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Casio Edifice Men's Watch EFR-550D-1AVUEF @ Amazon for £95.00

£95.00 @ Amazon
Lowest it's ever been. Recently hovered around £120 on Amazon. H Samuel selling for £190 and Goldsmiths for £220! Product information: This is an ideal sporty and business causal watch for you, … Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Lowest it's ever been. Recently hovered around £120 on Amazon. H Samuel selling for £190 and Goldsmiths for £220!

Product information:

This is an ideal sporty and business causal watch for you, it's a suitable gift for family or friends - The watch has a calendar function: Day-Date, stopwatch, luminous hands, alarm and timer, time zones

High quality 22 cm length, 30 mm wide silver stainless steel strap with a fold over clasp with double push button safety

Case diameter: 49.2 mm, case height: 12 mm and case colour: Silver/Dial colour: Black

Water resistant: 10 bars; weight: 187 g

The watch is delivered in a beautiful giftbox and has a 2 year warranty
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Total heat given to counteract the idiots who mark down as soon as a great post's put in here. Expect it to go on fire shortly! X)
#2
These are great quality
1 Like #3
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ellbee
Total heat given to counteract the idiots who mark down as soon as a great post's put in here. Expect it to go on fire shortly! X)


Thanks :)
#4
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
#6
very good looking watch, but I think the previous citizen & Seiko ones posted here recently are better value imho.
#7
Thanks. I tried to find similar watch from years. Bought for my birthday in january. Thanks.
#8
good price but worth trying to get a solar powered / radio controlled time edifice like:

http://www.watchshop.com/mens-casio-edifice-chronograph-radio-controlled-watch-eqw-t620db-1aer-p99972543.html

I know it is £166 but much better features

or £189 - 12%
https://www.watches2u.com/watches/casio/eqw-t620db-1aer-mens-edifice-radio-controlled-steel-solar-powered-watch.html?gclid=COuq1LnintECFQadGwodP6kDcw

Edited By: scarper on Dec 31, 2016 15:42
#9
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.


Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
#10
OOS
1 Like #11
Sorry, but for which kind of sport are those good for? Chess? I just checked lot of sportsman photos and can't find one to wear it during sport. Yes there is golf, but that's basically business meeting on grass.

Edited By: Jo444 on Jan 01, 2017 13:23: 1
1 Like #12
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.

but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.
#13
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.

If I get 10 years out of a watch without needing a battery or any other work it's not going to be in any state for it to be worthwhile!!

Citizen come with a 5 year warranty and G shock 2 years. Haven't had a Citizen but numerous Casio solar waveceptors and all have lasted more than 3 years. Only faults is that they don't automatically pick up the signal abroad.

Have done stupid experiments with them and they came out unscathed. This isn't a G or with any features.
#14
KareemSaid
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.
If I get 10 years out of a watch without needing a battery or any other work it's not going to be in any state for it to be worthwhile!!
Citizen come with a 5 year warranty and G shock 2 years. Haven't had a Citizen but numerous Casio solar waveceptors and all have lasted more than 3 years. Only faults is that they don't automatically pick up the signal abroad.
Have done stupid experiments with them and they came out unscathed. This isn't a G or with any features.

mine is as good as the day I bought it. advantage of buying a citizen that's full titanium and sapphire glass I suppose.

Edited By: Deedie on Dec 31, 2016 17:42
#15
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.

I still have Seiko Kinetic Auto-Relay, which bought in US 19 years ago. Still running fine, capacitor all good if used daily. Citizen,Casio - not that good in this matter...
#16
Deedie
KareemSaid
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.
If I get 10 years out of a watch without needing a battery or any other work it's not going to be in any state for it to be worthwhile!!
Citizen come with a 5 year warranty and G shock 2 years. Haven't had a Citizen but numerous Casio solar waveceptors and all have lasted more than 3 years. Only faults is that they don't automatically pick up the signal abroad.
Have done stupid experiments with them and they came out unscathed. This isn't a G or with any features.
mine is as good as the day I bought it. advantage of buying a citizen that's full titanium and sapphire glass I suppose.
Where can I get a full titanium and sapphire glass citizen for £95 please?
#17
KareemSaid
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.
If I get 10 years out of a watch without needing a battery or any other work it's not going to be in any state for it to be worthwhile!!
Citizen come with a 5 year warranty and G shock 2 years. Haven't had a Citizen but numerous Casio solar waveceptors and all have lasted more than 3 years. Only faults is that they don't automatically pick up the signal abroad.
Have done stupid experiments with them and they came out unscathed. This isn't a G or with any features.

Most of these new casio's come with longer life battery's up to 10 years.
#18
peter1969uk
KareemSaid
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.
If I get 10 years out of a watch without needing a battery or any other work it's not going to be in any state for it to be worthwhile!!
Citizen come with a 5 year warranty and G shock 2 years. Haven't had a Citizen but numerous Casio solar waveceptors and all have lasted more than 3 years. Only faults is that they don't automatically pick up the signal abroad.
Have done stupid experiments with them and they came out unscathed. This isn't a G or with any features.
Most of these new casio's come with longer life battery's up to 10 years.

Are you joking????
I bought same watch for my dad for full price on his anniversary and battery has died after 1 year and 3 months. And even it has 2 year warranty, Casio declined to change battery as this is not included apparently.
There is not such a battery on the market which last 10 years. There are capacitors for Solar/Kinetic watches, of which some will last well over 10 years. Best Quartz watch batteries can last up to 3 years at best..

