Casio Men’s WS210HD-1AVCF Tough Solar Powered Tide and Moon Stainless Steel Watch

April 9, 2014 - Comment

Product Features Tough solar powered; LED light; World time Tide and moon graphs Countdown timer; 12/24 hour formats 5 alarms Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M) Bestselling Products on Amazon P.S. from Paris (US edition) All the Little Children When They Come for You (Harper McDaniel) Verbal Judo, Updated Edition: The Gentle Art of Persuasion

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Product Features

  • Tough solar powered; LED light; World time
  • Tide and moon graphs
  • Countdown timer; 12/24 hour formats
  • 5 alarms
  • Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)

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Comments

Warren Mars says:

A couple of reservations… I bought this watch because I liked the idea of Solar Power, also I wanted a stainless steel band, a light, good water resistance and the moon phases could be handy for me as an amateur astronomer.I wanted a solar powered watch because the longer the time between opening the back to replace batteries, the less the cost and the less chance of damage to the O-ring seal that makes the unit waterproof. There aren’t too many solar powered digital watches around, so there wasn’t a huge choice. Casio make a watch with NO battery at all, just a capacitor to store the charge, which should NEVER need to be replaced. Unfortunately, due to the inherent power storage limitations it had no light. I needed a light so this wasn’t an option. Casio’s “Tough Solar Power” concept is the use of a rechargeable battery which lasts for months in dark and is recharged by sunlight. Eventually the battery WILL fail, but hopefully I’ll get at least 10 years out of it before it needs to be replaced…

Alex says:

Great watch 0

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Good watch 0

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