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CASIO MEN'S PREMIUM EDIFICE ALARM CHRONOGRAPH RADIO CONTROLLED SOLAR POWERED WATCH £202.50 @ Watch Shop

£202.50 @ Watch Shop
Model Number: EQW-A1400DB-1AER. Casio Premium Edifice watch has a stainless steel case and is powered by an analogue chronograph solar movement. It is fastened with a silver metal bracelet… Read More
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Model Number: EQW-A1400DB-1AER. Casio Premium Edifice watch has a stainless steel case and is powered by an analogue chronograph solar movement. It is fastened with a silver metal bracelet and has a black dial. The watch has a date function. Includes alarm function.

Use code WSSALE10 to bring it down to £202.50 thanks to 0011728 for the info :-)
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18 Likes
Walk up to buy a drink at the bar and hear two blokes looking at and comparing their watches...I turn around and walk to the next bar.
10 Likes
2 Blokes at a bar...

wow fab high tech watch there mate
thanks
Breitling?
not quite
looks like its a Seiko
'erm no it isn't
well then it must be a Citizen?
Nope
So what is it?
it's actually a Casio
Ohhhkaayyyy not bad for fifty quid then I guess eh?


the two slowly move apart as you smell the despair




Edited By: sowotsdis on Jan 02, 2017 23:28: err
banned 7 Likes
sowotsdis
2 Blokes at a bar...

wow fab high tech watch there mate
thanks
Breitling?
not quite
looks like its a Seiko
'erm no it isn't
well then it must be a Citizen?
Nope
So what is it?
its actually a Casio
Ohhhkaayyyy not bad for fifty quid then I guess eh?


the two slowly move apart as you smell the despair




First bloke then curses his inepitude for paying through the nose for a watch that didnt look half as good as the high quality Casio.

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#1
Use code WSSALE10 to bring it down to £202.50
#2
0011728
Use code WSSALE10 to bring it down to £202.50
Thanks - updated the description and price to reflect that. Cheers
10 Likes #3
2 Blokes at a bar...

wow fab high tech watch there mate
thanks
Breitling?
not quite
looks like its a Seiko
'erm no it isn't
well then it must be a Citizen?
Nope
So what is it?
it's actually a Casio
Ohhhkaayyyy not bad for fifty quid then I guess eh?


the two slowly move apart as you smell the despair




Edited By: sowotsdis on Jan 02, 2017 23:28: err
banned 7 Likes #4
sowotsdis
2 Blokes at a bar...

wow fab high tech watch there mate
thanks
Breitling?
not quite
looks like its a Seiko
'erm no it isn't
well then it must be a Citizen?
Nope
So what is it?
its actually a Casio
Ohhhkaayyyy not bad for fifty quid then I guess eh?


the two slowly move apart as you smell the despair




First bloke then curses his inepitude for paying through the nose for a watch that didnt look half as good as the high quality Casio.
18 Likes #5
Walk up to buy a drink at the bar and hear two blokes looking at and comparing their watches...I turn around and walk to the next bar.
2 Likes #6
A truly "wear and forget" watch, have had mine for 18 months now and no problems bar remembering how to access all the functions. Bought mine for well under £100 so this isn't the best price.
#7
juddking
sowotsdis
2 Blokes at a bar...
wow fab high tech watch there mate
thanks
Breitling?
not quite
looks like its a Seiko
'erm no it isn't
well then it must be a Citizen?
Nope
So what is it?
its actually a Casio
Ohhhkaayyyy not bad for fifty quid then I guess eh?
the two slowly move apart as you smell the despair
First bloke then curses his inepitude for paying through the nose for a watch that didnt look half as good as the high quality Casio.
Ha ha I was just about to post that type of comment, fair play to ya fella!
2 Likes #8
Nowt wrong with a Casio.
A £60ish AWG, Waveceptor, will keep better time and withstand more abuse than any Rolex.

