Reviews and Problems with Casio Men's Digital Watch AE100WD-1A With World Time
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A reliable time keeper with an expensive gait
A. Chattopadhyay, amazon.co.uk
15 January 2012
Summary: I have been using this wristwatch now for about six months and it has been serving me without a hitch. It looks stylish (a lot more than it actually costed), has been keeping time most diligently and I have absolutely no complaints.
Summary: Great watch, does everything it says, easy to polish scratches out of the screen, easy to adjust despite other reviews. Got it far cheaper than the rrp by purchasing from amazon, and it looks very smart too. Result
Casio Men's Digital Watch AE100WD-1A With World Time
21 December 2011
Summary: I was very pleased with the watch and the time it took to be devivered. I bought it for work, because I thought it would be easy to see. The face of the watch I usually wear is a bit small to see and this new one will do fine.
Summary: There are no instructions in the user guide on how to adjust the strap. A quick google took me to the link below and it then took me about 10 minutes to remove 4 links ... It now fits my 14 year old son's wrist perfectly. He is bust setting the time etc himself...
Summary: Very pleased with product. Arrived on time and was exactly what I was expecting but with EVEN MORE functionality - and for such little cost!!! The watch is very light and barely notice it on my wrist. Only thing is the metal strap is slightly tricky to alter but got there in the end :)
Hernani Ferreira da Silva "Sarableven", amazon.co.uk
14 July 2011
Summary: Excellent watch with world time, stopwatch, countdown timer, date including day month year and weekday, five options for alarms and backlight. The only inconvenient problem is that this product needs to be sent to a specialist to adjust the size of the bracelet.
Summary: An ingenious attempt to combine digital & analogue, + world time zone map. The digits are bold & clear, the tiny analogue dial a bit small, but the functionality is good. 100m water depth is excellent - and ten year battery is all you'll need.