Reviews and Problems with Casio Men's WS210H-1AVCF Tough Solar Powered Tide and Moon Digital Sport Watch
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Casio Tough Solar Tide and Moon
George Spataru, amazon.com
20 January 2012
Summary: Decided to write my own review. I own 5 Casio watches over 10 years and they never failed me, keeping good time, and they are also inexpensive-still running. Recently I shifted towards Tough Solar (Casio) or Eco-Drive (Citizen) (no battery hassle). This watch is great. Shipped quickly, I received the watch charged at full battery. It is somewhat bulky (13 mm thickness, 42 mm diameter) but it is very light (not as bulky as the G-Shock), and the strap fits perfectly.
Summary: Im an athletic guy but a bit smaller framed at 5" 7" & 165 lbs inspite of my regular workouts and outdoor activities my wrists are by no means big. This watch is the perfect size for me and has more features than I will ever need. I will wear it to the gym, kayaking, swimming and on casual occassions any time. My last sporty Casio lasted me 20 years. At 57 years of age this may be the last Casio I will ever need! LOL! All that and solar powered too!
Summary: i bought this for my 10 year old nephew and the size is not to big for his small wrist. not to worry about changing the battery is great. has all basic functions and moon and tide which are always cool.
Summary: I originally bought this watch because my other watch, a Casio Wrist Remote Controller watch, broke. I have had this watch for several months now, and I am still very satisfied with the purchase. The best parts about this watch are its solar power, its rugged design, and its simple style. It comes with all of the usual features you want on a sport watch such as a timer, stopwatch, alarm, and light along with a few extra features such as tide data and solar power.
Summary: This watch is very light and comfortable to wear. Its size is perfect and is not too thick like the G-shock series. I have had it a couple of days and the battery meter has always been to high. I live in a tropical country where there is always sunlight. I use this watch when I snorkel/freedive and it works great. I chose the Tough Solar as there is no need for a battery replacement which causes the seals to leak after opening the back and reseating.
Summary: Very comfortable and pliable band. Easily read face at a glance. I own a couple Casio watches with tide functions, but this one accounts for spring and neap tides by changing the shape of the wave display. A very cool feature when I debate which area of shoreline to launch my kayak from because of what an extreme low tide may expose.
Summary: Bought this watch to wear at work for a week now. Very satisfied. Very light. Nothing fancy, but all the functions you need are there & it gets the job done. Solar-powered is a plus, knowing that you don't have to worry about battery for years to come (although Casio also has watches that come with 10-year batteries). My last Casio survived many years of beating and is still functioning so I do recommend this brand over many others.
Excellent Casio WS210H-1AVCF solar tide/moon watch
8 August 2011
Summary: This is my first Casio watch. I never owned a resin and/or plastic watch before and was curious about a watch with tide and moon phase display so I ordered the watch. Amazon had the lowest price I could find at the time with free shipping. I received the watch quickly. Once I opened it, my first impression of the watch was it looked and felt like a child's watch. It has a mineral crystal and stainless back cover which is a plus.