Casio Mens Edifice Watch ERA-600RR-2AVUEF + 2yr warranty £94.16 w/code @ Watches2u
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Casio Mens Edifice Watch ERA-600RR-2AVUEF + 2yr warranty £94.16 w/code @ Watches2u

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Found 3rd Apr
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Probably one of my personal favourites in this price range, it's a mineral glass dial window, which I think is fine at this level, although sapphire glass would be a nice (obviously)

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It's been dropping slowly but surely the last couple of months, it's been in a flash sale for more and this is currently the cheapest around for it. It's been price matched at £107, although not with the 12% off code.

Comes with a nice enough looking box and a 2yr warranty

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Presenting yet another impressive digital mens wrist watch which has been precision built by Casio. This watch sports a silver metal bracelet and a stainless steel case and also a blue dial. The ERA-600RR-2AVUEF Casio mens wristwatch comes complete with the 2 years manufacturer certificate of warranty. Casio insist that you purchase your ERA-600RR-2AVUEF Casio mens watch though an official agent such as Watches2U.

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Jesus H that’s one ugly watch (says the eye of the beholder).
Edited by: "Baldricky" 3rd Apr
Baldricky2 h, 58 m ago

Jesus H that’s one ugly watch (says the eye of the beholder).


Mine is bigger than yours
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Edited by: "Tacavas" 3rd Apr
Looks pretty nice to me. Thanks OP.
yeah nice watch hot
Bought this watch over the weekend £97 from Amazon it's £107 now. Really like the features . Auto backlight thermometer and digital display . 100m if needed.
Heat for the price but the dial is too busy for my old mince pies.
33570058-9MSnH.jpgGreat watch! Had mine years!
Not bothered by Edifice unless they do something interesting/unusual, I've had a solar powered wave ceptor for 5 years that I love.
Tacavas16 h, 34 m ago

Mine is bigger than yours [Image]


And a lot, lot, lot, better looking than the blue one. Side on the blue one looks like someone stuck a poker chip to the watch.
Edited by: "Baldricky" 4th Apr
tonyspoons2 h, 13 m ago

Not bothered by Edifice unless they do something interesting/unusual, I've …Not bothered by Edifice unless they do something interesting/unusual, I've had a solar powered wave ceptor for 5 years that I love.


Had a waveceptor too for 5 years until I got this beauty syncs time with my iPhone automatically every day. Looks a 100 times better than my old waveceptor33570903-6uS3N.jpg
Edited by: "ravi47" 3rd Apr
ravi4712 m ago

Had a waveceptor too for 5 years until I got this beauty syncs time with …Had a waveceptor too for 5 years until I got this beauty syncs time with my iPhone automatically every day. Looks a 100 times better than my old waveceptor[Image]


Tasty watch, this is my one:
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Quality wathches
33571161-3W451.jpgGot this on the last deal for £90 well happy
Beautiful watch. Just wish had the pennies right now as would make a great pressie for my watch obsessed hubby!
HEAT!
ravi472 h, 21 m ago

Had a waveceptor too for 5 years until I got this beauty syncs time with …Had a waveceptor too for 5 years until I got this beauty syncs time with my iPhone automatically every day. Looks a 100 times better than my old waveceptor[Image]


Why would you need a quartz watch to do a daily sync? I have a beater Casio and it loses no time at all in years...

Personally I don't get why people pay this much for these when a small amount more can get a really nice entry level automatic, but each to their own I guess.
Mike_HUKD1 h, 45 m ago

Why would you need a quartz watch to do a daily sync? I have a beater …Why would you need a quartz watch to do a daily sync? I have a beater Casio and it loses no time at all in years...Personally I don't get why people pay this much for these when a small amount more can get a really nice entry level automatic, but each to their own I guess.


People who often travel through different timezones?
These watches eats up the battery with fancy hardly of any practical usage of gadgets unless needed
thethinwhiteduke21 m ago

People who often travel through different timezones?


Just a matter of add and subtract.
thethinwhiteduke1 h, 14 m ago

People who often travel through different timezones?


Suppose. Better off with a quality GMT
Mike_HUKD10 h, 21 m ago

Why would you need a quartz watch to do a daily sync? I have a beater …Why would you need a quartz watch to do a daily sync? I have a beater Casio and it loses no time at all in years...Personally I don't get why people pay this much for these when a small amount more can get a really nice entry level automatic, but each to their own I guess.


