Casio Mens Wave Ceptor Bracelet Digital Watch, Radio Controlled

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  • Includes alarm, stop watch, back light and countdown
  • Shatter-resistant acrylic window lens
  • Round high-performance and durable resin case with digital display
  • Durable and strong resin 23mm wide bracelet with buckle
  • Water resistant to 50 metres
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Watch Information
Brand Name Casio
Model number WV-58U-1AVES
Part Number WV-58U-1AVES
Model Year 2013
Item Shape Round
Dial Window Material Type Acrylic
Display Type Digital
Clasp Type Buckle
Case Material Resin
Case Diameter 44 millimetres
Case Thickness 12 millimetres
Band Material Resin
Band Length Mens
Band Width 23 millimetres
Band Colour Black
Dial Colour LCD
Calendar Day - Date - Month
Special Features Alarm^Stop Watch^Back Light^countdown^Multi Time Zone
Weight 132 Grams
Movement Quartz
Water Pressure Resistance 5 bar
Warranty Type Manufacturer
Warranty Description 2 Years Manufacturers Warranty

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Colour Name: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 13 x 13 cm ; 132 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 141 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: WV-58U-1AVES
  • ASIN: B000MMB05A
  • Date first available at 10 Jan. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (746 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 168 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)

Product Description

Product Description

Wave Ceptor technology is the most powerful tool you will ever wear on your wrist. It ensures absolute accuracy to the second.

Manufacturer's Description

About Invicta

Invicta has established in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, in 1837. We have long held firm to the belief that supremely crafted timepieces can be offered for extremely modest sums. It is the founding principle of our flagship and the radical notion that still drives us today. By being true to our convictions, we will continue to deliver true Swiss luxury. Presenting the most comprehensive and cohesive series of collections on today’s market, the Invicta Watch Group has mastered inspired freedom within the complex and technical structure of watch making. Let all those who possess our timepieces witness the quality, value and care put into every piece we create and the spirit of never-ending possibility in everything we do.

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Colour Name: Silver
This is a nice watch for those of us not bothered about having an analogue display. The watch provides a large easy to read display showing all the information you need most (time, day, date) all the time. Also has count down timer, stopwatch and (not very useful) world time feature. Backlight is a nice blue electroluminescent.

The WaveCeptor feature works well for me - note that it actually only receives the time update once per day, and that's in the middle of the night. This is to save power consumption. Don't worry about the instructions implying that you need to leave it on a window ledge at night - it works fine on my bedside table on the other side of the room from the window.

The strap buckle only has two adjustments for length, rather than the eight that my Seconda has. To adjust the watch strap length you need to remove complete links. This is a bit of a fiddle but perfectly OK for anyone reasonably competent with a watch makers screwdriver. Google for "Casio watch strap adjustment" and you will find several people explaining how to do it.

Also note that only part of the body is metal, the lower part is actually plastic with a metallic finish, but for £30 it looks fine.
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I've only had this watch for a couple of days, but I already love it. I got this watch primarily for the large digital display, but it also sets the time automatically every night by radio ("waveceptor"), so you don't need to fiddle around setting the time. It also comes with all the standard features for a digital watch: stopwatch, timer, alarm, world time, backlight, date & day of the week. The watch isn't as heavy as it looks, as the back of it is mostly plastic, but you wouldn't notice unless you took it off.

The watch strap is easy enough to change, if you have a small screwdriver to hand and don't mind a little work. For those of you who are having trouble doing this yourself, I'll tell you how I did it. You just stick the screwdriver (or whatever you're using) in the little hole in the back of the link, in the deeper part of the hole (the side nearer to the centre of the link), and push the screwdriver towards the edge of the link. This should push the pin out a little; you'll probably need to do this a few times. You can then either pull the pin out with a good pair of pliers, or stick the screwdriver in the hole, but on the left side under the metal cover, and push up the pin again (using a different part of the pin). By now the pin should be far enough out to be pulled out by hand. Before you start taking all the links out though, you should probably check you're going to end up with the butterfly clip on the right part of your wrist, or it will be uncomfortable. Also, the small length adjustment on end the butterfly clip can be changed by pushing the pin in with a needle or similar. If you have trouble changing the strap, I'd imagine most jewellers or watchmakers would do it for you for free or a nominal fee.

Anyway, I'd highly recommend this watch to anyone who prefers big digital displays to hands, and doesn't mind having a big watch.
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Colour Name: Silver Verified Purchase
This is my second Casio Waveceptor radio-calibrated digital watch, and it is very similar to the WV-57HU-1AVER I bought in 2007. It cost a little more, but it has a stainless steel bracelet instead of the older model's resin band, and a few more features. Some of these are trivial - for example, it displays the current year, which most of us have little difficulty in remembering - but others are potentially very useful, such as the ability to get time data from the US, European, or Japanese broadcast centres.

The watch looks good - quite chunky, and fairly heavy for a mainly plastic product - so it is definitely a masculine accessory. The default display shows you the full date, time including seconds in either 12-hour or 24-hour format, day of the week, and signal strength at the last wireless refresh. Another improvement is that the four buttons, which used to be quite difficult to press, are now more prominent so that making adjustments is quite easy. There are various optional modes including stopwatch, countdown timer, and alarm; and as well as setting your home city, you can also specify a temporary location - very useful when travelling. The battery should last for about 2 years, but this is heavily dependent on how often and for how long you use the backlight feature.

For those who are unfamiliar with the operation of radio-controlled watches, it must be said that it is a very pleasant feeling to know that your watch is always correct to within one second. No need to adjust it, allow for its being fast or slow, etc.! On the other hand, the technology is not quite as magical as you might assume.
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Colour Name: Black
Casio Waveceptor WV-58U-1AVEF

This is another area where casio have come up trumps. A watch you only have to set once (unless you change the battery) and from there it does it all by itself by picking up the time from a radio frequency emitted form the atomic clock in rugby. I've noticed that the clocks on most Railway stations are very much in line with the time set by the waveceptor feature so that's helpful to me. If you go abroad, just tell it where you are and it will pick up the frequency for that timezone (most of Europe covered) and hey presto, sets itself to the correct time. It makes you realise how much time some other watches lose over a period of time. I have this on a metal strap and it was pretty simple to adjust if you use the right tools or around £10 from most jewellery shops. Pop out the pins, remove links and reinsert pins. The watch itself is made from plastic and painted silver so if you scratch it, it will notice. All the usual functions, stopwatch, alarm and waterproof to 50m. Comfortable to wear although the metal strap has a habit of waxing your wrist every now and again. I'd rate it as 4/5 considering the price and as it's a casio it's about as reliable as digital any watch you could get.
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