Casio Men's Digital Sport Watch Grey W756-1AV
- Quartz movement
- Protective mineral crystal protects watch from scratches
- Case diameter: 40.6 mm
- Resin case, grey dial, day-date-and-month functions
- Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Casio|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case diameter||41 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||15 millimeters|
|Band width||17 millimeters|
|Special features||measures-seconds, light, stop-watch|
|Water resistant depth||330 meters|
With its durable styling and amazing functionality this Core watch by Casio allows it to be worn by any active person This timepiece includes a durable mineral crystal and a comfortable black resin band which allows for the watch to have a long lasting wear This watch features a 41MM resin case that makes this watch an ideal size for comfort and daily wear And with 100 meters 330 feet 10 atm water resistance the watch can be worn in all types of weather So if you are an active person that has comfort and durability in mind this is the watch for you!
Ideal for any athlete, Casio's Digital Sport watch features built-in referee timers that track total event time and nine countdown timers for interval training. A digital time display over a gray dial allows time telling at a glance and it also has a day, date, and month calendar to keep you on track. Powered by digital-quartz movement, the 40.6-millimeter case is water resistant to a depth of 330 feet and is protected by a mineral dial window.See all Product Description
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There is no stop start function, instead it gives you splits. Which is fine if you are doing laps, but we just wanted a simple stop watch and a watch. We sent it back.
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For that, it works great - I have it set for 60 > 20 > repeat - so I do my exercise for 60 seconds, max effort, rest for 20, 60, 20 - until I'm done. The interface is a little confusing at first, but they only have so many buttons to work with. For the price, I couldn't find anything better.
Other thoughts: I looked for a programmable watch that actually had two sets of intervals, that you could "link" - I do 10 exercises, and have a 120 second break, so ideally, the 60/20 would repeat 10 times, queue the 120 minute timer, you'd be able to set that combo to loop for 4 times (which is pretty much my workout). Not a huge deal, and I couldn't find anything that did that - if this just had a couple of more slots for intervals, I'd just be able to loop it (it would need 11), but it's not a big deal. I just stop it at 10 repeats, reset, wait 2 minutes, and start again.
Helps my workouts mainly on focus; I don't have to mess with a phone or an app, it's just a solid state device on my wrist that tells me when I'm done.
One of the complaints I noticed in the other posts was with regard to the backlight. It's true it's not the indeglow (sp?) backlighting, it's just two LEDs on the right half of the face, however I have found it still easy to read using the backlight in a low light environment.
I would say this is an excellent buy for the money, and would highly recommend it to a referee or as a general workout timing watch.
Looks: Nice; a bit thick for my taste (about 1/2"; spec says .58"), but it seems a lot of men's sports watches are like that these days
- The main picture shown above is misleading - there is NO blue backlight, but a cheapish orange LED that emits from left side over a dull gray background. The word "Illuminator" inscribed at the top of the watch is also misleading. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that supposed to be Casio's blue backlight technology? Maybe this watch used to have it, but not now. The LED works fine but does not look as nice
- Lens is not recessed so it is easy to scratch
Battery: 10-yr spec assumes use of any feature only once/week (a joke?)
Manual: Hard to read as it is very small and thick
- Get the free 3-page PDF manual which has all the info but is much easier to read, at the watch manual section of the casio site (enter 3100 for Module No.)
Stopwatch: I did not like it; it seems specialized for things like soccer
- Two counts displayed
- The Main count shows 100ths of sec but cannot be stopped at all (kind of useless). It can be set to beep after a specified elapsed time (like end of soccer regulation)
- The small count in corner (harder to read) acts like a standard stopwatch. No splits; just start, stop. It does not show 100ths of sec. In soccer, can use to count stoppage time
Preset countdown timer: Can choose from these times(min): 10,12,20,15,20,25,30,35,40,45
- Auto-repeat feature: If enabled, counts the number repeats (up to 99). If disabled, it just counts up after it hits zero and sounds the alarm, like most countdown timers do
- I like that the current time is in the corner so I don't have to switch modes to find out
Interval Countdown timer: You can use this as a regular countdown timer settable from 1 to 59 min, though I wish it could be set higher. There are also 8 additional timers which you can set individually. The watch will detect which timers are set and run them sequentially. You could use this for interval training or game timing. Auto-repeat can be set for the whole sequence.
World Clock: You can have this display the time in practically any other time zone. 3-letter codes for cities, and DST can be set separately for each
Alarm: Standard features, hourly chime
Other: Button beeps can be turned off
Overall: A decent watch, especially for the price. It's growing on me, I think.