At the more expensive end, my MTG is a thing of beauty.
4 Likes #9
£200 Casio and it doesn't even have sapphire glass. Cold from me I'm afraid.

Edited By: omgpleasespamme on Jan 03, 2017 17:52: .
#10
Currently have a seiko kinetic but the li-on battery seems to be on it's way out seemingly they are designed to last 10 years

What's the life expectancy of this
2 Likes #11
Got about 6 Casio waveceptors, and a few Seiko and citizens , have a couple of sapphire glass with titanium bracelet and case , tops £120-£140 after all the codes and TCP, for benefit of doubt add £20 for £ crash in 2016,so £200 is a not even a deal.
#12
barkinglama
Currently have a seiko kinetic but the li-on battery seems to be on it's way out seemingly they are designed to last 10 years
What's the life expectancy of this
Early gens of capacitors were 10 years but these have improved to at least 20 years when I last researched as I too have a kinetic, capacitor could be replaced with a DIY kit for about £20 and £30 quid and needs a fine solder tip.
1 Like #13
Titanium Citizens come up around this price, depends how much you value the alarm and radio function.
2 Likes #14
collectorcol
Nowt wrong with a Casio.
A £60ish AWG, Waveceptor, will keep better time and withstand more abuse than any Rolex.

At the more expensive end, my MTG is a thing of beauty.


Just got myself an MTG-G1000D-1A2ER ... tomorrow is a good day

http://www.g-shock.eu/euro/watches/premium/mtg/mtg-g1000d-1a2er/

http://www.g-shock.eu/global/images/lineup/zoom/MTG-G1000D-1A2ER.jpg

Edited By: tameautumn on Jan 03, 2017 18:46: More context
1 Like #15
sowotsdis
2 Blokes at a bar...
wow fab high tech watch there mate
thanks
Breitling?
not quite
looks like its a Seiko
'erm no it isn't
well then it must be a Citizen?
Nope
So what is it?
it's actually a Casio
Ohhhkaayyyy not bad for fifty quid then I guess eh?
the two slowly move apart as you smell the despair

Did you write that gag yourself? Don't give up the day job!
#16
Casio, premium... Pick one.
#17
I like Casio watches and whilst I appreciate that watches are individual preference, this is a silly price for what it offers.
#18
tameautumn
collectorcol
Nowt wrong with a Casio.
A £60ish AWG, Waveceptor, will keep better time and withstand more abuse than any Rolex.
At the more expensive end, my MTG is a thing of beauty.
Just got myself an MTG-G1000D-1A2ER ... tomorrow is a good dayhttp://www.g-shock.eu/euro/watches/premium/mtg/mtg-g1000d-1a2er/http://www.g-shock.eu/global/images/lineup/zoom/MTG-G1000D-1A2ER.jpg
Sweet! How much?
banned#19
tameautumn
collectorcol
Nowt wrong with a Casio.
A £60ish AWG, Waveceptor, will keep better time and withstand more abuse than any Rolex.
At the more expensive end, my MTG is a thing of beauty.
Just got myself an MTG-G1000D-1A2ER ... tomorrow is a good dayhttp://www.g-shock.eu/euro/watches/premium/mtg/mtg-g1000d-1a2er/http://www.g-shock.eu/global/images/lineup/zoom/MTG-G1000D-1A2ER.jpg
Sunken treasure version of that watch is lovely!


