Casio WV-200E-1AVEF Men's Wave Ceptor Radio Controlled Watch FREE DEL £24.49 @ amazon - HotUKDeals
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A proper atomic watch, one site says rrp £90 you can't go wrong with a wave ceptor at this price!

Functions

Illuminator
An electro-luminescent panel causes the entire face to glow for easy reading. Includes an After-Glow feature that keeps the EL backlight turned on for a few seconds after the light button is released.

DCF/MSF/WWVB/JJY radio signal receiver
In Europe or North America, in many parts of Canada and Central America or Japan - once the watch has been set to the local time zone, it receives the relevant signal ensuring that it always shows the exact time. In many countries the summer and winter time is also shown automatically.

World time function
Displays the current time in major cities and specific areas around the world.

Stopwatch function - 1/100 sec. - 1 hour
Elapsed time, split time and final time are measured with 1/100-sec accuracy. The watch can measure times of up to 1 hour.

Timer - 1/1 min. - 1 hour
For fans of precision: the countdown timers help you to remember specific or recurring events by giving off an audible signal at a preset time. The time can be set to the nearest minute and up to 1 hour in advance. Ideal for people who need to take medicines every day or those who do interval training.

Daily alarm
The daily alarm reminds you of events that recur every day, by emitting an audible signal at the set time. In addition, an adjustable alarm alerts you when every full hour has elapsed.

Multi-language
The name of the day can be displayed in different languages.

Automatic calendar
Once set, the automatic calendar always displays the correct date.

12/24-hour timekeeping
Times can be displayed in either a 12-hour or 24-hour format.

Mineral glass
The tough, scratch-resistant mineral glass protects the watch against unsightly damage.

Stainless steel resin case

Resin band
Natural resin is the ideal material for wrist straps thanks to its extremely durable and flexible properties.

3 Years - 1 Battery
The battery supplies the watch with sufficient energy for approx. three years.

Water resistance classification (20 bar)
Perfect for free diving without scuba gear: the watch is water resistant to 20 bar / 200 metres. The metres value does not relate to a diving depth but to the air pressure used in the course of the water resistance test. (ISO 2281)

Type of battery CR1620

Dimensions approx. 52,2mm x 47,7mm x 15,2mm (H x W x D) Weight approx. 58 g
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#1
sorry to spoil things argos do it for the same price.

I have to say though I do prefer wave ceptor watches, but not the plastic version, argos had a clearence one for about £60 with a metal strap about a month ago not sure if they still have.
#2
thepharmacist
sorry to spoil things argos do it for the same price.

I have to say though I do prefer wave ceptor watches, but not the plastic version, argos had a clearence one for about £60 with a metal strap about a month ago not sure if they still have.


I will have alook at them cheers! this one is delivered though
#3
#4
Good price. I bought one when they were reduced to £19.89 @ Argos.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/casio-gents-wave-ceptor-radio-contr/746712
#5
But half price at moment for £24.49, think this price is for collection not sure about delivery. Heat on its way!



Edited By: thepharmacist on Oct 17, 2010 08:40: missed a bit!
#6
got this watch for 19.98, that was hot..!
#7
I got this watch from Argos but took it back as the red circle on the face was visually overpowering and served no purpose. I got the silver square-faced slightly 80s retro one instead.
#8
terriclarkfan
I got the silver square-faced slightly 80s retro one instead.


Me too!
Picked it up from argos the week before last...paid £24.99 ish

Well chuffed. Just waiting for the time change at the end of October to see if it really does put itself back by one hour.
#9
If only I wore a wristwatch this would be a really nice deal.
#10
I have this watch and i have to say its a great watch and really looks more expensive than its £24.49 price tag.
#11
I was actually looking at this watch in HongKong Last week it was $200 hk there and a metal strap one was $350
#13
Bought a very similar one from Amazon (WV-58U) about 2 years ago. Excellent watch. Only minor fault is sometimes it gets re-set when tying to start the stop-watch.
Works in USA as well.
Ordered one from Argos.
#14
Unfortunately the pressure gauge on this watch is a bit dodgy, you have to knock it like russian machinery to get it to work correctly.

I'm still looking for a cheap descent dive watch, let me know if you find any.
#15
Shonk
I was actually looking at this watch in HongKong Last week it was $200 hk there and a metal strap one was $350

Looking at it for me to replace that **** tag that lasted a day eh!
#16
I was actually looking at this watch in HongKong Last week it was $200 hk there and a metal strap one was $350

HK$200, thats about £16! Are you sure it's the same watch?

Where exactly did you see it? I'll be returning to HK soon so I may buy another one there.

Edited By: Speculator on Oct 17, 2010 12:50: .
#17
Sounds odd ... but one of the best things about this watch is when catching trains. The atomic sync means the clock is always the same as the ones used in Train stations. Mean you can time your arrival to the second when catching a train.
#18
Speculator
I was actually looking at this watch in HongKong Last week it was $200 hk there and a metal strap one was $350


HK$200, thats about £16! Are you sure it's the same watch?

Where exactly did you see it? I'll be returning to HK soon so I may buy another one there.


yer it was in a side street right by north point staton
just a little shop they have a pile of casio's on the bottom right window

Edited By: Shonk on Oct 17, 2010 13:47: ...
#19
Are the metal strap one only encased plastic (plastic sandwich)?
#20
ty op
#21
Got mine at Argos the other month. Great watch for under £20. £25 is still great. I wear it to work as my other watches are too good, but find myself wearing this out as I really like it. Goodbye Panerai???
#22
Got this about 6 weeks ago from Argos when it was reduced to £19.99
#23
I'm visiting Canada & Dominican Republic in November, my first trips abroad with a wave ceptor watch. I presume I'll have to change my home city each trip although I might leave it for the first day and see if the watch realises it's abroad at 2am. :-)
#24
terriclarkfan
I'm visiting Canada & Dominican Republic in November, my first trips abroad with a wave ceptor watch. I presume I'll have to change my home city each trip although I might leave it for the first day and see if the watch realises it's abroad at 2am. :-)


We go to the Dominican once a year for our holidays.
Post back here and let me know if it works over there. (i bought it without any expectation that it would work in the Dominican Republic)
It would be good if it does though
#25
Got one from Argos this afternoon. Looks good.
#26
terriclarkfan
I'm visiting Canada & Dominican Republic in November, my first trips abroad with a wave ceptor watch. I presume I'll have to change my home city each trip although I might leave it for the first day and see if the watch realises it's abroad at 2am. :-)


on waveceptors there is an easy method to force it to check for a correct time signal, do it as you walk down the aircraft steps!
#27
veralum
terriclarkfan
I'm visiting Canada & Dominican Republic in November, my first trips abroad with a wave ceptor watch. I presume I'll have to change my home city each trip although I might leave it for the first day and see if the watch realises it's abroad at 2am. :-)


on waveceptors there is an easy method to force it to check for a correct time signal, do it as you walk down the aircraft steps!


How?
#28
It's in the manual - press and hold 'D' button. The watch goes to RC! Mode and listens for the radio beacon.
#29
Regarding Dominican Republic etc, be aware that some wave ceptors are NOT worldwide. At least one model is Europe-only. My squarish 80s retro is worldwide as it can receive 5 different beacons.
#30
terriclarkfan
Regarding Dominican Republic etc, be aware that some wave ceptors are NOT worldwide. At least one model is Europe-only. My squarish 80s retro is worldwide as it can receive 5 different beacons.


Mine is the squarish one......hello world!
lol

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