While I'm sure that your quartz watch is amazingly accurate, this does not reflect the anecdotal evidence I can find from other owners on the internet. I work in aviation and there are benefits to knowing that my watch is as close to 100% accurate as it can practically be without any input from me. Other people I know have 'fancy' automatic watches that are always going to be losing/gaining time and need to be serviced every other year, not me.

So there you go, now you 'get' why I wouldn't buy a 'nice' (subjective) entry level automatic.
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I've not owned a watch since I was a kid but I figure that now I'm a Grandad, I could do with one. Like the look of this, esp as it's blue so bought it. Thanks for posting this!
good brand though .... my solar waveceptor has been on my wrist for over 10 years and keeps absolute time with no money spent on upkeep.
tonyspoons5 h, 49 m ago

While I'm sure that your quartz watch is amazingly accurate, this does not …While I'm sure that your quartz watch is amazingly accurate, this does not reflect the anecdotal evidence I can find from other owners on the internet. I work in aviation and there are benefits to knowing that my watch is as close to 100% accurate as it can practically be without any input from me. Other people I know have 'fancy' automatic watches that are always going to be losing/gaining time and need to be serviced every other year, not me.So there you go, now you 'get' why I wouldn't buy a 'nice' (subjective) entry level automatic.


Your findings on the internet is decent quartz watches are inaccurate? Seems unlikely.

This watch is being sold on gimmicks. Either get a decent quartz if you just want to tell the time, or get a decent automatic if you have an appreciation for such things. I don't understand the purpose of something like this which doesn't really fall in either. My opinion.

Incidentally, phones are great at telling perfect time.
Mike_HUKD47 m ago

Your findings on the internet is decent quartz watches are inaccurate? …Your findings on the internet is decent quartz watches are inaccurate? Seems unlikely.


I haven't had to reset my Wave Ceptor once in 5 years. Resets every night to perfect time.

I also own a cheap Casio quartz, it gains/loses seconds over time and that accumulates to quite large errors. There are plenty of cases on the internet that are easy to find to back this up. Yes you can buy very fancy quartzs that are more accurate, but that costs money.

Believe it or not there are usage cases other than your own where utmost accuracy is important, and let's just say whipping out your mobile is not appropriate. Like it or not, your claim that quartz watches are 100% accurate is not true.
Bought this blue edifice just after Christmas for £107 and to be honest it’s my current favourite watch. Have quite a few watches, including a couple of automatics. I love automatic movements, but unless you wear them all the time they become a pain to set.
So I find myself grabbing this Casio most days, prefer the look and operation of it to my much dearer Citizen Skyhawk to be honest, but each to their own
Q-Tec1 h, 34 m ago

I've not owned a watch since I was a kid but I figure that now I'm a …I've not owned a watch since I was a kid but I figure that now I'm a Grandad, I could do with one. Like the look of this, esp as it's blue so bought it. Thanks for posting this!


Likewise, except i'm not yet a grandad, just a dad...Guess I have some time to go before I need myself a watch
tonyspoons1 h, 42 m ago

I haven't had to reset my Wave Ceptor once in 5 years. Resets every night …I haven't had to reset my Wave Ceptor once in 5 years. Resets every night to perfect time.I also own a cheap Casio quartz, it gains/loses seconds over time and that accumulates to quite large errors. There are plenty of cases on the internet that are easy to find to back this up. Yes you can buy very fancy quartzs that are more accurate, but that costs money.Believe it or not there are usage cases other than your own where utmost accuracy is important, and let's just say whipping out your mobile is not appropriate. Like it or not, your claim that quartz watches are 100% accurate is not true.


Where did I say 100% accurate? Your watch isn't 100% accurate either.

Statistically good quartz watches have +/- 0.02 seconds per day on average, I Googled it. Please enlighten me on what you do that requires such precision? I won't be happy with anything other than ebay bid snipping
Mike_HUKD1 h, 47 m ago

Where did I say 100% accurate? Your watch isn't 100% accurate …Where did I say 100% accurate? Your watch isn't 100% accurate either.Statistically good quartz watches have +/- 0.02 seconds per day on average, I Googled it. Please enlighten me on what you do that requires such precision? I won't be happy with anything other than ebay bid snipping


I'm a time traveller, don't tell anyone!
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