Edited By: Skvnet on Jan 03, 2017 21:14
1 Like #20
barkinglama
Currently have a seiko kinetic but the li-on battery seems to be on it's way out seemingly they are designed to last 10 years
What's the life expectancy of this
The seiko is pretty easy to replace the battery yourself.
By way of an example (and there are better tutorials) check out this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSNSvP0uv1o
1 Like #21
Urban Gentry would probably tear into you for considering this. If you know little about watches then fine by all means, otherwise £200 could get you something decent, perhaps second hand, but decent.
#22
collectorcol
tameautumn
collectorcol
Nowt wrong with a Casio.
A £60ish AWG, Waveceptor, will keep better time and withstand more abuse than any Rolex.
At the more expensive end, my MTG is a thing of beauty.
Just got myself an MTG-G1000D-1A2ER ... tomorrow is a good dayhttp://www.g-shock.eu/euro/watches/premium/mtg/mtg-g1000d-1a2er/http://www.g-shock.eu/global/images/lineup/zoom/MTG-G1000D-1A2ER.jpg
Sweet! How much?


Got it for £675 with a discount code from Watcho but not back up to £1100
3 Likes #23
splender
Got about 6 Casio waveceptors, and a few Seiko and citizens ....

Are you an octopus?
3 Likes #24
mine I'm wearing now is a 2004 casio edifice. and it is still working and keeps good time. Casio = A great watch.
https://s27.postimg.org/x7mxhhalf/1483486673066.jpg


Edited By: Moonwolf1976 on Jan 03, 2017 23:47
4 Likes #25
Casio actually made pretty cool calculators in 1980 when I was eight years old, whilst when it comes to watches for grown ups in 2017.......

http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/breitling%20bentley_zpsmbihcj6e.jpg
2 Likes #26
Moonwolf1976
mine I'm wearing now is a 2004 casio edifice. and it is still working and keeps good time. Casio = A great watch.https://s27.postimg.org/x7mxhhalf/1483486673066.jpg

Bet you pull all the treacles flashing that timepiece about (_;)
#27
I love my £5 Casio but can't imagine ever paying £200+ for one, however fancy
4 Likes #28
Chasloyal
Casio actually made pretty cool calculators in 1980 when I was eight years old, whilst when it comes to watches for grown ups in 2017.......http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/breitling%20bentley_zpsmbihcj6e.jpg
FUGLY!
1 Like #29
collectorcol
Chasloyal
Casio actually made pretty cool calculators in 1980 when I was eight years old, whilst when it comes to watches for grown ups in 2017.......http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/breitling%20bentley_zpsmbihcj6e.jpg
FUGLY!

I would say that about all watches in general, but you're only saying it about that specific one because you seem to be loitering around scratchy league where blowing four or five figures on timepieces never happens.

No good that jealousy thing, eats away at you to the point of terminal illness in the end you know :{
#31
This is my watch right here....

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/f7/62/e0/f762e00de8efad498e6160fc64531537.jpg

It was very hard to find here in the UK and cost £600 when found but the shop that had it refused to come down in price so I bought it elsewhere. Import duty came to about £80 but it still worked out at least £200 cheaper

I honestly dont know what happened to Casio and their Edifice range of watches... A few years back Edifice was their premium top of the range line of watches, but theyve watered the edifice brand down so much that it means absolutely nothing anymore. You can pick up an edifice watch off amazon for about £100 or just under it which puts it in the same range as their non-edifice tier of watches.

Edited By: PcTechSpecialist on Jan 04, 2017 02:14
2 Likes #32
Chasloyal
collectorcol
Chasloyal
Casio actually made pretty cool calculators in 1980 when I was eight years old, whilst when it comes to watches for grown ups in 2017.......http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/breitling%20bentley_zpsmbihcj6e.jpg
FUGLY!
I would say that about all watches in general, but you're only saying it about that specific one because you seem to be loitering around scratchy league where blowing four or five figures on timepieces never happens.
No good that jealousy thing, eats away at you to the point of terminal illness in the end you know :{
Just because someone doesn't share your, questionable, taste doesn't make it ok to try and belittle them.
Says a lot about you as a person.

