Casio WV58DU-1AVEF Wave Ceptor Radio Controlled Watch free UK delivery £26.93 @ Hitari
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Casio WV58DU-1AVEF Wave Ceptor Radio Controlled Watch free UK delivery £26.93 @ Hitari

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Found 17th Dec 2015
Product Features:

Water Resistant 50 Metres
Dual Signal Receiver
Time calibration signal reception Auto receive (0:00 am, 1:00 am, 2:00 am, 3:00 am, 4:00 am and 5:00 am)
Manual receive
Last date received display
Time Calibration Signals
Other: Transmitter selection
Station name: DCF77 (Mainflingen, Germany)
Frequency: 77.5 kHz
Station name: MSF (Rugby, England)
Frequnecy: 60.0 kHz
Station name: JJY (Fukushima, Fukuoka/Saga, Japan)

Station name: WWVB (Fort Collins, United States)
Frequency: 60.0 kHz
World Time 29 time zones (48 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off
1/100 Sec Stopwatch

Daily alarm

Countdown Timer

12/24 hour format
Auto-calendar
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17 Comments
£24.99 at argos
£24.99 at argos isn't the stainless steel one ... it's Black resin
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Edited by: "taurus08" 18th Dec 2015
Apologies, I didn't look close enough. It's Good deal for one with a stainless bracelet.
This is the watch Liam Neeson wears in Non Stop. Or very close to it anyway.
The MSF time signal hasn't been transmitted from Rugby for a long time. It is now in Anthorn, Cumbria.
An ideal entry level radio controlled watch for children or old people.
I wish there were more radio controlled watches around - hot for me
ebble

An ideal entry level radio controlled watch for children or old people.



We have entry level radio controlled watches now?

What makes entry level? Cheap? Surely radio controlled is radio controlled. One can't be more accurate than the next.
I had one of these and the radio control stopped working after a few months, not that great.
I've had one of these for years. Best watch I've ever had. Perfect time keeping, battery lasts for about five years.
cford2010

I had one of these and the radio control stopped working after a few … I had one of these and the radio control stopped working after a few months, not that great.



​Same with mine, don't know how to fix it. Removed the battery and forced a sync with no luck. A shame because I do love as I watch but it's useless now.
mogsog

​Same with mine, don't know how to fix it. Removed the battery and forced … ​Same with mine, don't know how to fix it. Removed the battery and forced a sync with no luck. A shame because I do love as I watch but it's useless now.



I find mine resets ocassionally setting the time to 2005. When this happens region is set to Tokyo, it needs to bet set back to London and set near the correct time before the radio starts working for me again.

I've had two of these after strap broke on first one, was cheaper to buy a second one than get a new strap, as the battery would have probably need doing soon as well.

Good watch except the resetting problem, though only seems to happen if stop watch has been left running continuously. Resetting though has only happened 2 times I think this year.
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Edited by: "AAB" 18th Dec 2015
jamie19916

I find mine resets ocassionally setting the time to 2005. When this … I find mine resets ocassionally setting the time to 2005. When this happens region is set to Tokyo, it needs to bet set back to London and set near the correct time before the radio starts working for me again.


Exactly the same for me! - if it totally factory resets to 2005 (every few months for me) the "Home City" for timekeeping always needs to be set back to London


Edited by: "BrianM" 18th Dec 2015
Crap, Chinese watch for Christmas - may suit some.
This is my favourite watch. Had it for about 4 years now. Bang on accurate to the second every day. Those with faults here's my theory.

1)watch resets to 2005. I thi k tjis is because the battery is flat or low on charge (especially if using the indigo light etc).

2) Can't sync a time? As mentioned above, set the zone to Eng. then either leave it on a window sill all day or sleep with it and in the morning.... Voila.

At this price this watch is a steal!
I have the plastic strap one and haven't had an issue for nearly 4 years now, bought my dad the metal strap one last year and that resets weekly, even after a battery change and now refuses to sync.
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