Casio GW-M5610-1ER Tough Solar/Radio Controlled G-Shock £58.49 Argos & £5 voucher if you collect via Fast Track
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Casio GW-M5610-1ER Tough Solar/Radio Controlled G-Shock £58.49 Argos & £5 voucher if you collect via Fast Track

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Found 19th Nov 2015
Use spark15 for 15% off

If you want the £5 voucher you must pay before midnight and collect instore @ Fast track desk. £1 discount also for fast track collection.

Also, possible 10% cashback if using Nationwide card but must register the card first before paying.

Lastly, don't forget TCB/Quidco although only 1.5%

If anyone has a £10 voucher for spending over £100, I recommend adding the Addis washing up bowl to take total over £50 to qualify for £5 voucher.
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Nice one mate. Heat added.
Its a great watch, worth the money.
Heat for hacken!
great watch, got mine last time they had them cheap.
If this had a silent vibrating alarm it would be the perfect watch.
Edited by: "smisla" 20th Nov 2015
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What am I missing here? looks like some kids watch from poundland BUT for £58
229mel

What am I missing here? looks like some kids watch from poundland BUT for … What am I missing here? looks like some kids watch from poundland BUT for £58




Think it can be operated from a remote handset - hours of fun at local park oO
This is a very handy video to help you charge up if running low (serious, I did it with my G-Shock solar the other day).
Play on a phone, whack up the brightness, and leave phone face down on screen...
youtu.be/WKB…sJg
If you browse the pictures of this item on the Argos website, the first is clearly the "advertisement" image, the second is a real photo of the item!
229mel

What am I missing here? looks like some kids watch from poundland BUT for … What am I missing here? looks like some kids watch from poundland BUT for £58



If something looks the same, it must be worth the same?

Interesting logic.

Anyway, I'm off to take my Ferrari for a spin.....

http://i.imgur.com/BTuXaCK.jpg

P.S Nice deal, have some heat. Although, I refuse to buy a G-Shock till they allow me to set the date format the correct way


Edited by: "Splashmo" 24th Nov 2015
229mel

What am I missing here? looks like some kids watch from poundland BUT for … What am I missing here? looks like some kids watch from poundland BUT for £58



You are missing something - a marble, perhaps?
Good watch. Bought it when the same deal was a month ago. It's tough, it's solar powered and it's time is updated by radio waves. Granted it's a bit 1980's looking but it's nice and low maintenance.
229mel

What am I missing here? looks like some kids watch from poundland BUT for … What am I missing here? looks like some kids watch from poundland BUT for £58


Basically indestructible, doesn't need the battery replacing, always tells the right time and auto adjusts for GMT/BST.
I've had one for years and wear it for sport (mountain biking, swimming etc.), DIY and other activities that would kill a lot of other watches.
It does look low rent/retro (depending on your viewpoint) but is considerably less bulky than most G-Shocks.
Voted hot.
Bought this a few weeks back using a different voucher code for £1 more. Beware many of these have faulty tilt switches inside for the auto light, which also means it sometimes doesn't wake from powersave if in the dark. I booked it in with Casio, sent with a print out of my Argos email receipt and they replaced the main body, solar cell and gaskets then pressure tested it twice.. for free.
Splashmo

If something looks the same, it must be worth the same? Interesting … If something looks the same, it must be worth the same? Interesting logic. Anyway, I'm off to take my Ferrari for a spin.....P.S Nice deal, have some heat. Although, I refuse to buy a G-Shock till they allow me to set the date format the correct way



​You mean the ISO 8601 standard format?
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