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Casio Men's LCD Digital Watch £9.99 @ Argos - Free C&C

£9.99 @ Argos
This Casio Men's LCD Watch is packed full of useful features. With an illuminator backlight, dual time, stopwatch, daily alarm and 50m water resistance, it's equipped for everyday wear. Designed with … Read More
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
This Casio Men's LCD Watch is packed full of useful features. With an illuminator backlight, dual time, stopwatch, daily alarm and 50m water resistance, it's equipped for everyday wear. Designed with a blue case and black strap, this watch can also benefit from 10 year battery life, depending on usage.

Keep track of time in two locations using the dual time facility; ideal when you are away from home. The watch also has a handy daily alarm function so you are never late for a meeting.

Model number w-210-1bves.
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
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#1
Battery only lasted 3/4 years on mine and it was IMPOSSIBLE to get the back off to cheaply replace the battery. So factor in a £5 battery replacement at a jewellers in the next few years ;-)

Light also stays on for literally 1 second, which is annoying really. Wouldn't get another one sorry.
17 Likes #2
dantesfireplace
Battery only lasted 3/4 years on mine

Your battery only lasted 4 years?
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5074b6b1e4b01e64d212931a/t/56eb9174b654f9337958f2c7/1458278772260/kotm-dawson-cry-full.jpg
1 Like #3
You can get a Casio F91W (Aka A Taliban Watch) For less :)
#4
I've had one of these for a few years. Definitely recommend for a cheap watch.
#5
Used in work and survived chemical paint stripper and solvents..so hot.
1 Like #6
I have a Casio F91W from ebay...99p bargain
#7
I have a casio f91w from ebay only 99p....bargain
1 Like #8
Can this bad boy run Crysis?
#9
Had 2 older models that the battery lasted longer that the strap. Battery still good 5/6 years down the line on my newest one as i have it my van, no strap but still going strong. Hot from me.......
#10
dantesfireplace
Battery only lasted 3/4 years on mine and it was IMPOSSIBLE to get the back off to cheaply replace the battery. So factor in a £5 battery replacement at a jewellers in the next few years ;-)

Light also stays on for literally 1 second, which is annoying really. Wouldn't get another one sorry.

For £9.99 you just by a new one, £2.50 a year for knowing the time no brainer really.
#11
a watch that would make even james bond green with envy....!
#12
Great work phone had 2 over the years.About £7 last time i bought one.The £19-99p is a joke its never been anywhere near that.


Edited By: den169 on May 09, 2017 15:10
1 Like #13
den169
Great work phone had 2 over the years.About £7 last time i bought one.The £19-99p is a joke its never been anywhere near that.
?
#14
peter1969uk
den169
Great work phone had 2 over the years.About £7 last time i bought one.The £19-99p is a joke its never been anywhere near that.
?
Oh dear better explain,Its a good cheap phone to use for work if it gets scratched damaged etc its not cost a fortune.Hope that clears it up for you.
#15
Franzkill
Can this bad boy run Crysis?
hilarious comment

oh no wait, it's not 2007
1 Like #16
I had one of them.. bought as a christmas present i think from my brother. Had it a good 9years before needing to change the battery.. required a CR2032 battery. When the battery ran out, pain in the to replace, ended up throwing it in the bin.
On the back 4 tiny screws, easy. then a thick piece of plastic, underneath, a couple more screws, and then a plastic retainer to stop it falling out.. which is locked in place and trying to remove damaged it, and i still couldnt remove the old battery. Finally managed to put in a new battery and then it wouldnt work.
3 Likes #17
den169
peter1969uk
den169
Great work phone had 2 over the years.About £7 last time i bought one.The £19-99p is a joke its never been anywhere near that.
?
Oh dear better explain,Its a good cheap phone to use for work if it gets scratched damaged etc its not cost a fortune.Hope that clears it up for you.
Phone? I thought it was a watch!
1 Like #18
I believe it can run Crysis, I think the refresh rate is 1 pixel every two hours.

So it might be a little laggy at full resolution.
1 Like #19
dantesfireplace
Battery only lasted 3/4 years on mine and it was IMPOSSIBLE to get the back off to cheaply replace the battery. So factor in a £5 battery replacement at a jewellers in the next few years ;-)
Light also stays on for literally 1 second, which is annoying really. Wouldn't get another one sorry.

:D 3 to 4 years out of a £10 watch is acceptable in my book, even if the battery wasn't user replaceable. The reality is though, it has 4 small philips screws on the back which, when unscrewed, releases the back of the watch and the battery is easily replaced for about a pound.

