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Casio Classic F-91W £6.89 delivered 7dayshop

£6.89 @ 7dayShop
A modern classic LCD watch offering a host of great features and really superb value - including stopwatch, daily alarm & automatic calendar Easy to read display: built-in light illuminates watch… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
A modern classic LCD watch offering a host of great features and really superb value - including stopwatch, daily alarm & automatic calendar
Easy to read display: built-in light illuminates watch face from side. Choose 12 or 24 hour format for time etc.
Comfortable and fully adjustable, durable resin wrist strap. Resistant to minor splashing. A highly accurate and durable timepiece!
Long battery life - approximately 7 years. 2 year manufacturers warranty - Casio is a name that you can reply on and trust!!
7dayshop Online Since Year 2000. This product is supplied with our 7dayshop 30 Day Money Back 101% Complete Satisfaction Assurance..
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3 Likes #5
The Land Rover of watches...worth every penny.
1 Like #6
Tempted....went to website and looked then moved mouse to X at top and it offered me a further discount as it knew i was "leaving"...spooky !
#7
Got it for 4.99 on ebay
#8
They sent me two as well lol
2 Likes #9
COLD,

It was cheaper down the Sunday market in the 80's ;)
#10
thekanester
[Also you should put that dirty great hoofer of a URL through tiny URL or something!]
Fixed (sort of :D)
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/2016-HONHX-Luxury-Children-LED-Digital-Round-Rubber-Quartz-Sport-Waterproof-Wrist-Watch-Multifunctiona-Wristwatcht/32763403716.html

Edited By: nathan3007 on Apr 16, 2017 12:08
1 Like #11
Biggunspaul
COLD,
It was cheaper down the Sunday market in the 80's ;)
you got petrol left when it was 28p a litre in your spare can?
#12
I always thought the OJ judge wore one.

Appears I was always wrong.

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/564x/ef/60/9a/ef609a71b47f0ad0e7a3ebdbaf851a0f.jpg
#13
tomba
Tempted....went to website and looked then moved mouse to X at top and it offered me a further discount as it knew i was "leaving"...spooky !

Not spooky - javascript - It's in the source code although I can't be bothered to figure out how they are triggering it:



HOW ABOUT SOME DISCOUNT?

Subscribe now to receive emails from 7dayshop, and we will send you a money saving discount code to use with your next order.






also 7dayshop are using magento these days! How times have changed. I thought they would keep rocking that retro oscommerce website for years yet!
1 Like #14
splender
Biggunspaul
COLD,
It was cheaper down the Sunday market in the 80's ;)
you got petrol left when it was 28p a litre in your spare can?

28p,I think you mean 15p and no I don't keep it in the can,I keep it in my Ford Escort along with my cassette tape of Abba :D
7 Likes #15
I always remember as a kid that whenever you wanted to illuminate the display on one of these watches you had to press the button SOOOO hard that you were left with an indent in your finger for the next 30 minutes,and even then it would only light up one side of the display with the dimmest light known to man lol
#16
Biggunspaul
splender
Biggunspaul
COLD,
It was cheaper down the Sunday market in the 80's ;)
you got petrol left when it was 28p a litre in your spare can?
28p,I think you mean 15p and no I don't keep it in the can,I keep it in my Ford Escort along with my cassette tape of Abba :D
https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-w22DhmoqQSU/TjqHS7ty7AI/AAAAAAAAANw/H3gF2QH6PfM/s1600/price.jpg
1 Like #17
splender
Biggunspaul
splender
Biggunspaul
COLD,
It was cheaper down the Sunday market in the 80's ;)
you got petrol left when it was 28p a litre in your spare can?
28p,I think you mean 15p and no I don't keep it in the can,I keep it in my Ford Escort along with my cassette tape of Abba :D
https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-w22DhmoqQSU/TjqHS7ty7AI/AAAAAAAAANw/H3gF2QH6PfM/s1600/price.jpg

Oh no,I got my information wrong on my joke,what you gonna do,beat me to death with a Casio classic ;)

Edited By: Biggunspaul on Apr 16, 2017 14:10
#18
excellent little lightweight watch....bought one a couple of years ago and still going strong

hot
#19
Thanks. Son wanted one as they don't allow smart watches in GCSE exams.
#20
Fantastic deal, super hot from me.
#21
Biggunspaul
I always remember as a kid that whenever you wanted to illuminate the display on one of these watches you had to press the button SOOOO hard that you were left with an indent in your finger for the next 30 minutes,and even then it would only light up one side of the display with the dimmest light known to man lol

Oh yeah, I remember that! I loved my Casio, I wore it until it literally fell apart. Ah, the good old days!
#22
There are really good imitations on the market. Until you get it and test under water several times you dont know what you received.
Last year looking for this model, I bought 2 fakes and 2 real or good imitations.
#23
Pokora
There are really good imitations on the market. Until you get it and test under water several times you dont know what you received.
Last year looking for this model, I bought 2 fakes and 2 real or good imitations.
That's the problem now with a lot for products, with most goods being manufactured in China the genuine products are getting made alongside the fakes so getting harder to tell the difference if any.
#24
Decent work watch
#25
Home and Garden section?
1 Like #26
Exinferis
Biggunspaul
I always remember as a kid that whenever you wanted to illuminate the display on one of these watches you had to press the button SOOOO hard that you were left with an indent in your finger for the next 30 minutes,and even then it would only light up one side of the display with the dimmest light known to man lolhttp://imagehosting24.click/images/smile.png
Oh yeah, I remember that! I loved my Casio, I wore it until it literally fell apart. Ah, the good old days!
Casio are the Nokia 3310 among the watches, nuff said :D
2 Likes #27

Can't imagine where they'd get that idea.

http://msnbcmedia.msn.com/j/msnbc/Components/Photos/060630/060630_binLaden_vmed.widec.jpg
#28
Biggunspaul
COLD,
It was cheaper down the Sunday market in the 80's ;)
I know that's tongue in cheek and I'm churlish for evening saying it but the F-91W is a child of the 90's, in retro 80's clothes.
#29
Casio Databank over this dog turd any day of the week.
#30
heat from me

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