Casio Women’s BabyG Atomic Timekeeping Watch #BG1500A1BV

Tough and rugged enough for any workout regimen or outdoors training, this shock-resistant Casio Baby-G women's sport analog/digital watch (model BG1500A-1BV) is also very precise thanks to its...read more

$99.95
$99.95

Average Customer Rating

   5 out of 5
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Product Features

  • Quartz movement
  • Shock Resistant
  • LED Light with Afterglow
  • 1/100 Second Stopwatch
  • Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)

Product Description

Tough and rugged enough for any workout regimen or outdoors training, this shock-resistant Casio Baby-G women's sport analog/digital watch (model BG1500A-1BV) is also very precise thanks to its atomic timekeeping features. It features a stylish black resin case and silver top ring, which frames a black dial face with three digital subdials (which display day, date, and the 1/100-second stopwatch). Other timing features include world time from 48 cities, 12/24-hour display, autocalendar (to the year 2099), and hourly time signal. This watch is water resistant to 100 meters (330 feet), suitable for recreational snorkeling. It also offers a tapered black resin strap, scratch-resistant mineral crystal, and AfterGlow LED electro-luminescent backlight.

This radio-controlled watch receives a time calibration signal transmitted from Fort Collins, Colorado, and signal reception is possible within a radius of about 2,000 miles from the Fort Collins transmitter. You can choose to automatically receive this signal four times a day, or manually update the watch to the atomic clock.

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5 Responses to “Casio Women’s BabyG Atomic Timekeeping Watch #BG1500A1BV”

  1. S. C. Burnside says:

    Great features
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    For starters, I will say that this is definately a large watch…it is man-sized. However, given that oversized watches are in fashion right now for women, I guess we’re lucky! The features on this watch definitely make up for it’s lack of style. I love the atomic timekeeping, the fact that my watch automatically updates itself when the time changes. I do wish Casio would make this watch with a stainless steel band that maybe looks a bit more feminine, but hey, the only watches I’ve found with the same features that do look feminine are $400 and since I don’t want to pay that much, I will enjoy this alternative.

  2. Mary Ellison says:

    Attractive, Contemporary Style Atomic Watch For Women
    Rating:4 out of 5 stars
    I bought this watch two months ago, and I rather like it. It has an attractive, contemporary styling and a sporty look and feel to it, and it combines several time keeping functions in one unit.

    On the positive side,

    1. The watch has a perpetual calendar, so I never have to worry about setting the date when a month has less than 31 days in it.

    2. The watch always displays the day of the week for me. This can be important for retired folks, who no longer have a need to constantly remember what day it is.

    3. The watch also displays the month and day OR the time in digital format, whichever yo prefer. A single press of a button will toggle this display. I leave the month and day displayed and use the analog hands to read the time.

    4. For those who need it, this watch also displays the seconds in digital format. There is no sweep second hand.

    5. The watch is self-adjusting. When it detects the time as broadcast continuously from the atomic clock facility in Colorado, it will adjust itself so that you always have the correct time.

    6. If you need a stop watch or a countdown timer, this watch has both. It also has an alarm.

    7. There is a light for reading the time at night.

    On the negitive side,

    1. If you live in a large city, or in a high rise building made of steel, the chance are good that the atomic clock reception will not work too well for you. I have never had the watch pick up the time unless I leave the building I live in and go out to the middle of a large, wide open field or parking lot and manually request that it search for time time signal. That can take as much as 10 minutes, and frankly, I don’t have the time to fool around with it. Fortunately, the time can be set manually, and the watch is very accurate even without the atomic clock radio reception. I’ve only had to set the watch manually once since I’ve had it, and it is still accurate to within a second.

    2. The watch I received seems to have a defective alarm beeper. It doesn’t sound on the hour or when an alarm event occurs, but since I don’t need the alarm function, I haven’t bothered to return the watch to have it fixed. Yes, I did turn those functions on, but no result.

    3. For some reason, whether I set the watch manually or receive a radio signal, the analog hands insist on reading exactly 2 minutes faster than the actual digital time. Some might find this objectionable, but since I never use the digital time reading, I just manually set that to be 2 minutes behind the actual time. This causes the analog hands to show the correct time.

    4. The manufacturer says the watch has something called “afterGlo” which is supposed to continue to show the time after the light goes out. Don’t believe it.

    5. If you are far-sighted, then because of a lack of adequate contrast between the hands and the background, and because of the intersection lines created by the junction of the small circular displays and the analog hands themselves, you will not be able to read the time in medium/low-light situations without reading glasses. But the press of a button brings the light on, and it is more than adequate to read the time in such a situation, though it will not provide enough light to read the other displays.

    Ladies, this is a sports watch, so expect it to be a bit thicker than an ordinary watch. I wear this watch every day, and I do not find this to be a problem. Overall, I am pleased with the purchase and have had no desire to return it.

  3. Anna J says:

    The hands are off — Not anymore!
    Rating:3 out of 5 stars
    The watch is great, no too big at all, but I give it three stars, because the watch hands do not go to the time set, but the minute one is about two minutes and a half ahead of the time that I manually set!??

    Does perhaps anyone have the same experience? How to repair this?

    P.S. They told me at Casio that the hands can be set manually, so the digital and analog times are the same now by the very second. The instructions are available at: […], page 4, left column. 🙂

  4. Lock Haven Mom of 2 says:

    great watch for the money
    Rating:4 out of 5 stars
    I like this watch pretty much. It is simple, yet somewhat stylish for everyday use. A little confusing to figure out and the directions are absolutely worthless. Sometimes my 3 year old pushes a button and messes the whole thing up. How can one button do such damage?

  5. Hippie71 says:

    Great Casio Baby G
    Rating:5 out of 5 stars
    I love my Casio Baby G! I purchased it for a fun, everyday watch. It goes with everything, is light weight and very durable. I own many watches and I always seem to gravitate towards the Baby G’s.

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