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Casio #AW49HE-1AV Men's Analog Digital Dual Time Zone Watch
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Casio #AW49HE-1AV Men's Analog Digital Dual Time Zone Watch

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AW-49HE-1AV

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Description:

The timeless style of an analog watch, combined with the functionality of a digital watch. This ana-digi combination allows you to see up to 2 times or the date with day of the week. With the added features of an alarm, stopwatch and hourly time signal, you'll never lose track of time. Blue Casual Classic Watch with Resin Band. Features Dual Time, 50 Meter Water Resistance and Daily Alarm.

Features:

50M Water Resistant, Dual Time, Daily Alarm


1/100 second digital stopwatch-Measuring capacity: 59'59.99", Measuring modes: Elapsed time


Hourly Time Signal, Auto Calendar, 12/24 Hour Formats


Accuracy: +/-30 seconds per month, Battery SR920W, Approx. battery life: 3 years


Module 3321, Size of case / total weight: 42.0 x 36.0 x 9.0mm / 30g


Product Details:
Product Length: 6.0 inches
Product Width: 6.0 inches
Product Height: 3.0 inches
Product Weight: 0.18 pounds
Package Length: 3.54 inches
Package Width: 3.39 inches
Package Height: 2.52 inches
Package Weight: 0.2 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 90 reviews
Watch Information:
Crystal Material: Mineral
Clasp: Buckle
Case Diameter: 38 millimeters
Case Thickness: 9 millimeters
Case Material: Resin
Band Material: Resin
Bezel Material: Resin-And-Stainless-Steel
Dial Color: Black
Movement: Quartz
Calendar: day-date-and-month
Water Resistance Depth: 165 feet
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.0 ( 90 customer reviews )
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 found the following review helpful:

4Great watchOct 25, 2008
By Kevin Kuang "KK"
Really nice watch and fantastic features
Analog/digital time
Calendar
Alarm
Dual Time mode
Stopwatch
All of this for just about $15
It's EXTREMELY light and thin
The wrist strap is very slim and fits great.

Cons-
The area where the strap attaches to the face of the watch feels very weak and flimsy.
The way to change the Analog time is very weird and time consuming. On the right side of the watch has a "hidden" button.
When you slightly tap it, the minute hand moves 1 minute and when you hold down on it it SLOWLY changes time.
My problem with this is when you accidentally hit the button, you have to hold it down for at least 5-8 minutes to bring the time back to normal >_<
Such a pain

But nice watch overall.

9 of 9 found the following review helpful:

5Great ValueOct 10, 2007
By R. Wright
The Casio Men's Ana-Digi Dual Time Watch #AW49HE-1AV is a good looking watch with well-made components (Japan movement, China case). Easy to set. I like analog hands and this watch also allows alarm and stopwatch in small lcd screen. No light. Price is great for all purpose watch.

10/12/09
It's been 2 years now, and the watch is still going strong. On the original battery. Have worn it through all kinds of sports and work. Love casios.

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

3Nice cheap watch but face scratches easilyJul 21, 2012
By Brian, Gloucester, MA
It's hard to go wrong with Casio watches. For a value watch, this model is excellent and the strap is durable and very adjustable. The only problem is how easily and badly the face gets scratched. Some scratches wear off eventually, but the deeper ones remain. Also, I wish the face wasn't so light-reflective, but you can't have everything with a watch at this price. It is just fine for everyday use in a non-physical setting, such as an office or school, but avoid wearing it for any kind of physical activity requiring arm use.

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

4Amazingly niceApr 26, 2011
By Amazon Customer
The last Casio I owned was back in the 80s when I was in grade-school. Now I'm getting back into them because they are retro-cool and are an amazing value.

This is a very attractive watch, the fit and finish are fantastic and rival watches that cost $hundreds. I don't know how they assemble a watch like this, ship it, and sell it for $15.

It loses a star because the stopwatch only counts up to 1 hour (after which it resets to zero and starts over) and because there's no backlight, the hands and hour markers glow for a short period when exposed to bright light.

I had no real trouble setting it, nor have I yet accidentally hit the recessed analog time set button. You should know that it ticks once every 20 seconds and the minute hand moves 1/3 of the way between minute marks when it does so (this happens when the digital seconds reach 20, 40 and 00.) So the analog and digital parts of the watch are related in that way. Otherwise you can set the digital part to a totally different time. Kind of interesting.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

5Strongly Recommended Multipurpose Watch!May 01, 2012
By Young-guk Choi "salem IT person"
I did not expect this watch would be a perfect one for me as I browsed the reviews and considered the low price (less than 20 bucks including shipping). The most concern about this watch is the mineral face glass of it because some reviews mentioned that the face glass would get scratches easily in short time.
Thing I was concerned happened to the watch. By walking in a narrow aisle between cubicles at work, I accidently hit my left arm to a concrete post. The glass of the watch was heavily impacted/scratched with the painted surface of the concrete structure. Disappointed with the watch's low quality and regreted that I had not taken the reviews with weight.
At the restroom making number 2(or 1 ^^), I rubbed the surface of the watch's face glass.
Wow, it is (or seems to be) a real mineral, not a cheap plastic.
Or, very strong plastic glass at least.

The paint mark and scratches went away as I scrapped with the toilet paper towel. And I do not see even any micro scratch! That means the face glass of the watch is really tough like the one of top brand watches such as TagHeur, etc. I have a TH - the glass got scratch when my friend rubbed it with sharp metal keys :-(

Some reviews mention about the light function of the watch, and yes it does not have light.
But, most expensive analog watches do not have light. I know most digital watches have.
This is not a problem though as we carry cell phone all the time usually. So, the watch is for day time time telling fuction and accent to my left wrist. And this specific model goes well with casual and suits.

Strongly recommend this watch to every active men!

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