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Casio Men's AE1200WHD-1AV Silver Stainless-Steel Quartz Watch with Digital Dial

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  • Core Collection
  • Quartz Movement
  • 100 Meters / 330 Feet / 10 ATM Water Resistant
  • 40mm Case Diameter
  • Mineral Crystal

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand Name Casio
Model number AE1200WHD-1A
Part Number AE1200WHD-1A
Item Shape square
Dial Window Material Type Mineral
Display Type digital
Clasp Type fold-over-clasp-with-double-push-button-safety
Case Material Resin
Case Diameter 40 millimetres
Case Thickness 13 millimetres
Band Material Stainless Steel
Band Length mens-standard
Band Width 21 millimetres
Band Colour Silver
Dial Colour Digital
Calendar day-date-and-month
Special Features world-time, light, stop-watch
Weight 59 Grams
Movement Japanese Quartz
Warranty Type Manufacturer and seller combination

Product details

  • Item Weight: 59 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 181 g
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  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: AE1200WHD-1A
  • ASIN: B0094B79CI
  • Date first available at 5 Dec. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 60,108 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Product Description

Upgrade to style and sophistication with this Casio watch. Boasting a stunning 40mm resin case matched with a secure stainless steel band, this timepiece makes an ideal accessory for any affair. The digital dial sits under a mineral crystal, which combines a stylish look and an easy-to-read display. The sleek, subtle design instills this watch with an unmistakable sense of luxury that cannot be matched. Additional features include water resistant to 100 meters, world map and time, alarm, and stopwatch.

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By Owen on 7 Jan. 2014
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Bought this because it reminded me of the James Bond Seiko Sports 100 from Octopussy, no it doesn't have the gadget or the stopwatch display that that watch has/had. What it does have is a retro feel and look but with 21st century Casio features, 24 hour timer, stopwatch, 5 alarms, world time, WR 100m. Excellent watch, but then that's Casio.
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So many modes and great detail on the face. Looks more expensive and totally retro. Recommended. Particularly useful if you travel wih all the time modes. It has lots of alarms and everything you want really. Well made and cool product.
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I like this watch a lot as it reminds me of the early 80's Seiko sports 100 digital watches, as used/worn by the likes of Roger Moore in the James Bond films like Octopussy etc.

The watch feels like it should be priced around £15-30 as it is lightweight and the only stainless on it is the bracelet with the case being made of silver and black plastic.

Overall the glass is mineral as far as I can tell and is WR100. Features are good and the module is also old school with a little world map and the left hand side circular seconds timer sub dial is again like the Seiko sports 100.

I use this watch for sports activity as didn't want to ruin my best one so for that purpose paying £25 for a bit of old school 80's Technicolor is well worth it.

A reasonable purchase and its good Casio still produce the old style digitals that defined todays watches.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Really happy. I call this 'a time-keeping computer' 9 Dec. 2012
By BAt - Published on
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It's probably my best purchase at Amazon for the last year. The watch looks nice and solid. 10 years of promised battery life and 100 m of water resistance say for themselves (of course, you can't dive that deep, but you supposed to be able to swim, I guess). The glass is real glass, as far as I can judge. At least, no scratches so far.

For many years I was buying quarts watches - analog-digital or just analog, priced up to $200. Timex, Orient, Casios, Invicta. All of them had some flaws: e.g. short battery life or, the worst, unnoticed self-detachment of the crown, turning the hands and setting back at wrong time reading, which could be really bad in some situations. Eventually, I've got fed with analog watches and started looking for digital ones with analog hands made of liquid crystals. This Casio AE1200WHD satisfies me very well. You can read digital time and if you so wish to look at conventional hands, here they are - please have a look. The analog dial is really small - the LCD circle is just 9 mm in diameter - and I would probably prefer to have it bigger, but I won't lower the points for that. With time passing I stopped notice this as a disadvantage.

There is a 'world time' mode in this watch, where you can flip through all possible time zones in the world, including those shifted half an hour from others, like Newfoundland or Iran time. The time zone is indicated by a three-letter code and it's also highlighted on the liquid crystal world map. There is a designated time zone for UTC too. But even in the main (local time) mode you can set 4 different time zones and flip through them. The analog dial, however, always remains on your local time.

Besides those two modes, there are also alarm clock (up to 5 different alarms can be set), timer and stop watch modes. All in all, due to that many options, I call it 'my time-keeping computer'.

The bracelet is good, with a convenient lock (opens with pressing two buttons). It was somewhat difficult to remove a couple of links (the linking construction is more sophisticated than I've ever seen), but having googled on the web, I managed to do this.

For the price $26.21 (I paid $34.56 to get it delivered to Canada) I think it's a really good watch.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Cool Modern Casio with a Retro Feel 11 Dec. 2013
By Andrew Zublionis - Published on
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This Casio is a fun watch to wear because it has a retro look going for it, a cool map, and a digitized analog clock in the upper left hand corner. Not to mention that it can be set to multiple time zones, has a stopwatch, timer, and 5 alarms, and has 100m water resistance. Bang for your buck, this watch has a lot to offer. The bracelet is stainless steel, while the watch case is painted resin. If the watch case were steel, that would just put it over the top. Buy it, try it. If you don't like it, give it to your neighbor's kid. Unless he doesn't deserve a watch.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Geeky Novelty 31 Mar. 2014
By Dan V. - Published on
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I got this watch because I thought it would great while at work in the office with casual office attire.

for a 20 dollar watch, it comes with a slew of features! I won't go into listing all the features, but this is a very high value watch. The quality of the materials could be better. The bracelet is made of a light steel (folded links) but the case of the watch is actually plastic, and so is the crystal. This means it will get pretty scratched up if you are at all abusive with your watches, using them outdoors or in rougher environments.

For casual office type environments, I would highly recommend it for it's utility. It would be able to withstand your typical day at the desk. But if you work or are in environments where your watch will come in contract with anything, I would suggest otherwise.

Excellent, light-weight watch with a ton of functionality with a tech-geeky look. A little on the delicate side.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1 Pro 4 cons 20 May 2014
By Randy Abrams - Published on
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Pro: 4 time zone settings. That's why I bought it and I am keeping it. It's the only reason.

1) Everything but the time is too small to see very well. especially the otherwise handy little round dial that keeps time in your home zone. It's fairly easy to read, but only in the right light.
2) Too easy to accidently hit a button and be in the settings mode.
3) Several more city names in time zones would be handy. Did you know that Berlin and Amsterdam are in the same time zone? More names of major world cities in setting time zones would be nice.
4 It only displays the date when you are displaying your home time zone.

On the whole, it does what I need to keep it, but it the other features are not worth paying for.
Casio should never have discontinued the data bank calculator watch. That watch rocked!
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
It tells the time just as good as a rolex 16 Dec. 2012
By William Napier - Published on
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I compared the time showing on the "dial" with that showing on a Rolex Oyster, and it was exactly the same! The world time feature is also nice.

Update: Used the watch on a visit to England that involved stops at Dallas Fort Worth and Orlando airports, and it was really useful to be able to change time zones with just a button push. However, the button is somewhat easy to push inadvertently, and can lead to moments of panic when you suddenly think that you are some hours ahead or behind the actual time, so it pays to check that it is still in your current time zone occasionally :-) .
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