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The Casio Men's World Time Databank 10-Year Battery Watch AW80-7AV features a dramatic silver dial face with a sturdy mineral dial window. Stand-out Arabic numerals provide at-a-glance readability, and a surrounding ring of detailed indexes and Arabic numerals ensure precision. Innovative details include a handy 24-hour display, a 30-page databank, a dual time-zone function, and a digital band that clearly indicates the day, date, and month. Featured components include a 38-millimeter resin case, a stationary stainless steel bezel, and a black resin band. This watch is water resistant to 165 feet.10 Year Battery30 Page Databank8 letters and 6 numerals per pageAuto-sort function50M Water ResistantLED Light with AfterglowWorld Time 29 times zones (30 cities), city code display, daylight saving on/off3 Daily Alarms (1 with snooze)Countdown Timer Measuring unit: 1 second Countdown range: 1 minute to 24 hours1/100 second digital stopwatch Measuring capacity: 23:59'59.99" Measuring modes: Elapsed time, lap time, split time, 1st-2nd place timesHourly Time SignalAuto Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2099)12/24 Hour FormatsAccuracy: +/-30 seconds per monthBattery CR2025Approx. battery life: 10 yearsModule 2747
This review is from: Casio AW80-7AV Men's Analog & Digital 30 Page Databank 10-Year Battery Watch
Pros: Plenty of typical functions, analog face makes it dressier, rubber strap makes it practical as a sports watch. No problem with the 3rd party seller.
Cons: Light is useless. It's amber and doesn't do a thing to make it more viewable. Functions are not intuitive - you've got to get the manual out to figure out anything. I can set the alarm and snooze it when it rings but silencing it is something I'm gonna have to go back to the book to figure out.
Other Thoughts: Nothing wrong with a sub-$30.00 watch, just keep looking if you see this one. An all-digital would probably suit better, although this was replacing a Timex Ironman that had an analog face with a digital panel. I never read a thing as to how to run that watch.
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