What tends to go on these watches before anything is the resin straps. They tend to split and then cost more than the watch is worth to replace, which is why I always use metal straps now. Last one I bought with a metal strap is still going strong after about 8 years.
#20
den169
peter1969uk
den169
Great work phone had 2 over the years.About £7 last time i bought one.The £19-99p is a joke its never been anywhere near that.
?
Oh dear better explain,Its a good cheap phone to use for work if it gets scratched damaged etc its not cost a fortune.Hope that clears it up for you.


And still ? :)
#21
dantesfireplace
Battery only lasted 3/4 years on mine and it was IMPOSSIBLE to get the back off to cheaply replace the battery. So factor in a £5 battery replacement at a jewellers in the next few years ;-)
Light also stays on for literally 1 second, which is annoying really. Wouldn't get another one sorry.

10 year battery life
6 Likes #22
dantesfireplace
Battery only lasted 3/4 years on mine and it was IMPOSSIBLE to get the back off to cheaply replace the battery.


Getting the back off doesn't look like that much of a head-scratcher to be honest.

http://media.4rgos.it/i/Argos/4610283_R_Z002A?%24Web%24&w=1240&h=1116
banned#23
I was also pleased to see that there's a clear plastic protector over the face.
banned#25
This watch is perfect for men who are into indoor and out door activity like climping, running ect.
#26
onkarsingh1976
I have a Casio F91W from ebay...99p bargain

have three of these from ebay bought for about £3 each - cheap fake knockoffs are what they are.

all three lose time, getting about 1-5 minutes slower per week. save your frustration and get a genuine one from an official retailers
#27
RustySpoons
You can get a Casio F91W (Aka A Taliban Watch) For less :)
Also worn by half the British Army, got it when I did basic training, very durable and lasts 7 years.
#28
I'm collecting Casio watches. I didn't realise it until i ordered this one to go with the others i already had.
1 Like #29
totneschap
den169
peter1969uk
den169
Great work phone had 2 over the years.About £7 last time i bought one.The £19-99p is a joke its never been anywhere near that.
?
Oh dear better explain,Its a good cheap phone to use for work if it gets scratched damaged etc its not cost a fortune.Hope that clears it up for you.
Phone? I thought it was a watch!
Sorry my fault i ment Watch.
2 Likes #30
I hate this watch (not really). Had one bought me as a present about 12 years ago, and wasn't that thrilled with how it looked. I'm that mean I couldn't justify buying a new watch until the battery went.

It's in my sock drawer now and still going strong. It'll still be running after the apocalypse when only cockroaches are running round.
#31
Quids
I hate this watch (not really). Had one bought me as a present about 12 years ago, and wasn't that thrilled with how it looked. I'm that mean I couldn't justify buying a new watch until the battery went.It's in my sock drawer now and still going strong. It'll still be running after the apocalypse when only cockroaches are running round.


Maybe that time the cockroaches will be running the place and need a watch to tell the time.
#32
Great watch for the price have had it for 6 years and still working fine
#33
I've had mine over 12 years and it's still going
#34
Muig1972
dantesfireplace
Battery only lasted 3/4 years on mine and it was IMPOSSIBLE to get the back off to cheaply replace the battery.
Getting the back off doesn't look like that much of a head-scratcher to be honest.http://media.4rgos.it/i/Argos/4610283_R_Z002A?%24Web%24&w=1240&h=1116

its not the back thats the problem.. its what underneath... as mine ran out and i decided to replace the battery. a cr2032 which i had previously bought via ebay.. for various items, like the electric weighing machine...
I removed the 4 screws <<easy.. removed the back which was done by sliding it due to the straps.. then and heres where its tricky.. 1st the plastic sticky pad /layer easy to remove carefully.. then 2. tried to remove the battery, but couldnt... found a white plastic cover to remove.. which is use to secure the pcb in place, using a tiny 2mm screwdriver to pry it out.. i couldnt as it clipped into 2 different places, eventually i managed to get that piece of plastic out.. and finally i got to replace the battery.. put it all back together and nothing.. the spring thats between the black sticky pad <has a hole in it so it can touch the back housing
<the piece of plastic with the 4 screws with an interior piece of thin metal.
I took it apart again.. re-examined, removed the battery and tested it, full power, put it together for the 2nd time and still didnt work... ended up throwing it in the bin.. It should have been simpler.. remove 4 screws, remove black sticky backing, undo screw to remove battery holder, remove battery.. put in new battery and replace everything.. but no.. they made it harder due to the white plastic.. seems to need a special tool to remove it.

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