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Casio Men's Casual Sports AW80D-1AV Silver Stainless-Steel Quartz Watch with Black Dial

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  • Casual Sports Collection
  • Quartz Movement
  • 50 Meters / 165 Feet / 5 ATM Water Resistant
  • 40mm Case Diameter
  • Mineral Crystal

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Watch Information
Brand Name Casio
Model number AW80D-1AV
Part Number AW80D-1AVCB
Model Year 2006
Item Shape round
Dial Window Material Type Mineral
Display Type Analogue - Digital
Clasp Type fold-over-clasp
Case Material Stainless steel
Case Diameter 40 millimetres
Case Thickness 13 millimetres
Band Material Stainless Steel
Band Length mens-standard
Band Width 23 millimetres
Band Colour Silver
Dial Colour black
Calendar perpetual-calendar
Special Features luminous, Measures seconds, stop-watch
Movement Quartz
Warranty Type Manufacturer and seller combination

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 10.2 x 20.3 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 136 g
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  • Item model number: AW80D-1AV
  • Date first available at 16 Sept. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,322 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Product Description

The perfect watch for every traveler. With its analog and digital read out you can see the time in up to 2 time zones and the world time feature means youll never have to guess how many hours difference it is between your location and home. Add in the 30-page databank capability and you have all you need to call home without waking anyone up in the middle of the night...did we mention it has a 10-year battery too? Black Causal Watch with with a Metal Band

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This is a cheap watch make no mistake. It looks a little cheap and feels cheap. It is very light - no way is the case stainless steel except for the back. The bit holding the strap pins is plastic/resin not metal. The "crystal" may be glass or plastic - hard to tell - it's supposed to be mineral glass whatever that means, but I don't expect it to be scratchproof based on other reviews and my previous experience with Casio watches.

So why 4 stars? Because it's very comfortable to wear, the black face version is very easy to read, it has many functions, it has 10 year battery life (none of my previous watches has lasted anywhere near 10 years before going wrong, so I've decided it's not worth paying more for a solar powered watch), I expect it to be accurate and reliable and because it was cheap I can wear it all the time without worrying about it. It also looks alright if you don't look too closely.

It has some operational quirks - you have to set the digital time, the analogue time and the world time independently of each other. It has no second hand (which I actually like), but of course you can see seconds on the digital display if you want.

It has a perpetual calendar (that's the main reason I bought an ana-digi watch), and a usable light. It also has various alarms, timers, stopwatches, world time function etc. which I'll probably never use.

If it lasts 10 years it'll be a miracle, but if it goes for 3 or 4 it's a bargain anyway.
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By ZBD on 29 Sept. 2012
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A good looking watch at a bargain price (£20 inc delivery.) I've previously paid more for a Casio digital/analogue watch with a different style face but the same innards and instructions (see the reference 2747 on the description for this and similar Casios.) The glass (or rather plastic) of the face got scratched and it proved impossible to get it replaced for less than the cost of this new watch.

Other users have criticised those watches for being difficult when it comes to changing the hands - eg going on holiday or at the start/end of British Summertime. They're right: it's a pain. (Casio do a radio-controlled model that does it for you but that costs several times more.) Download the instructions from the Casio website (a couple of sheets of A4 rather than the piddling little but fat manual that comes with the watch) and store them electronically or print the page out to take with you. Other criticisms are that some of the 'metal' casing is painted plastic (true) and that the alarm isn't loud enough to wake you (also true - unless it's on the bedside table close to your ear.)

Set against this is rugged reliability (if my previous watch was anything to go by), excellent battery life even if you use the timer/alarm a lot, and half decent understated looks with no "got it out of a Christmas cracker" glitz. And in my case the painted plastic of the 'metal' bezel resisted rubbing off for 5 years.

Overall it does the business at a reasonable price, so you can wear it every day without ever having to be precious or worry about it.
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By P. Ingram on 22 Jun. 2013
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I'd spent quite a while trying to find a reasonably stylish combi watch with good digital features and a clear face where I could see the time at a glance without my glasses by night and by day.

