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Nice watch 8.99 (free delivery on orders over £15) @ Amazon

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Product Description Manufacturer's Description This Combination Timer features an Extended Battery Life, 30 page Telememo,World Time, 1/100th Sec Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, 3 Daily Alarms and is … Read More
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Manufacturer's Description
This Combination Timer features an Extended Battery Life, 30 page Telememo,World Time, 1/100th Sec Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, 3 Daily Alarms and is water resistant to 100m.

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CASIO HDC-600-7BVEF WATCH

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

2 YEAR GUARANTEE

Product Description
This Combination Timer features an Extended Battery Life, 30 page Telememo, World Time, 1/100th Sec Stopwatch, Countdown Timer, 3 Daily Alarms and is water resistant to 100m.
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#2
I have an older model of the Casio solar waveceptor (analogue) watch which has a virtually identical face layout, whose only problems are its night light is not bright enough - but the luminous paint on the hands works well enough in bed if i hold the watch to my face, and the date cannot be seen well in poor light - but I guess this has been fixed on newer LED based versions.

Buying the solar and waveceptor option makes all other watches irrelevant (some newer versions even have compasses, altimeters and even barometers built in). Although its dearer, you are never paying for new batteries, and the time is always right.

It is solar powered - and the only solar watch I have had that can be left in a drawer for a month and work when its taken out. The time is set by radio signals from Rugby or somewhere in German - so when the clocks change - it changes automatically.
#3
This one is not solar powered, it got "10 years battery" instead. I've got Edifice version of this watch and in 4 years time I had to repair bracelet 3 times, but no battery replacement :)
#4
I find the practice of Casio and others manufacturers displaying the month and date in bold irritating and confusing inasmuch as they are set up for the US market. That is to say, month then date (6 30) as opposed to our UK system, date then month (30 6).

Even better would be (30 Jun)!

Good price though.
#5
OOHHH goodness not................another amazon watch deal. Must be the 6th sale in a month !!!

Some good priced, most over priced....rrp....in dream land
#6
I would be surprised if the solar type watches last 10 years (apparently the capaciters they use to store the charge degrades over time), in which case the 10 year-long battery option might be better.
#7
Kommunist
This one is not solar powered, it got "10 years battery" instead. I've got Edifice version of this watch and in 4 years time I had to repair bracelet 3 times, but no battery replacement :)


Net - ya ne hochu :p

I wonder what the battery life becomes if you use the light often.



berisford
I find the practice of Casio and others manufacturers displaying the month and date in bold irritating and confusing inasmuch as they are set up for the US market. That is to say, month then date (6 30) as opposed to our UK system, date then month (30 6).

Even better would be (30 Jun)!

Good price though.


I was pretty sure mine shows day then month - but its really not the best day to check.



davedixson
I would be surprised if the solar type watches last 10 years (apparently the capaciters they use to store the charge degrades over time), in which case the 10 year-long battery option might be better.


The two links on the strap at each side of the watch are batteries too - but you would not know until you saw the watch off my wrist, and it has lasted far longer than any I have had yet - so fingers crossed.
#8
ordered,


along with some other stuff,
#9
ibiza;1665229
Net - ya ne hochu :p

I wonder what the battery life becomes if you use the light often.

Whether you want it or not - it is your problem :p
As to battery life, if I remember instructions correctly, the battery should last 10 years if you use light no more than once a day and alarm is used on weekdays only.... or something like this, can't remember.
#10
ibiza;1662428
I have an older model of the Casio solar waveceptor (analogue) watch which has a virtually identical face layout, whose only problems are its night light is not bright enough - but the luminous paint on the hands works well enough in bed if i hold the watch to my face, and the date cannot be seen well in poor light - but I guess this has been fixed on newer LED based versions.
Buying the solar and waveceptor option makes all other watches irrelevant (some newer versions even have compasses, altimeters and even barometers built in). Although its dearer, you are never paying for new batteries, and the time is always right.
It is solar powered - and the only solar watch I have had that can be left in a drawer for a month and work when its taken out. The time is set by radio signals from Rugby or somewhere in German - so when the clocks change - it changes automatically.

Just to clarify - the watch posted on this thread is neither solar powered nor a waveceptor (radio synchronised)... so not really like your watch at all. :whistling: Apart from being a Casio, of course ;-)

The casio resin straps don't last more than a couple of years for me, and I found it difficult to find a suitable replacement for the casio watch I had. Mind you for this price, you can probably treat it as disposable after a couple of years!
I think this looks an excellent price if you like the design.
#11
I found that with the older resin straps just crumble.

The waveceptor I have is a stainless steel strap - but the dial is almost identical. So I felt it made sense to say it was difficult to read the date in poor lighting.
#12
ibiza;1665550
I found that with the older resin straps just crumble.
The waveceptor I have is a stainless steel strap - but the dial is almost identical. So I felt it made sense to say it was difficult to read the date in poor lighting.

But if your watch is solar powered, then the batteries are different - and that could be enough to make the display lighting completely different.
I don't mean to critisize unfairly, its just that I found your post very confusing in the context of the rest of the thread.
I'll get me coat... :oops:
#13
Nice one - thanks.
#14
£20.36 now?
#15
Yeah, because it's out of stock at Amazon. It's not showing the cheapest Amazon marketplace price. Marking as expired.

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