Casio Collection Men's Solar Powered Analogue Watch - £24.99 Inc Delivery @ 7dayshop
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Casio Collection Men's Solar Powered Analogue Watch - £24.99 Inc Delivery @ 7dayshop

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Found 1st Sep 2017


  • 100% Original

    Casio. Supplied in sealed retail box / gift box with manufacturers 2

    year warranty. No battery is required, A solar cell provides power for

    operation - Yippee no more batteries!
  • Reliable and

    super accurate quartz movement, this watch also features date display.

    Neo-display features luminous coating provides long-term illumination in

    the dark after only a short exposure to light.
  • Water

    resistant 100M. Perfect for swimming and snorkelling: the watch is water

    resistant to 10 bar according to ISO 22810. Large easy-to-read face,

    and red second hand and a bi-directional rotating bezel for referencing.
  • Super

    durable, tough and dependable. A resin band Synthetic resin is the

    ideal material for wrist straps thanks to its extremely durable and

    flexible properties. Corrosion proof Stainless steel back-plate.
  • Overall

    Watch Dimensions (H x W x D) 52,5mm x 47,9mm x 13,2mm, Weight approx.

    45 grams, Browse our store for more great value products including

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othen5 m ago

This is a sharp price for a nice watch. I have never heard of the vendor, …This is a sharp price for a nice watch. I have never heard of the vendor, does anyone know whether it is reputable or not?




7dayshop have been around for many years...... totally fine, i've ordered from em loads.
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This is a sharp price for a nice watch. I have never heard of the vendor, does anyone know whether it is reputable or not?
othen5 m ago

This is a sharp price for a nice watch. I have never heard of the vendor, …This is a sharp price for a nice watch. I have never heard of the vendor, does anyone know whether it is reputable or not?




7dayshop have been around for many years...... totally fine, i've ordered from em loads.
Biker.Jeff4 m ago

7dayshop have been around for many years...... totally fine, i've ordered …7dayshop have been around for many years...... totally fine, i've ordered from em loads.


Thank you.
Nearly.
I don't particularly like the style of this but it'd just be cool to have a solar watch
Ordered!
That picture is messin' with my OCD
gsj879 h, 2 m ago

That picture is messin' with my OCD



There..these might help..
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31871745-QOuL3.jpg£28.63 on Amazon at the moment: amazon.co.uk/dp/…9JQ

Edit: Fixed images so they are now clickable (to enlarge them).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 2nd Sep 2017
Unfortunately it's yet another 'giant' watch. You'd better have thick wrists!
No wonder they were all out of stock at Argos, 7day brought all of them probably. finally I can get one
Can't go wrong with a Casio, although note they do require a battery, a rechargeable lithium one. I've had to change one in a solar Casio watch before. Lasted about 7 years.
Looks lovely
TitaniumC8 h, 23 m ago

Can't go wrong with a Casio, although note they do require a battery, a …Can't go wrong with a Casio, although note they do require a battery, a rechargeable lithium one. I've had to change one in a solar Casio watch before. Lasted about 7 years.


So assuming that this watch at £24.99 were to last 7 years ..... Cost of ownership would be circa 1p per day.
Looks very cheap imo, each to their own of course tho
Baldricky9 h, 19 m ago

So assuming that this watch at £24.99 were to last 7 years ..... Cost of …So assuming that this watch at £24.99 were to last 7 years ..... Cost of ownership would be circa 1p per day.



One pyscho point not used much is that there are hundreds if not thousands of these penny cost items for one's lifestyle. (When one applies this penny cost justification to your socks, toothpaste, soap, gloves, nail clipper, pens....) But deal is a bargain but I have too many solar watches.
Edited by: "splender" 3rd Sep 2017
TitaniumC17 h, 44 m ago

Can't go wrong with a Casio, although note they do require a battery, a …Can't go wrong with a Casio, although note they do require a battery, a rechargeable lithium one. I've had to change one in a solar Casio watch before. Lasted about 7 years.



