Casio Men’s WS220-1A Solar Runner Tough Solar Multi-Function Runner Watch

April 9, 2014 - Comment

Sport watch, Tough Solar technology, Digital quartz movement for secondary battery, Positive (dark-on-light) numbers, World time function displays current time in 48 cities (31 time zones), 1/100-second digital chronograph with 120-record lap memory measures lap time, elapsed time and split time, Countdown timer (2 available with up to 10 repeats), Home City code, Standard/Daylight Saving

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Sport watch, Tough Solar technology, Digital quartz movement for secondary battery, Positive (dark-on-light) numbers, World time function displays current time in 48 cities (31 time zones), 1/100-second digital chronograph with 120-record lap memory measures lap time, elapsed time and split time, Countdown timer (2 available with up to 10 repeats), Home City code, Standard/Daylight Saving Time feature, 12/24-hour formats, Alarm mode (4 one-time, 1 snooze), LED (light-emitting diode) backlight, Full Auto-calendar pre-programmed to 2099, Digital day-date-month-and-year display, Digital grey dial, Ventilated matte black resin strap with matte black resin buckle, Matte grey resin bezel with engraved print, Matte black/grey resin round case with four brushed silver-tone screws, Textured matte black resin selector buttons, Stainless steel caseback, Acrylic lens, 100 meters/330 feet water resistant. The top left corner there is H (high), M (Medium), L (Low) to indicate the current battery level. Each of these markers are printed on the face of the watch in white on a black background so they are easy to read. The black bar will be illuminated next to the H, M or L to indicate the current battery power level.The description of this watch is accurate and the battery power indicators are actually very easy to read.

Product Features

  • Wide face solar running watch with a black resin band and buckle closure
  • Five alarms; 1/100 second stopwatch with 120 lap counter; LED light
  • Countdown timer; Auto calendar; World time (31 time zones and 48 cities)
  • Easy push button front light
  • Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)

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Comments

Chuck Barr says:

Daily Beater rating: 5 The watch came charged up. On the first day I ran it down to ‘M’. The following Saturday I let it charge in full direct sun for 8+ hours. Since, even with moderate/heavy daily use, the watch has never went below ‘H’. One day a week I place it in the window (often on overcast days) to charge… that’s it, so the solar seems to work great. I do keep the energy saver on and the light on ‘1 sec’ however.Most people think it’s a G-Shock from the appearance.Initially I was attracted to this watch because of the dual countdown timers. I was disappointed you cannot have them run simultaneously, only alternating. This is great at the gym, though. I didn’t think much of the large stopwatch memory, but now I love it! Each sequence uses mutiple memory slots (a date/time slot, and another for each lap) but with 120 available it doesn’t matter. I wish it were possible to turn off the ‘best’ lap feature because sometimes I consider the longest time ‘best’. The manual is thick…

Christopher M. Heise says:

My favorite watch. Casio has a new fan! I have an Ironman, Timex heart rate monitor, and two Expedition models. They all have the same features that are just remixed into different watch bodies. My daily watch, which you guessed it, was a Timex, had disappeared so I was in search of a new watch. I did find it but I decided to purchase this one anyway. I’m glad I did. I research almost every purchase I make because I like to get the most for my money. I’m a huge tech geek and was looking at way more expensive watches than this. I tried on and checked out a ton of watches with way more bells and whistles only to find out none of them worked particularly well and really weren’t reliable. Here was my criteria for a new watch – It had to be able to withstand all nature could throw at it along with the extreme heat of my work environment. I wanted a digital with the month, day and day of the week displayed. I also wanted a reoccurring timer for interval training and I also wanted a resin watch band and here’s why, I…

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