Edited By: Rimi on Jan 01, 2017 09:49: :)
[mod][Moderator]#19
Temp oos but still allowing you to order so I have unexpired, thanks for sharing OP :)
#20
Rimi
peter1969uk
KareemSaid
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.
If I get 10 years out of a watch without needing a battery or any other work it's not going to be in any state for it to be worthwhile!!
Citizen come with a 5 year warranty and G shock 2 years. Haven't had a Citizen but numerous Casio solar waveceptors and all have lasted more than 3 years. Only faults is that they don't automatically pick up the signal abroad.
Have done stupid experiments with them and they came out unscathed. This isn't a G or with any features.
Most of these new casio's come with longer life battery's up to 10 years.

Are you joking????
I bought same watch for my dad for full price on his anniversary and battery has died after 1 year and 3 months. And even it has 2 year warranty, Casio declined to change battery as this is not included apparently.
There is not such a battery on the market which last 10 years. There are capacitors for Solar/Kinetic watches, of which some will last well over 10 years. Best Quartz watch batteries can last up to 3 years at best..


Casio do sell quite a few watches listed with "10 year batteries". I can't vouch for these as all my G Shocks are solar but reviews are good so I guess they last. Featureless digital watches last years.
#21
Rimi
peter1969uk
KareemSaid
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.
If I get 10 years out of a watch without needing a battery or any other work it's not going to be in any state for it to be worthwhile!!
Citizen come with a 5 year warranty and G shock 2 years. Haven't had a Citizen but numerous Casio solar waveceptors and all have lasted more than 3 years. Only faults is that they don't automatically pick up the signal abroad.
Have done stupid experiments with them and they came out unscathed. This isn't a G or with any features.
Most of these new casio's come with longer life battery's up to 10 years.

Are you joking????
I bought same watch for my dad for full price on his anniversary and battery has died after 1 year and 3 months. And even it has 2 year warranty, Casio declined to change battery as this is not included apparently.
There is not such a battery on the market which last 10 years. There are capacitors for Solar/Kinetic watches, of which some will last well over 10 years. Best Quartz watch batteries can last up to 3 years at best..


I didn't say all, I said most. Though some are still 2 year battery's.
Plus that's in lab conditions just like car emissions. It will depend on how you use it.
When you buy a watch you have to remember that battery has been running since the day that it was put in from the manufacturer, so if it's been stuck on a shelf waiting to be sold for a year or two, then that's obviously off of its lifetime.

So you dad might have been unlucky, to get a 2 yea battery which was manufactured 1.5 years earlier.
#22
peter1969uk
Rimi
peter1969uk
KareemSaid
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.
If I get 10 years out of a watch without needing a battery or any other work it's not going to be in any state for it to be worthwhile!!
Citizen come with a 5 year warranty and G shock 2 years. Haven't had a Citizen but numerous Casio solar waveceptors and all have lasted more than 3 years. Only faults is that they don't automatically pick up the signal abroad.
Have done stupid experiments with them and they came out unscathed. This isn't a G or with any features.
Most of these new casio's come with longer life battery's up to 10 years.
Are you joking????
I bought same watch for my dad for full price on his anniversary and battery has died after 1 year and 3 months. And even it has 2 year warranty, Casio declined to change battery as this is not included apparently.
There is not such a battery on the market which last 10 years. There are capacitors for Solar/Kinetic watches, of which some will last well over 10 years. Best Quartz watch batteries can last up to 3 years at best..
I didn't say all, I said most. Though some are still 2 year battery's.
Plus that's in lab conditions just like car emissions. It will depend on how you use it.
When you buy a watch you have to remember that battery has been running since the day that it was put in from the manufacturer, so if it's been stuck on a shelf waiting to be sold for a year or two, then that's obviously off of its lifetime.
So you dad might have been unlucky, to get a 2 yea battery which was manufactured 1.5 years earlier.

No. We already replaced battery second time. It lasted 16 months after first replacement. So this watch model drains battery faster than Seiko Sportura, for example, where after last replacement it lasted 3 years and 2 months.
#23
Zoddz
Deedie
KareemSaid
Deedie
John Mason
Rimi
Good watch, but replacing battery cost a fortune at Casio (£79) if you want to have it waterproof after replacement.
Better option would be a Citizen Eco-drive, no battery replacement required.
but one thing that's always missed when people say this, is the £20-30 capacitor that needs replaced approx. every 10 yrs. I'm getting mine replaced just now, after 8 yrs use. Citizen want £130 to carry this out.
If I get 10 years out of a watch without needing a battery or any other work it's not going to be in any state for it to be worthwhile!!
Citizen come with a 5 year warranty and G shock 2 years. Haven't had a Citizen but numerous Casio solar waveceptors and all have lasted more than 3 years. Only faults is that they don't automatically pick up the signal abroad.
Have done stupid experiments with them and they came out unscathed. This isn't a G or with any features.
mine is as good as the day I bought it. advantage of buying a citizen that's full titanium and sapphire glass I suppose.
Where can I get a full titanium and sapphire glass citizen for £95 please?


where did I say you could?
#24
just had email delivery due for me is Saturday :)

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