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Casio Wave Ceptor Tough Solar MULTIBAND6 Men's Watch WVA-M630D-1A3JF (Japan Import)

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  • Imported
  • Wave Ceptor Series
  • Waterproof to 5 bar / Multiband 6
  • One-touch 3 Fold Buckle
  • Neo-bright / LED LED-light (Afterglow function)
  • Multi-language switching function (English , Japanese , Chinese , Spanish , German)

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Casio
Model number WVA-M630D-1A3JF
Part Number WVA-M630D-1A3JF
Model Year 2013
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Inorganic Glass
Display Type Analog
Case diameter 42.1 millimeters
Case Thickness 11 millimeters
Band Material Stainless Steel
Band width 19 millimeters
Band Color Silver
Dial color Black
Special features men's
Item weight 3.20 Ounces
Movement Tough Solar (Solar Charge System)
Water resistant depth 5

Product Description

Casio Wave Ceptor Tough Solar MULTIBAND6 Men's Watch WVA-M630D-1A3JF ---- Multi Band 6 ---- One-touch 3-fold buckle ---- Neo-bright ---- Stop watch (1/100 second measurement , 60 minutes meter) ---- Countdown timer (Setting range: 1 minute to 100 minutes , Measuring unit: 1 second) ---- Battery indicator ---- Power saving function ---- Fully auto-calendar ---- 12/24 Hour display switching ---- Button Operation Tone on/off ---- Multi-language switching function (English , Japanese , Chinese , Spanish , German) ---- LED-light (Afterglow function)

  • ASIN: B00B2IT6WC
  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 4.1 x 3.3 inches; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Japan
  • Item model number: WVA-M630D-1A3JF
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,819 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    The band is very easy to adjust the size, no tools needed.
    MadMax
    It is not easy to set up without manual, however once you locate online English instructions you will have to do it just once.
    EOS
    The other thing, of course, is that this watch sets itself every night from the time beacon in Colorado.
    Pablo Halpern

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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Slacker Sonny on July 24, 2013
    I got my watch yesterday and so far I love it! I plan to post this review under several of the "Casio Wave Scepter Tough Solar Radio-Controlled Watch Multiband" watches because YOU NEED THIS INFO TO GET AN ENGLISH LANGUAGE MANUAL!!! These watches are all pretty much the same - just different style faces, which is really nice choice wise! There are not many reviews yet (7/24/2013) so I wanted to get this info out.

    First, the watch comes with a Japanese Manual ONLY. However, this is not a problem. Just look at your watch back for the 4-digit start to the model number, which on my watch has a box around it. The same number will also be printed on the front of the Japanese manual. Use the link below [THANK YOU RICHARD H. MARTIN for your 6/29/13 review & Link info.!] but just substitute your watch's four-digit number for the one I used(mine was 4709). Be sure to leave everything else the same. You will need Adobe Reader on your computer, which is a free download from Adobe.com (almost everybody will already have this on their computer). The manual will be downloaded for you to print out at home (5 pages). You should also save a copy on your computer for future reference. The manual for my watch is written in very good English so it is very easy to understand! It prints in small letters, though, so have a magnifying glass handy :-)

    Here is the link: [...]

    Second, the watchband. Gone are the days of taking the watch to a jeweler to have the band adjusted! Gone is the hassle of trying to remove tiny pins to adjust it yourself! Tucked into the Japanese manual will be a separate slip of paper with directions for adjusting the band. They are in Japanese. I could not find an English language copy anywhere. Here is what you need to do:

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    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Pablo Halpern on January 7, 2014
    First, a disclaimer: I have an old Wave Ceptor Tough Solar watch that is very much like this one, but not identical.

    The most annoying thing about most electronic watches is replacing the battery. It is nearly certain that the battery will die at the most inconvenient time and that finding a replacement will be a hassle. With this watch, you never need to replace the battery. I've owned my watch for many years and it has never failed to keep the time. I don't need to do anything special, such as leaving it in the sun -- just my regular activities give it enough light to keep it charged up.

    The other thing, of course, is that this watch sets itself every night from the time beacon in Colorado. So, if you're in the continental US (and probably much of Canada and Mexico, and of course, Japan), the watch will stay almost perfectly accurate. The only time I need to fiddle with it is to change the time zone when traveling. After changing the time zone, it's fun to watch as the minute hand zips around a few times until the new time is set! Setting the time zone is not hard, but it's not intuitive (at least not with my model), so remember to look at the instructions before you travel. The watch sets itself to Daylight Saving time automatically, which is awesome!

    The watch is sufficiently water resistant that I don't take it off for swimming. It's really the most care-free watch I've ever owned.

    One negative: my old watch has a metal band like this one, but the first "link" on each side is actually plastic with a chrome paint that eventually chipped off, exposing the grey plastic underneath. The band on this new watch is clearly different, so I don't know if the same problem still exists. Otherwise, the watch is very tough and has stood up to a lot of abuse.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By EOS on June 22, 2014
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    The watch does what it says in its description. It is very light. It is not easy to set up without manual, however once you locate online English instructions you will have to do it just once. If it does not break, it should last for many years showing perfect time without need to adjust anything (e.g. perpetual calendar). Luminous hands plus LED light add to its versatility.
    This is an inexpensive, practical and accurate watch for daily use.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By anthony wyzynajtys on April 27, 2013
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    Simple, elegant interface. Good led light. Thinner than the old Wave Ceptors. Power save is cute. Easy setup with quick Atomic Sync. Band is a little bulky.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Duynisveld on January 31, 2014
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    At first I did not know what to chose: an analog or a digital watch. Then came this fellow along: a perfect combination of both - much better than a analog chronograph. Very easy to operate and a beauty to wear.It's very accurate and never needs a new battery!
    I would certainly recommand it!!!
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael T. Kauper on August 31, 2014
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    I love my new watch. Very nice looking, all features work. Wave Ceptor (atomic clock), solar and light powered.
    This watch is all stainless steel, and is imported from Japan.
    *** Caution *** Casio watches made for sale in the USA have at least some plastic links, generally between the steel watch and the steel band. These weak links break first. All my previous Casio watches broke at the plastic link between the watch and the band.
    This directly imported watch does NOT have any plastic links, and I expect it to last much longer.
    This watch has easy to adjust wrist band length. Difficult to describe, but easy to do.
    When watch band is "open", unlatched, one side of the band is just simple links, the other side of the band is attached to an elaborate multi-part latch.
    The link side is held by a small box like component on the latch side of the band.
    This box can be unlocked to allow more or fewer links to be pushed into the 'box" and that changes the length of the band when closed.
    Holding the unlatched watch in your hands, with the watch body toward your body, you will note an arc in the latch which is concave toward the watch body. This is the part of the latch assembly which is attached to the "box" which secures the band links.
    Grasping that box-like structure, bend the concave arc away from you. This allows the segments of the band to be pushed into or pulled out of the "box", adjusting the length of the band.
    This is quick and easy after you know the trick.
    The included instructions are in Japanese for this made-for-Japan-inport. You can download and print English directions:
    http://support.casio.com/en/manual/manualsearch.php?MODULE=5161&submit.x=41&submit.y=4&cid=009
    The English directions are very fine print, and a bit complicated, but they seem to be correct, and necessary.
    Enjoy this great watch!
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