More than 10 years for mine, I have a selection of Seiko, Citizens, Casio, I keep them on a Window sill for sun-bathing.
This is a great watch and 7 day shop are good too. I posted the same deal a while back but they went out of stock quickly.

I've got a lesser Casio, battery powered but also waterproof, which I need and I have to say the thing is bullet proof. It just refuses to die. Yes they are cheap watches, but good quality and will not let you down. Heated
Last few months Argos sold £21.99.
Now its £24,99.
splender34 m ago

One pyscho point not used much is that there are hundreds if not thousands …One pyscho point not used much is that there are hundreds if not thousands of these penny cost items for one's lifestyle. (When one applies this penny cost justification to your socks, toothpaste, soap, gloves, nail clipper, pens....) But deal is a bargain but I have too many solar watches.


It's not the daily penny costs associated with socks, toothpaste, soap, Etc. that concern me, it's the daily ££££ costs associated with cars, kids and the wife that give me sleepless nights.
Baldricky9 m ago

It's not the daily penny costs associated with socks, toothpaste, soap, …It's not the daily penny costs associated with socks, toothpaste, soap, Etc. that concern me, it's the daily ££££ costs associated with cars, kids and the wife that give me sleepless nights.



allow me to remind you this adage as a concept, "if you look after the pennies the pounds will take care of themselves"
splender1 h, 8 m ago

allow me to remind you this adage as a concept, "if you look after the …allow me to remind you this adage as a concept, "if you look after the pennies the pounds will take care of themselves"


Tried that. Got a jar full of pennies........ and a huge overdraft
Is this one of those watches where the strap cannot be replaced if it breaks?
gsj872nd Sep

That picture is messin' with my OCD



It's the weird formatting when you copy/paste with the new HUKD website, that annoys me! First thing I do after I submit a Deal is tidy up the huge gaps...
poisondwarf1 h, 41 m ago

Is this one of those watches where the strap cannot be replaced if it …Is this one of those watches where the strap cannot be replaced if it breaks?



Yes, of course the strap can be replaced, as many times as you like.
a good deal in so far as it goes, might even get one to use as a wall clock, but with summer over how much sun do we expect to charge the battery that dose not exist
MeesterX2 h, 16 m ago

Tried that. Got a jar full of pennies........ and a huge overdraft



A real life example, there was a time where folks had watched the ha'penny at fuel pumps, up to around £1.99 for a gallon, there was not much personal debt then nor much use of credit (cards). Now folks don't watch the penny at pumps and there is a lot of personal debt.
A consumer programme on TV last week? on how "to watch the penny" or a similar modern technique, counting the cash as it leaves your hand, this technique helps to reduce supermarket shopping bill by half easy.
splenderremarkably where I live there are countless cars with ***ONE*** child and ***ONE*** parent. Wouldn't mind knowing how they afford it when a bus pass is cost effective, so clearly there can't be that much personal debt
splender6 h, 36 m ago

allow me to remind you this adage as a concept, "if you look after the …allow me to remind you this adage as a concept, "if you look after the pennies the pounds will take care of themselves"



An old adage that's best not taken too literally.
you get what you pay for, in this case a cheap nasty souvenir giving the impression of a watch
KissMe9 h, 44 m ago

Last few months Argos sold £21.99.Now its £24,99.



Add P/P and they are about the same are they not?
50p Quidco if you are interested.
OOS now anyway.
Edited by: "kriss57" 3rd Sep 2017
anselmofa2nd Sep

No wonder they were all out of stock at Argos, 7day brought all of them …No wonder they were all out of stock at Argos, 7day brought all of them probably. finally I can get one


Tell me about it?, hahahahaha.

I recall the Argos one too ...

Argos would have proved a more convenient outlet though? (in case of any future 'return issues', etc?).

But what the hell, lol.
Just received mine, good and light for £25, no battery changes and watertight, cannot go wrong for this money.
Edited by: "kriss57" 7th Sep 2017
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