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Casio Men's Phys Sports Running Watch, Black


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  • ASIN: B00OHH76MM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 Oct. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (197 customer reviews)
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Product Description

In addition to a small lightweight case, this model is designed with a Lap Memory feature that lets you store up to 60 records in memory, each record including the date, lap time, split time and distance covered. The STR-300C can also be configured to emit a beep to help maintain the pace of exercise that you want. It enables you to input your stride length for automatic calculation of the distance you cover, as well as 50 metre water resistance and five daily alarms.


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Casio is one of the UK's top five watch brands, with over a million Casio watches purchased every year, Casio is one of the market leader in style and technology.

Casio has a strong history of manufacturing a wide variety of goods including calculators, cameras, watches, clocks and musical instruments. When making and designing their watch ranges, Casio seek to bring a distinct approach to watch development, combining digital and analogue technologies and durable designs to make their watches look different amongst the competition.

Casio launched the Casiotron in 1974, the world's first digital watch with fully automated calendar. Casio has continued to pursue its passion for digital technologies in watch functions, including world time, data bank functions, sensor based measurement and radio controlled technology. Today Casio continues to new products that combine the digital technology, with designs that deliver a good look and feel in both men's and women's watches. From G-Shock, Edifice through to Pro Trek, Casio watches combine strength, style and function.

The combination of solar power and radio-controlled timing ensure that the wearer never has to worry about running out of power or not having exactly the right time, wherever they are in the world.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

79 of 80 people found the following review helpful By metacritic TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 Oct. 2009
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
Generally a tough versatile resin watch aimed at keen runners such as myself. The 60 lap memory is invaluable as it allows you to automatically store upto 60 previous lap times for later analysis. I use this feature if I am running a marathon hit the lap split button at each mile mark then later allows me to analyse how my run progressed after each mile. Up to 5 different alarms can be set. Casio claim a battery life of 10 years, based upon previous experience of casio watches is certainly not out of the question.Generally the watch is comfortable light and slim to wear, with the start and stop/split buttons angled slightly to allow easier use whilst on your wrist. Excellent water resistance, regularly take mine swimming. At the price its an excellent all round buy!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By João Madeiras Pereira on 31 July 2013
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I had this watch model during 3 years without any fault; it is a robust device; no problems with the buttons. unfortunateley it was stolen so I had to buy another one.
It is a great low cost time solution for swimming and running. Everything you need for controlling your workouts is there. Never had issues related with swimming in pools or sea; waterproof indeed.
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71 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Lucy McGough on 25 Sept. 2008
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
This is a good watch. I've had it for years and I like it.

The waterproof seal works well - I wear this watch in the bath and in the shower, and it has survived numerous dunkings.

It looks stylish and the features are very easy to use. I like the alarm feature because you can have up to five alarms at once, all for different times. I also like the countdown feature and the stopwatch.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By WD Allan on 19 Aug. 2010
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
The watch arrived promptly and as described. Trouble is even in a watch as cheap as this, it is multi functional, I'm still trying to work out how it works. However that is no fault of the watch! It is not overly large, but the display is large enough to see clearly and it sits nicely on my wrist without being clumbersome. At this price I considered it good value for money.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Mark E. L. Austen on 14 Sept. 2011
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
This watch arrived from Amazon just two days ago, and overall impressions are good. Before I get started on the positives, here are the issues I've found with it:
- Stop/start buttons harder to press
- Side buttons maybe too easy to press? This to me seems counter-intuitive as I would have thought somebody would be more likely to press the buttons on the side of the watch - as I already have on one occasion.
- The pacing metronome thing only goes from 100-200 bpm. For most runners, this would mean setting it at double their normal stride rate, and enduring the slightly annoying beeping at double pace for the 30 seconds it lasts when the 'B' button is pressed.
- The 8-second delay where the time freezes after pressing the lap/split button in stop-watch mode has the potential to be irritating; that said, for longer distances it won't matter, and doing 200m intervals on the track doesn't really involve looking at your watch!
- The distance calculator seems like it's pretty much a gimmick. I don't know, maybe some people do use it and find it useful, but for me it seems that on the variable road/trail surfaces you'd get off a track, it won't be accurate as stride distance varies to match the terrain (and in most cases - though the ideal would be for this to be avoided - stride rate will vary also). On track, it's very easy to judge distance - every lap is 400m. I guess if you're running a very long way on a track and have a tendency to lose count, you might use it...
- It annoys me that the stopwatch saves every bit of data, even when I'm just using it for breathing exercises or to time something trivial, but I guess making saving optional could result in not saving important training data - after all, it's easy to delete any unneeded records.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By N. Cartlidge on 26 Aug. 2009
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
Wanted a basic stopwatch with lap facility for running training, and this does that, and does it well.

The only reason I took a star off was because the buttons are a little too easy to press (eg in my bag) but apart from that I'm really happy with it. The lap function is really easy to use and understand.

Great watch!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Go Go Dancer on 3 Mar. 2012
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
Look, this is a cheap watch. It doesn't set the world on fire in terms of functionality. It claims to measure distance, but it is one of those stride length multiplying set ups, and I haven't even bothered to get it set up.

However, it has a really nice thing where if you lift the watch up the light comes up and you can see the screen for a few seconds. If you live in London like I do, and run during winter in the mornings, then this is a really handy feature, and I like it a lot for that reason alone.

So, for the price, you can't go wrong. If you need to drop £300 on a Garmon watch, to measure distance and do all that fancy stuff, then that's great. However, I can measure my distance on mapmyrundotcom after the event if I really need to. And right now, I just need to get out there, run as far as I am running, have a basic stopwatch and timer function, and I am good from there.

So it depends on your needs. But if your needs are simple, then this is a good buy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By NigelJ on 3 Nov. 2012
Colour Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
I very much liked this watch, clear display light on the arm and the 10 year battery but after 4 years of use the strap without warning just split. I went to get a replacement at my local shop but the strap is a specific one for this watch which others will not fit so you will have to buy off cassio or off the net at around the £12 t0 £15 mark. A bit disappointed I bought another of the same watch and after 4 years again the strap has done exactly the same. Having complained to cassio they were not that interested in this fault. Both watches are still running so the battery is good but dont expect to much of the strap lasting.
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