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This review is from: Casio Men's Databank Watch DBC32D-1A With Calculator (Watch)A good watch, retro style, easy to figure out and durable - I have had many comments on how someone used to have one of these about 20 years ago. I have given it a fair bit of abuse over time and it has remained intact and had no issues. I have relatively small wrists so I needed to get it adjusted at a watch shop but didn't cost anything. You need small fingers to press the buttons accurately but after a bit of practice then you get used to it. Good watch, accurate but you can tell why its only £40 as it weighs next to nothing!
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Initial post: 8 Feb 2011 16:28:37 GMT
Mr. G. Callow says:
I am wearing a Casio Data Bank watch which is 15 years old - one of the last of the line. It has a much more advanced chip than this latest model with 150 (YES) pages in the data base and the ability to input 12 and not 8 characters per page. I have been looking for a replacement for my old watch (which is by no means as attractive as this new one) for at least ten years. It is so useful to have all your essential data on your wrist and 'to hand'. Where have Casio gone wrong. I expected a 500 page data base watch by now. Oh, my old watch also has a scheduled memory, alarm, calculater, count down timer and dual time. Please can someone fit my old electronics in the new body. I was so excited when I saw the watch and so disappointed when I discovered the backward spec.
In reply to an earlier post on 8 May 2011 00:10:56 BDT
Matthew Semple says:
Casio Databank Calculator DBC150B-1
A 150-page databank watch is still available from Casio. It is a fair bit more expensive than this one but it's the one to go for if you need that much memory.
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