And FYI, my small collection of Casio Wave Ceptor probably keep better time, are more robust and need less maintenance than the overpriced, pretentious, timepiece you posted.
#33
Chasloyal
Moonwolf1976
mine I'm wearing now is a 2004 casio edifice. and it is still working and keeps good time. Casio = A great watch.https://s27.postimg.org/x7mxhhalf/1483486673066.jpg
Bet you pull all the treacles flashing that timepiece about (_;)
Yeah because we all strive for a woman who's more interested in what's on your wrist than what type of human being you are.
Again, shows your character.
1 Like #34
Not going to lie, these faces look way too busy for me, granted there's complications there but there's ways of adding them without cluttering the face, as many people have said for £200 you could get a good watch, ie, one not made in Japan, not saying there's anything wrong with Casio, they make a mean calculator.
#35
collectorcol
Chasloyal
collectorcol
Chasloyal
Casio actually made pretty cool calculators in 1980 when I was eight years old, whilst when it comes to watches for grown ups in 2017.......http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/breitling%20bentley_zpsmbihcj6e.jpg
FUGLY!
I would say that about all watches in general, but you're only saying it about that specific one because you seem to be loitering around scratchy league where blowing four or five figures on timepieces never happens.
No good that jealousy thing, eats away at you to the point of terminal illness in the end you know :{
Just because someone doesn't share your, questionable, taste doesn't make it ok to try and belittle them.
Says a lot about you as a person.
And FYI, my small collection of Casio Wave Ceptor probably keep better time, are more robust and need less maintenance than the overpriced, pretentious, timepiece you posted.

Hang on, did I just have someone who proudly proclaims to have a collection of Casio wrist watches attempt to dig me out about my questionable taste?


collectorcol
Chasloyal
Moonwolf1976
mine I'm wearing now is a 2004 casio edifice. and it is still working and keeps good time. Casio = A great watch.https://s27.postimg.org/x7mxhhalf/1483486673066.jpg
Bet you pull all the treacles flashing that timepiece about (_;)
Yeah because we all strive for a woman who's more interested in what's on your wrist than what type of human being you are.
Again, shows your character.

Sorry flower but I've not had anything on my wrist for about at least 15 years now and that was a Tag I weighed on 800 quid for 20 odd years ago.

That Tag's been sat in it's box in the wardrobe for donkey years so every female who may have been impressed by me in that time was impressed by a watch-less me,

That all said n done it's a given that had I been proudly sporting a Casio calculator watch rather than nothing at all that modest number of possibly impressed females would have shrunk to a fat round zero :D

http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20170104_094958_zpsuenhxf8j.jpg

And here it is, seeing daylight for the first time in a decade n a half with the dust blown off and dead as a dodo :{


Edited By: Chasloyal on Jan 04, 2017 10:06: Add pic
3 Likes #36
Chasloyal
Casio actually made pretty cool calculators in 1980 when I was eight years old, whilst when it comes to watches for grown ups in 2017.......http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/breitling%20bentley_zpsmbihcj6e.jpg

