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Casio Tough Solar-Light Powered Digital World Time Chronograph Alarm #STL-S300H-4ACF
Casio STL-S300H-4ACF solar-light powered digital world time chronograph alarm watch

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List Price: $49.95
Island Watch Price: $41.00
Savings: $8.95

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Product Code: STL-S300H-4ACF

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Casio Tough Solar-Light Powered Digital World Time Chronograph Alarm #STL-S300H-4ACF

The Casio STL-S300H-4ACF solar watch is a world time watch with alarm and stopwatch functions. It has 5 daily alarms, two countdown timers, a low battery indicator, 12 and 24 hour time, and a 1/100 of a second stopwatch measurement (120-lap memory). The solar sensor on the dial charges the watch for up to 13 months of power. You do not need to replace a battery on this model. Just keep the watch exposed to light to keep it fully charged. 100 meter water resistant. Tough 43mm resin case matching resin band. Just the right touch of pink accents makes this watch standout on your wrist.

Note: Click on technical specs (next to description above) to view a list of all the functions.
Watch Features:
  • Movement: Japanese Quartz (solar powered)
  • Case: Resin, 43mm x 11.3mm
  • Back: Sold screw-in
  • Crystal: Resin Glass
  • Band: Black resin band
  • Water Resistant: 100 meter
  • Battery Life: Solar-light charged
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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5 of 5 Excellent as Casio is May 8, 2020
Reviewer: Gene from Berkeley, CA United States  
I got this model back in early April and made a point to set it to a time standard. I used the the Time.is website mainly because of the large readout that helps me see both. As I write this review, the time gain is 5  seconds, much better that the expected 15 seconds for quartz watches.
It's one of the few watches to include the year in the date display, and it keeps the correct date in World Time, if the zone I choose is over the International date line.

It's not the kind of watch you want to toss in a draw. If there is no light getting to this solar powered watch, it will like be blank and take a while to charge up and display. Easy to forget and think you need to get the battery replaced. But otherwise the Casio reputation for waterproof ruggedness is there for all of 41 dollars.

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