Casio Men’s Waveceptor Solar Atomic SilverTone Watch #WV300DA7AC

Combining digital watch convenience with the elegance of a clean-lined design, this versatile Casio timepiece is ideal for world travel, taking care of business, or stylish after-hours wear. Using...read more

$160.00
$160.00

Average Customer Rating

   5 out of 5
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Product Features

  • Quartz movement
  • Auto receive function (4 times per day); Signal: WWVB, Frequency: 60kHz
  • Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow; World Time
  • 29 times zones (48 cities), city code display, daylight saving auto/on/off
  • Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)

Product Description

Combining digital watch convenience with the elegance of a clean-lined design, this versatile Casio timepiece is ideal for world travel, taking care of business, or stylish after-hours wear. Using waveceptor atomic timekeeping, this digital-quartz watch keeps itself calibrated to the most accurate time, with up to 48 different city settings for easy time zone conversion. Perfect for on-the-go use, the watch comes with four daily alarms and one snooze alarm, a countdown timer, a 1/100 second stopwatch function, and 12- or 24-hour format option. Furthering the watch's streamlined look and durability, this timepiece is built with a silver-toned stainless steel band, case and bezel and is water resistant up to 330 feet. The band closes with a secure fold-over clasp and a double push-button safety release. The classic square digital window features a prominent time display in the center, with the day of the week shown above and the seconds below. This watch is backed by a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

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5 Responses to “Casio Men’s Waveceptor Solar Atomic SilverTone Watch #WV300DA7AC”

  1. Douglas H. Sargent says:

    Casio Waveceptor WV300DA-7A Stainless?? case
    Rating:1 out of 5 stars
    I purchased the earlier WV300DA-7A which was then advertised as having a “Stainless Steel Case”, I printed and kept a copy of the web page. Imagine my surprise when it fell apart 8 months later revealing that it was metal-filled plastic with a stainless-steel appliqe! Amazon declined to stand behind their advertising and Casio offered to replace it with an identical unit for only $50.00. I am now out a watch and the $100.00 that I paid. In fairness, it did perform well before falling apart.

  2. B. Rundle says:

    Casio watches just right
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    I collect watches. Whenever the urge surfaces, I can always find a special Casio watch. They have one for every whim. they are not overly complicated and easy to program. I love them.

  3. K. Tam says:

    Excellent
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    Very happy with this watch. The watch is easy to program and the functions are readily accessible. I used the dual time on my trip to the west coast. The stopwatch comes in handy sometimes. In North Texas, the watch easily syncs up each night with the WWVB Atomic Clock time signal transmitted from Colorado. The watch had a medium charge when I received it, but became fully charged after exposing it to sunlight for a day.

    What about the downsides? In the time zone selection for the dual time, you can’t go westbound, only eastbound, so if you miss the zone you want you will have to press a button 30 times or so until the one you want comes up again. The metal wristband is huge, which will require resizing unless you are a football player. I had the wristband resized at a watch repair shop for $20, but found the watch too heavy for my liking. I ended up replaced the metal wristband with a rubber wristband which reduced the weight considerably. The watch is not thick, but has a somewhat large footprint. I guess the size is in line with other watches these days, but my previous (15 year old) watch was much smaller.

    All in all though, I am quite pleased. This watch is solar powered and doesn’t need to have its battery replaced, so I won’t miss having the bother of setting up a watch again after replacing a battery annually. I expect to be enjoying this watch for many years.

  4. K. Tam says:

    Excellent
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    Very happy with this watch. The watch is easy to program and the functions are readily accessible. I used the dual time on my trip to the west coast. The stopwatch comes in handy sometimes. In North Texas, the watch easily syncs up each night with the WWVB Atomic Clock time signal transmitted from Colorado. The watch had a medium charge when I received it, but became fully charged after exposing it to sunlight for a day.

    What about the downsides? In the time zone selection for the dual time, you can’t go westbound, only eastbound, so if you miss the zone you want you will have to press a button 30 times or so until the one you want comes up again. The metal wristband is huge, which will require resizing unless you are a football player. I had the wristband resized at a watch repair shop for $20, but found the watch too heavy for my liking. I ended up replaced the metal wristband with a rubber wristband which reduced the weight considerably. The watch is not thick, but has a somewhat large footprint. I guess the size is in line with other watches these days, but my previous (15 year old) watch was much smaller.

    All in all though, I am quite pleased. This watch is solar powered and doesn’t need to have its battery replaced, so I won’t miss having the bother of setting up a watch again after replacing a battery annually. I expect to be enjoying this watch for many years.

  5. Robert Walsh says:

    Product Design Defect
    Rating:1 out of 5 stars
    I’ve read the other reviews and quite honestly, I think they are bogus.

    My reason for saying this is that I have the Casio Men’s Waveceptor Solar Silver tone watch #WV300DA-7Ac, and I can assure anyone that this watch and others like it have failed because (1) the watch case broke at band coupling, that is that one of the ‘wings’ that hold the band to the case – broke off. I had the watch repaired and in according with Casio, the only warranty repair facility in the Continental United States was located at Montrose California.

    My total time in wearing the watch before the band broke away from the case was less the 13, hours of ‘normal’ use.

    I simply wore the watch on my wrist as anyone else would too. But one moment while reaching down to tie my shoe lace, the watch broke! Hmmm, one might say how could that happen?

    I received the ‘repaired’ watch and low and behold, it broke again at the very same place and in addition to that, the display went blank. I could not ‘resurrect’ the display either by Sunlight or artificial light. And finally, this watch and two other Casio Waveceptor’s failed for the same reason.

    So as I look back at the other reviewers comments, I have to wonder what they are talking about.

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