That is properly nasty, makes the Casio look quite classy.
banned 1 Like #37
Chasloyal
collectorcol
Chasloyal
collectorcol
Chasloyal
Casio actually made pretty cool calculators in 1980 when I was eight years old, whilst when it comes to watches for grown ups in 2017.......http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/breitling%20bentley_zpsmbihcj6e.jpg
FUGLY!
I would say that about all watches in general, but you're only saying it about that specific one because you seem to be loitering around scratchy league where blowing four or five figures on timepieces never happens.
No good that jealousy thing, eats away at you to the point of terminal illness in the end you know :{
Just because someone doesn't share your, questionable, taste doesn't make it ok to try and belittle them.
Says a lot about you as a person.
And FYI, my small collection of Casio Wave Ceptor probably keep better time, are more robust and need less maintenance than the overpriced, pretentious, timepiece you posted.
Hang on, did I just have someone who proudly proclaims to have a collection of Casio wrist watches attempt to dig me out about my questionable taste?
collectorcol
Chasloyal
Moonwolf1976
mine I'm wearing now is a 2004 casio edifice. and it is still working and keeps good time. Casio = A great watch.https://s27.postimg.org/x7mxhhalf/1483486673066.jpg
Bet you pull all the treacles flashing that timepiece about (_;)
Yeah because we all strive for a woman who's more interested in what's on your wrist than what type of human being you are.
Again, shows your character.
Sorry flower but I've not had anything on my wrist for about at least 15 years now and that was a Tag I weighed on 800 quid for 20 odd years ago.
That Tag's been sat in it's box in the wardrobe for donkey years so every female who may have been impressed by me in that time was impressed by a watch-less me,
That all said n done it's a given that had I been proudly sporting a Casio calculator watch rather than nothing at all that modest number of possibly impressed females would have shrunk to a fat round zero :Dhttp://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20170104_094958_zpsuenhxf8j.jpg
And here it is, seeing daylight for the first time in a decade n a half with the dust blown off and dead as a dodo :{
I got one of them in Marrakech for £4 around 20 years ago too.
Is that you Pete?
#38
Chasloyal
collectorcol
Chasloyal
collectorcol
Chasloyal
Casio actually made pretty cool calculators in 1980 when I was eight years old, whilst when it comes to watches for grown ups in 2017.......http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/breitling%20bentley_zpsmbihcj6e.jpg
FUGLY!
I would say that about all watches in general, but you're only saying it about that specific one because you seem to be loitering around scratchy league where blowing four or five figures on timepieces never happens.
No good that jealousy thing, eats away at you to the point of terminal illness in the end you know :{
Just because someone doesn't share your, questionable, taste doesn't make it ok to try and belittle them.
Says a lot about you as a person.
And FYI, my small collection of Casio Wave Ceptor probably keep better time, are more robust and need less maintenance than the overpriced, pretentious, timepiece you posted.
Hang on, did I just have someone who proudly proclaims to have a collection of Casio wrist watches attempt to dig me out about my questionable taste?
collectorcol
Chasloyal
Moonwolf1976
mine I'm wearing now is a 2004 casio edifice. and it is still working and keeps good time. Casio = A great watch.https://s27.postimg.org/x7mxhhalf/1483486673066.jpg
Bet you pull all the treacles flashing that timepiece about (_;)
Yeah because we all strive for a woman who's more interested in what's on your wrist than what type of human being you are.
Again, shows your character.
Sorry flower but I've not had anything on my wrist for about at least 15 years now and that was a Tag I weighed on 800 quid for 20 odd years ago.
That Tag's been sat in it's box in the wardrobe for donkey years so every female who may have been impressed by me in that time was impressed by a watch-less me,
That all said n done it's a given that had I been proudly sporting a Casio calculator watch rather than nothing at all that modest number of possibly impressed females would have shrunk to a fat round zero :Dhttp://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20170104_094958_zpsuenhxf8j.jpg
And here it is, seeing daylight for the first time in a decade n a half with the dust blown off and dead as a dodo :{
You really are butt hurt over a picture of a, pretentious, watch you found on the Internet.

I had something very similar. Bought it 25 years ago and it was rubbish. Was young, got influenced by sport stars wearing their free watch and mass advertising, something Tag Heuer excel at.

http://i63.tinypic.com/ab2jw4.jpg

Didn't keep good time and was way overpriced.
Sold it a few years ago.

My best watch now?...

http://i66.tinypic.com/16b0fmo.jpg

The Tag I owned doesn't even come close the the quality and features of the AWG I paid £42 for, nevermind my MTG.
1 Like #39
Loving my new MTG-G1000D - it is a great watch and love the styling, also serves a good purpose as compared to my Dreyfuss http://www.g-shock.eu/global/images/lineup/zoom/MTG-G1000D-1A2ER.jpg
#40
Dreyfuss is a great watch for certain occasions whilst the Casio is a classy everyday watch which can also be worn to meetings, etc ...

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