Reviews and Problems with Casio Mens Digital Bracelet Watch - A220W-1QYUG
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20 December 2011
Summary: Purchased this item due to hearing loss. Don't actually know how it performs, because I never got past shortening the band. Emailed Casio and received diagrams of several types of bands, but not inclusive of the band on this watch.
Summary: This is my second time ordering this watch. I had the first one for over 6 years. I would still have it if I didn't mess it up when the battery died. I didn't see the clip holding the battery in and unscrewed things I shouldn't have. Needless to say I couldn't get it to work after that.
Summary: Time has made it necessary for me to find this type of alarm system. Earlier I had been using watches with sound only alarms. I was missing some of the alerts/alarms due to loss of high frequency sounds (most watch alarm sounds are pitched high).
Summary: Casio wristwatch with vibrating alarm has worked out better than anticipated. Have used it for both daytime and wake-up alarms and it is ideal for both (I have trouble with high frequency sounds so cannot hear the usual watch alarm unless close to my ear).
Summary: This vibrating chronograph alarm watch does almost everything I wish it to do. It is a dual time zone watch; a chronograph; a count-down timer; and an alarm. Since my hearing is a little bad, I especially like the vibration.