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Radio Controlled - Solar - 200 Metre Tough G-shock watch

Watch Information
Brand: Casio
Model Number: GW-002E-1VER
Part number: GW-002E-1VER
Crystal material: Mineral Glass
Clasp: Buckle
Case Material: Resin
Case Diameter: 44 millimetres
Case Thickness: 15 millimetres
Band Material: Resin
Band Length: Mens
Band Width: 20 millimetres
Dial Colour: Gray
Calendar: Full Auto Calendar
Movement: Quartz
Water Resistant Depth: 200 metres
Warranty type: Manufacturer
Warranty Description: 2 Years Manufacturers Warranty

Don't know why original link not working...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Casio-G-shock-Radio-Controlled-Digital/dp/B000K2Y4KK/ref=sr_1_1/203-5765314-2872719?ie=UTF8&s=watch&qid=1190632206&sr=1-1
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#1
Great watch this for the price. i bought this the last time around and I am realy pleased with it. bargain.. voted hot!
#2
Whats radio controlled?? Also the link just takes you back to HUD
#3
Radio: Quartz mechanism with time checking from signals beamed across Europe (e.g. updates itself in different time regions and when summer time ends).
#4
£40 for a plastic watch!

I would rather have this one for the same price £39.99

http://www.lansdaleltd.com/prod.php/prod/WVA106HDU__2AVER

http://www.lansdaleltd.com/images/wva-106hdu-2aver.jpg
#5
talkshop, it's a matter of taste. I certainly prefer the look and features of the G shock. then again, I do a man's job!
#6
The straps always break on the plastic ones after 2 years max.
#7
talkshop
£40 for a plastic watch!

I would rather have this one for the same price £39.99

http://www.lansdaleltd.com/prod.php/prod/WVA106HDU__2AVER

http://www.lansdaleltd.com/images/wva-106hdu-2aver.jpg


Agree it is a matter of taste - this alternative also available here - I don't know the supplier you identified:
http://www.discount-watches.co.uk/item981.htm

The G-shock is not cheaply made like the inexpensive Casio resin watches that normally sell at this price and the 200 metre waterproofing and solar power are powerful selling points for me...
#8
I can't find it cheaper, so it is a good deal, but not for me.
#9
foolsgold99
Great watch this for the price. i bought this the last time around and I am realy pleased with it. bargain.. voted hot!


Thanks for your support. We are obviously in a minority. I am quite surprised to see this voted cold - I have been waiting for a long time to buy this watch at a reasonable price...
#10
Thanks Bertt. Good post.
Just ordered one cause it ticks my boxes: radio controlled, solar, digital, mineral glass, waterproof, good price.
I think some people vote cold because the product isn't to their taste rather than whether the deal is a good one.
#11
Hi,

I have an issue with plastic casio watches at the moment.
I currently have radio contolled 'wave ceptor' watch and to be honest it is very good and is spot on with the correct time - all the time. However - I find that the rubberised straps let them down. Mine has just split after approx 18months and because the strap is 'profiled' to match the stylish watch design you have to get a casio replacement. Problem is that these are difficult to find and when you do they are expensive to the point that sometimes its better to just replace the watch.
This is my second casio plastic watch in 3 years with the same kind of rubberised strap - the same thing happend to my last one.
If anyone can advise me were i am going wrong , then please let me know.
It just seems a pity to bin a good watch just because you can't get reasonably priced replacement strap. The straps should also be a bit more durable. i have never exposed the watch to any kind of environment that would reduce its life.

Sorry to have a rant - but this just annoys me.
#12
Have always liked G-Shock watches, primarily because Tom Cruises character "Ethan Hunt" wears one in the Mission:Impossible films! :p
#13
I bought this one over the weekend as i wanted a digital with a metal strap.


http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/2779164.htm


http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/322-2779164SPA68UC407836X.jpg
#14
gangey
Hi,

I have an issue with plastic casio watches at the moment.
I currently have radio contolled 'wave ceptor' watch and to be honest it is very good and is spot on with the correct time - all the time. However - I find that the rubberised straps let them down. Mine has just split after approx 18months and because the strap is 'profiled' to match the stylish watch design you have to get a casio replacement. Problem is that these are difficult to find and when you do they are expensive to the point that sometimes its better to just replace the watch.
This is my second casio plastic watch in 3 years with the same kind of rubberised strap - the same thing happend to my last one.
If anyone can advise me were i am going wrong , then please let me know.
It just seems a pity to bin a good watch just because you can't get reasonably priced replacement strap. The straps should also be a bit more durable. i have never exposed the watch to any kind of environment that would reduce its life.

Sorry to have a rant - but this just annoys me.



I had the same problem. 18 months and the strap split where it flexes when you take it off. I thought I could get another plastic strap cheap but the pin arrangement was abnormal.
In the end I got one from the Casio service centre for £8 as a spare part by quoting the code number on the back of the watch.
I like the functionality of Casio watches but I wish they could just have bog-standard fittings.
#15
Bertt
Agree it is a matter of taste - this alternative also available here - I don't know the supplier you identified:
http://www.discount-watches.co.uk/item981.htm

The G-shock is not cheaply made like the inexpensive Casio resin watches that normally sell at this price and the 200 metre waterproofing and solar power are powerful selling points for me...

The watch instructions do not tell you how to adjust the strap length on the Casio WVA-106HDU-2AVER. The watch strap is held together with Split Pins. The pins cannot be pushed out by hand.I used a hammer and a very narrow screwdriver (from a mini-screwdriver set). The pin is driven out in the direction of the small arrow on the back of the links. The pin can be pulled out by hand when the 'head' at the other end of the split-pin clears the link. When replaced, the pin will have to be tapped in when the 'head' reaches the link. If you're a bit handy with tools this would probably save you about a fiver at a watchmakers.
Note where the very last link meets the clip, the pin IS spring-loaded,it can be pushed out with say a paper-clip, so a small length ajustment can be made there as there are two holes.
#16
gangey
Hi,
I have an issue with plastic casio watches at the moment.
I currently have radio contolled 'wave ceptor' watch and to be honest it is very good and is spot on with the correct time - all the time. However - I find that the rubberised straps let them down. Mine has just split after approx 18months and because the strap is 'profiled' to match the stylish watch design you have to get a casio replacement. Problem is that these are difficult to find and when you do they are expensive to the point that sometimes its better to just replace the watch.
This is my second casio plastic watch in 3 years with the same kind of rubberised strap - the same thing happend to my last one.
If anyone can advise me were i am going wrong , then please let me know.
It just seems a pity to bin a good watch just because you can't get reasonably priced replacement strap. The straps should also be a bit more durable. i have never exposed the watch to any kind of environment that would reduce its life.
Sorry to have a rant - but this just annoys me.
#17
Well, it's August 2016 and mines still going strong!
#18
gangey
Hi,
I have an issue with plastic casio watches at the moment.
I currently have radio contolled 'wave ceptor' watch and to be honest it is very good and is spot on with the correct time - all the time. However - I find that the rubberised straps let them down. Mine has just split after approx 18months and because the strap is 'profiled' to match the stylish watch design you have to get a casio replacement. Problem is that these are difficult to find and when you do they are expensive to the point that sometimes its better to just replace the watch.
This is my second casio plastic watch in 3 years with the same kind of rubberised strap - the same thing happend to my last one.
If anyone can advise me were i am going wrong , then please let me know.
It just seems a pity to bin a good watch just because you can't get reasonably priced replacement strap. The straps should also be a bit more durable. i have never exposed the watch to any kind of environment that would reduce its life.
Sorry to have a rant - but this just annoys me.

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