the price. The re-chargeable, solar-powered battery is a great option. It takes about a day to charge form dead to full if you leave it in the sun. If you wear it every day it should never drop in power. It does have a battery power indicator on it which I have never seen drop below full. The specs say if you put it in a drawer and never charge it, it should stay on for over a year if it was fully charged before.There’s also a power save function so that if you leave it in the dark the face turned off until it either sees light or you press a button (very handy so that it doesn’t run down at night). This is an option you can disable by the way if you don’t like it.The calendar is also preprogrammed for the next nine decades (including a daylight savings time function).As for the size and appearance, I was surprised at how…

CS says:

the best world-time watch under $50 Firstly, this is a fine digital watch overall, ignoring the world-time function for the moment. The light-powered function works quite well: it needs just a few minutes in bright sunlight (longer in other conditions) to become fully charged. It keeps time accurately (gains 1-2 sec per month), and the display is easy to read, easier than many other Casios with busy dials. I have mostly used Timex Ironman watches in the past, and this is as good or better, at a lower price. The water-resistance seems to hold up well enough, but I wouldn’t recommend using a 100M rated watch for swimming/kayaking/etc. (Get at 200M or higher rated watch for that, I’ve had good luck with those.)(The watch has the “module number” 3197, in case you want to find the manual on the Casio website.)Now for the world-time functions: I was looking for a watch which could show multiple timezones around the world, whether I programmed them myself, or they were built in. And I had some…

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