Reviews and Problems with Casio Men's W800H-1AV Classic Digital Sport Watch
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Great Quality- Great Deal
19 January 2012
Summary: I wanted an inexpensive, waterproof, durable digital watch with an alarm and I got exactly what I wanted with the W800H-1AV. The screen is crystal clear on the wrist, buttons are easy to learn- it has an alarm, a stopwatch, and a dual time option (can show two times at once).
Summary: You get what you paid for. $15 worth of crap. I won't give it one star though because it did what I wanted it to do, which was to tell me time. But the buttons were hard to press and changing the setting was a pain in the butt. Also, the light on the watch lasted for approx.
Summary: I've owned Casio watches in the past and they work flawlessly. I was looking for a reliable watch to use at my work since I work with chemicals and in a industrial environment I wanted a Casio because they are DURABLE so it can withstand the work I do!
Summary: PROS: Good price Lightweight Quite Retro Has an alarm and stopwatch Neon light Shows date and day nicely CONS: - Casio have a good reputation for reasonably hardy and reliable watches, so I am hoping this watch will last :)
Summary: I bought this to use while working out or when in uniform and does exactly what It was made to do; tell time. The glow in the dark comes in handy and it could take a beating so if you don't want to mess up your g-shock get this.
Summary: I am an avid Casio watch fan.. I was generally pleased by the quality of the product, and the general ease of programming the watch. I am very disappointed at the quality of the wrist band buckle. These wrist band buckles used to be made of polished stainless steel.
Summary: I put it on first thing every morning at 6. Easy to read for timing my morning exercises. Gets met my appointments on time nice and accurate. I'd like to see the date a little larger. Good product at good price.
Summary: Bottom Line: This is an outstanding watch for the money. It has all the watch functions one might expect from the superior DW5600, which costs $40. That said, its construction is considerably less sturdy: The watch-face is not recessed, making it rather prone to scratching and other damage.
Summary: This watch is perfect for the older kids, they love it, and it's pretty strong, they can run and play with it, and it won't get ruined, plus it's not as bulky as some of their other models G Series,etc. only drawback is that it came without documentation, but you can easily figure it out.