Casio LCW-M100DSE-2AER Solar & 6 Band Radio Gents Watch £89.91 (previously £179) with 20% off fashion code @ Amazon.co.uk
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Casio LCW-M100DSE-2AER Solar & 6 Band Radio Gents Watch £89.91 (previously £179) with 20% off fashion code @ Amazon.co.uk

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Found 15th Aug 2013
I've placed this in fashion although I'm not really sure if it belongs here.

To get this price sign up to their fashion mail list and get a 20% off fashion code. For people who have done this before (like myself) use a new e-mail account and take advantage of the free Amazon Prime trial as long as you remember to set it to not auto upgrade after the trial runs out.

The highlights are:

Solar power, so the battery shouldn't need replacing
Radio Controlled, with 6 band, so can sync every night to an atomic clock in the EU, USA, Japan and China.
Sapphire Glass, won't scratch.
Water resistant to 50m, so it won't die in the shower if you forget to take it off.
Analogue and digital display, with features like world time, alarm, stopwatch and multilanguage.
Led light to illuminate the watch face.

Thanks to Huuge and this deal hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…669

10 Comments

Banned

Very very nice.
I'm tempterd but resisting.
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hot

Hot, but can't buy ANOTHER watch!

The link = £111.18 ?

a2tmfk

The link = £111.18 ?

its after 20% voucher discount applied link

Original Poster

At the current price after the discount it's now nearly a whole pound cheaper than it was when I bought and posted this deal. £89.95 now.

omgpleasespamme

At the current price after the discount it's now nearly a whole pound … At the current price after the discount it's now nearly a whole pound cheaper than it was when I bought and posted this deal. £89.95 now.



I've bought one, very recently - using the info from this deal - I wanted to get one of these, anyways - well the model I really want is a LCW-M100D-7AJF, but they only seem available via import, whereas the one in this deal, is the same model, with slightly different dial details, and different colour face.

I've already got a WVA-430 Casio wave ceptor (only 2 band atomic clock syncing, though - UK and Germany), and have a analogue G-Shock solar multiband 6, but there's something about the Casio wave ceptors with their simpler face and nicer looks. This one is quite classy, slimmer than the norm you'd expect for a Casio wave ceptor, or G-Shock, and sapphire crystal is a nice touch.

Nice deal - hot as.

Original Poster

I also have only had 2 band before but the first had cheap plastic parts as part of the fascia (the watch was only £20) and I managed to break it coming off my bike and the second was all metal which I used for a long time as my daily watch but I managed to scratch the mineral glass within only a few days (again coming off my bike :/) and when I saw both this and the black version with Sapphire glass I got one of each.

The Waveceptors are great to have for me because I enjoy having the absolute accurate time regardless and not having to worry about setting it ever. I managed to miss trains regularly by matter of seconds and wishing I'd known I should have put just a tiny little more effort into getting to my station quicker.

I'll echo what you say about it being slimmer than my previous ones and I myself like the simpler watch faces.

After 2 weeks of using them both as my 'daily watch' the only thing I have negative to say about them was that it was a pain adjusting the straps for them until I figured out the best way. Before getting them I was concerned that the power saving would be annoying when using it in the dark but it isn't at all because even in the pitch black the light causes the watch to wake up.

omgpleasespamme

I also have only had 2 band before but the first had cheap plastic parts … I also have only had 2 band before but the first had cheap plastic parts as part of the fascia (the watch was only £20) and I managed to break it coming off my bike and the second was all metal which I used for a long time as my daily watch but I managed to scratch the mineral glass within only a few days (again coming off my bike :/) and when I saw both this and the black version with Sapphire glass I got one of each.The Waveceptors are great to have for me because I enjoy having the absolute accurate time regardless and not having to worry about setting it ever. I managed to miss trains regularly by matter of seconds and wishing I'd known I should have put just a tiny little more effort into getting to my station quicker.I'll echo what you say about it being slimmer than my previous ones and I myself like the simpler watch faces.After 2 weeks of using them both as my 'daily watch' the only thing I have negative to say about them was that it was a pain adjusting the straps for them until I figured out the best way. Before getting them I was concerned that the power saving would be annoying when using it in the dark but it isn't at all because even in the pitch black the light causes the watch to wake up.



I found the bracelet awkward to adjust - the pins inbetween links seemed odd / unusual, comapred with other bracelets. I've always turned off powersaving on all my Casio solars - I keep them on a window sill, and even since buying them, 5 minutes after getting them out of the box, they've always shown HI for the charge level.

I'd only turn on powersaving if I was storing them or putting them away in somewhere without some ambient light.

Original Poster

Lester Burnham

I found the bracelet awkward to adjust - the pins inbetween links seemed … I found the bracelet awkward to adjust - the pins inbetween links seemed odd / unusual, comapred with other bracelets. I've always turned off powersaving on all my Casio solars - I keep them on a window sill, and even since buying them, 5 minutes after getting them out of the box, they've always shown HI for the charge level.I'd only turn on powersaving if I was storing them or putting them away in somewhere without some ambient light.



There's a free lesson for me to RTFM. I had no idea that I could turn it off, not that I've had any trouble with it, thanks for that.

omgpleasespamme

There's a free lesson for me to RTFM. I had no idea that I could turn it … There's a free lesson for me to RTFM. I had no idea that I could turn it off, not that I've had any trouble with it, thanks for that.



I had a look in the manual, too - can't see any way to turn off power saving on this model. My two other Casio solars (one a tough solar / wave ceptor, the other a solar, multiband 6 G-Shock) allow it, and have it in the manual - but this one talks about the mode, and there's a reference to turning it off, but when you go to the section, it just describes how power saving works on this model, and doesn't describe any means of turning it off / toggling it.

It's eminently sensible, I suppose - and a button press, or ambient light should wake it - and it only takes effect at night-time hours, and needs to be in dark for some time, so there's not much to lose, really - it just suprised me when I first saw it like that.

Have to say, it's a great Casio model, the only thing I'd improve is the water resistence. Evertything else is truly spot on.
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