Casio AWGM100-1A 52 Plastic Case Black Plastic Men's Quartz Watch
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- Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping, Tough Solar Power (Approx. battery life: 6 months on full charge (without further exposure to light), Shock Resistant, 200M Water Resistant, Full Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow, Neo-brite Luminous Hands and Markers, World Time -31 times zones (48 cities + UTC), city code display, daylight saving on/off , 5 Daily alarms, Hourly time signal
- 1/100 second stopwatch -Measuring mode: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times, Countdown Timer -Input range: 1 minute to 24 hours (1-minute increments and 1-hour increments), Full Auto-calendar, 12/24 hour formats, Button operation tone on/off, Battery power indicator, Power saving function
|Dial Window Material Type||Mineral|
|Case Diameter||46.4 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||5.2 centimetres|
|Band Material||Black resin|
|Band Length||Mens Standard|
|Band Width||14.9 millimetres|
|Dial Colour||Gray and black digital|
|Calendar||Day Date And Month|
|Special Features||second-hand, luminous, stop-watch, alarm, chronograph|
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Resin case. Resin strap. Analog & digital dial. Quartz movement. Multi-band atomic timekeeping. Tough solar power. Shock resistant. Full auto led light with afterglow. Neo-brite luminous hands and markers. World time. 31 times zones. 5 daily alarms. Hourly time signal. Stopwatch. Countdown timer. Full auto calendar. Water resistant 200 meters. Case 52mm.
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From when I was young it was so. I'm also not gentle with them. What I mean is, I don't take note of the watch, it becomes a part of my wrist and it will be knocked against surfaces - like opening doors, showering, washing dishes, playing sports - I don't take it off and I don't try to evade contact because a watch is on my wrist.
Now with that said, I've been wearing this watch for months and it's holding up VERY nicely. I didn't take it off when doing any of the above. I also spent a month helping my dad renovate a store and wore it as I painted, hammered, and sawed wood.The watch is still working perfectly and no scratch on the face of it.
I also have to mention, that due to past issues with me having to get new watches: battery dies, it breaks, or not keep time. I also stopped wearing a watch for 7 years since the last one broke.
When I finally decided I should wear a watch again... I wanted a tough watch, I wanted to make sure not to have those issues again, mostly the battery running out.
So, I picked this watch with that in mind. It has the solar charging, which helps a lot. This also updates time every night so that it'll always keep time, not to mention auto daylight saving adjustment due to that time update feature. Waterproof... well water resistant enough to wash dishes and swim with. My parents do not use the dishwasher.
It is a great watch and Casio will always be my choice from now on. I even bought one (different model and design) for my dad's birthday. This little guy had worked well for me and I hope to wear it for many years to come.
At first the dial was a little smaller than I expected, but I quickly got used to it and grew to like it. The red hour hand, which some people say makes it hard to read the time, adds a lot of class and makes it look like a much more expensive watch, and I have no trouble whatsoever telling time with it. The lack of a second hand here is a good thing, since that might cause visual confusion, and thankfully the seconds are displayed in the bottom LCD display.
Also, there was a lot of griping about the light. Yes, it would have been nice to have the LCDs backlit in blue at the same time the main light illuminates the dial, but what piece of information do you really need at night? The time, not the seconds, date, or day of the week. I find the amber light to be of a very classy color and amply bright to tell the time in the dark. And of course the hands are phosphorescent so in the pitch dark you can tell the time even without the light.
I won't buy anything except atomic solar watches (once you've had a watch that never needs batteries and never needs setting you won't go back), and even with the black resin band this is a very, very classy watch and looks even better IRL than the pictures. I'd have no problem wearing this watch with a suit, but the cool thing is you can wear it anywhere.
My wrist is small, so I prefer smaller watches. I am not really into the giant watch syndrome. This watch is medium in size. Fits my wrist perfectly, and does not appear ostentatious at all. The Solar/Atomic aspect of this watch makes it a no worry tool that always runs and is on time with no input from me at all after it is initially set up. Meets my criteria that I have finally come to after many many years to a T. (I am over 65 years old) As long as it runs, I will not buy another watch. Maybe wear the Rolex once or twice a year for a more fancy setting.