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- Shatter-resistant plastic window lens
- Round high-performance and durable resin case with digital display
- Stainless Steel Back/Rubber Strap
- Wipe with damp cloth
- Durable and strong resin 20 mm wide strap with buckle
- Water resistant to 50 m
- Reliable quartz crystal movement technology for accurate time keeping
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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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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.
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
- 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.Read more ›
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.
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.
Unfortunately I can't get on with the STR-300C-1VER. It's got all the functions I want and I'm sure it is accurate, but I can't reliably operate the start/stop and lap/split buttons. The controls are built into the watch bezel, each covered by largish plastic mouldings. There's nothing to tell you, by feel, that you are pressing the right area.
With the watch off my wrist, looking at what I'm doing in a well lit room, I get a 70% success rate starting and stopping the stop watch.
While riding a bike, in the dark, with the watch on my wrist, partly under my cycling gear, my success rate falls to around 0%.
It needs some sort of tactile indication that you are groping about in the right area and a much more positive action for my big clumsy hands.....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased this watch after my other one packed up and I needed a sports watch for durability and ease of use. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Connor Binstead
Good watch for the price. Helpful if you are running lapses, not that much if you do road running..Published 16 days ago by Karolina
Bought this when I started running, to time my runs. Was a good little watch. Supposed to have a 5yr battery, died on me after about 9months. Wasn't impressed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr Phillip Aldred
Does what it needs to (mainly a stopwatch for running) at a good price. Perfectly adequate.Published 1 month ago by Pete in UK
Bought this to help me track my parkrun and only wanted a watch that was reliable, comfy and has hidden start stop function and with it being a Casio you know you buying quality.Published 2 months ago by Darren
My favourite sports watch. Was searching high and low for the perfect watch, saw some I liked but were not waterproof, or they were too small or too big and chunky, this was simply... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joan