This watch ticked all of the boxes and gave me a useful TeleMemo feature as well.
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86 of 87 people found the following review helpful
7 years of good usage 7 Jun. 2009
By C. Alarcon - Published on
Well, this coming August is going to be 5 years wearing, using and abusing this watch. No problems so far with it, the battery is still strong (the backligt feature has not dimmed at all) and water resistance is definitively there. I use it at least once a week for swimming in a pool, and I have taken it a few times for short dives in the ocean. Some people dismissed the data bank feature as "useless" or "a thing of the past" just because we have now so many other devices (blackberries, iphones, even regular cellphones). However, I still use my watch to store critical, usually short information such as alarm passwords (like my office's, which is changed monthly), password combinations for banking, websites, etc. I guess I could use my cellphone for that as well, but in terms of retriving, nothing beats a look at the wrist and pressing a couple of buttons! My only big complain with this watch over 5 years is how easily the crystal picks up scratches. I have to admit that I am partly to blame for that. I've used it on several rough camping trips, and I have no pitty on the watch when it comes to using it...just love it. I hope I can give another update in 5 years, possibly with the battery still alive.

- Update, July 1st 2010: Well, now oficially well into the second quinquennium, I can only say that the watch just keep on going, no problems to report, just a few more scratches than a year ago. The 10-year battery life looks more and more like a reality for this little jewel.

-Update, June 2011: OK, this is a good run for the watch. After 7 years, the battery finally died. No complaints; 7 out of 10 years is not bad at all. Highly recommended time piece.
54 of 56 people found the following review helpful
Overall, great appearance and features 13 Dec. 2006
By RP - Published on
As the watch band was too large for me, I had to remove one link. It was not difficult as one side of band has 7 links, the other 6. If smaller adjustment is needed, remove one of the links from the side that has 7 links, don't remove the link next to the clasp, remove the one next to it. Look at the back of the band. You will see arrows and below them, a small opening with a round raised nub. To remove a link, insert a small jeweler's type screw driver and PRESSING DOWN, at the same time push on nub in the direction of the arrow and the link will come out part of the way. It can be removed with needle nose pliers or if it's already loose enough, may be able to pull the pin out with your fingers. The watch has many great features. I highly recommend this watch, not only for its appearance but for the sheer number of outstanding features.
90 of 100 people found the following review helpful
Good looking, inexpensive watch 22 Sept. 2007
By Kaushik Ghose - Published on
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The watch looks sober and stylish.

1. Casio make, presumably good quality materials and movement.
2. Nice design

1. Light is feeble and does not illuminate the digital panel
2. Case of watch is not completely stainless steel, lower part is resin. In my last casio the resin clasp for the watch band broke. I bought this because I thought it would be stainless steel, but its not really.
3. The mineral dial cover is convex, so it will pick up scratches (like my last casio). I prefer flat watches
4. The watch is thick (say 3/60")
49 of 53 people found the following review helpful
Good Watch - Bad Warranty 28 Sept. 2012
By Michael C. Herrington - Published on
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I used to love this watch. In fact, I've owned three of them over the years - all virtually identical. Sure, they only lasted me a few years each, but for the price you shouldn't expect Rolex reliability. When they are working, they are great - a lot of good features, reasonably attractive, very accurate.
HOWEVER, my latest one lasted only long enough to get splashed on a log ride at an amusement park. I'm guessing that the seals/gaskets were improperly installed and water leaked inside the case. I know that it was on my wrist for a little less than a month before it got splashed and now it had stopped dead.
No problem, I thought, as it warranted for a year and is supposed to be water resistant to 50 feet. "I'll just send it to Casio for repair or replacement," I said.
So I sent it to Casio's west-of-the-Mississippi warranty repair facility called The Time Machine. They sent me a card saying repairs would be free, but they needed $9.95 for shipping and handling. I sent the $9.95, noting that now the shipping both ways has just about equaled the original cost of the watch. Oh well, it's worth it to get the watch fixed - I really liked the watch.
Imagine my surprise when I received a box from The Time Machine a week later, containing my still-dead watch! A cryptic notation on the invoice said "Physical damage voids the warranty." THERE WAS NO PHYSICAL DAMAGE! I can only surmise that The Time Machine thinks that splashing water on the watch constitutes "physical damage".
A series of email exchanges with Casio yielded no better suggestion than I send it to their east coast facility at my own expense. No thanks, Casio, that would make this experience exceed the cost of a new watch.
So I'll throw this watch away and get a new watch, but not another Casio. Despite my good experiences in the past, Casio's failure to honor their warranty has soured me on their products.
If you buy this watch, enjoy it, but don't get it wet. Most are water resistant; some clearly are not!
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Review of Casio Men's Ana-Digi Bracelet Watch #AW80D-1AV 1 Jan. 2008
By Bindu Madhavan - Published on
Excellent product for the price. Great functionality. Time is very easy
to read. Stainless steel bracelet with clasp makes it a robust watch
to wear while working. Day-date and world-time features are a great plus.
Have had the watch for a month and it has been working out really well.
Only downside -- watch mechanism is encased in plastic with steel overlap -- would have preferred this to be complete steel like the band.
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