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Casio Multi-Band ATOMIC Wave Ceptor Chronograph Alarm Watch #WV-200A-1AV
Casio WV-200A-1AV Atomic chronograph alarm watch


 
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Casio Multi-Band ATOMIC Wave Ceptor Chronograph Alarm Watch #WV-200A-1AV

Boasting the precision of multi-band atomic timekeeping, the Casio WV-200A-1AV is part of Casio's rugged and stylish Waveceptor collection. This self-adjusting Casio atomic watch features a large LCD readout that can display the day of the week in nine different languages. A stopwatch and alarm timer function will help keep you on track and on time.

Water resistant to 200 meters (660 feet), this Casio sports watch even offers 48-city world time and 12 or 24-hour formats so you can travel across the globe and get where you need to go on time, no matter how exotic your destination may be. The display shows not only the hour, minute and second but also the day of the week and the month, day and year. The nine inch buckle strap ensures that the Casio atomic watch will fit most men's wrists easily. The watch uses quartz movement to accurately keep time day after day.

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Features
  • Movement: Japanese Quartz (solar powered)
  • Case: Resin, 39mm x 12.5mm
  • Back: Sold screw-in
  • Crystal: Mineral Glass
  • Band: Black resin band
  • Water Resistant: 200 meter
  • Battery Life: 2 Years
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Does everything as advertized ,but not solar power April 20, 2017
Reviewer: Thomas Wilson from Pineville, LA United States  
Purchased this watch, and as per the instructions, I place it near a window at night. It has no problem catching the WWV radio time update each night at midnight here in Louisiana. It is, therefore, always dead on time. Note: the ad says this is a solar powered unit-it isn't. Some waveceptors are, but not this model. But, so long as it catches an update and until the battery needs replacing, you don't have to do a thing to thing watch but wear it. What more can you need in a watch?

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Casio Atomic Wave Ceptor February 12, 2016
Reviewer: Ronald Markowitz from Plymouth Meeting, PA United States  
purchased for only one purpose, a back-up time source. Compared to Time.gov and Time.is it's right on the button.

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