Casio WVA-430DU-2A2VER | Radio Controlled, Solar Power Watch reduced from £125 to £64.99 @ HSamuel - HotUKDeals
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Reduced from £125

Although it doesn't mention it the image and original price would suggest this is a WVA-430DU-2A2VER with the following specification

Casio WVA-430DU-2A2VER watch is from the Casio WaveCeptor range. Casio WaveCeptor watches are radio-control ensuring absolute accuracy to the second and powered by a rechargeable solar powered battery.

The Casio WVA-430DU-2A2VER WaveCeptor Solar Powered watch features:



Blue face with Arabic numerals and red second hand.
-Clear analogue/digital display with luminous hands and LED backlight for the digital display to allow viewing in low light conditions.

Dual Region Radio-controlled date, day and time display in 12/24 hour formats - allows you to switch between the UK and mainland Europe transmitters.

Fully Automatic Calendar - pre-programmed from the year 2000 to 2099

Daily and hourly alarm. Up to 3 daily alarms

1/100th Sec Stopwatch - which can measure elapsed time, split time and two finishes.

World Time - which can display the current time in 30 cities around the world

Solar Power Supply with battery level indicator

Water resistant to 100m

Supplied in Casio presentation box.
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#1
£65 for a casio you must be joking crap watches
#2
LOUGHBORO GUY
£65 for a casio you must be joking crap watches


Not true - the G Shock watches are amongst the most durable and reliable made. Quality of the cheaper ranges reflects the purchase price.
#3
My kids have these waveceptor watches - they are brilliant when the clocks go forward or back as they do it themselves.
#4
LOUGHBORO GUY;8750845
£65 for a casio you must be joking crap watches

Ordinarily I might agree but I bought my elderly mother a Waveceptor Solar about a year ago so that she did not have to worry about batteries and setting the time and thus far I have been very impressed, so much so that I have just bought one of these for my day-to-day watch. My other watch being a £1,000 Oakley Timebomb :-D
#5
CASIO? CRAP? what are you talking about?????

CASIO watches are brilliant....you can take on them sometimes but as mentioned above, for very cheap watches... even those would do a great job compared to similarly-priced brands
#6
Worries about cheap plastic connections between case and strap :(

http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B000MC6U8C/ref=cm_cr_dp_all_summary?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

Shame really looked like a good watch :(
#7
trott3r;8754386
Worries about cheap plastic connections between case and strap :(

http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B000MC6U8C/ref=cm_cr_dp_all_summary?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=bySubmissionDateDescending

Shame really looked like a good watch :(

Yeah, I saw that but figured if it's really that bad then I'd just buy another strap. Some people are speculating that it may be plastic to improve time signal reception. It would make kind of sense as many watches below this price bracket do not have plastic in the straps
#8
The only drawback I've had with Casio was with the resin strap! I used to wear them 24/7 so eventually sweat, heat, dust and water got them down....

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