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Casio #DBC610A-1A Men's Vintage Stainless Steel Band 50 Telememo Calculator Watch


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  • Data bank Memory capacity: Up to 50 sets of data, with 8-character name and 15-digit telephone number
  • 8-digit calculator Calculation modes: Arithmetic operations and currency conversion
  • Regular timekeeping: Hour, minutes, seconds, am/pm, year, month, date, day
  • Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
  • Multi-function alarms,Hourly time signal,12/24-hour format,Auto-calendar (to year 2099),world time

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Casio
Model number DBC610A
Part Number DBC-610A-1A
Item Shape Square
Display Type LCD
Case diameter 44 millimeters
Band Material Metal
Band width 22 millimeters
Band Color Silver
Dial color Gray
Special features Calculator, Data Bank Collection, Water Resistant, Stopwatch, Countdown timer
Movement Quartz

Product Description

Old school type calculator/databank from Casio which is very retro in design. First introduced in the late 1980s, this watch continues in production with the only change being a switch from orange to green nightlight of the old side lit variety. Great for those who prefer the old designs to the new!

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    I would buy this watch again if the need ever arose.
    Allan H. Loehndorf
    I have long loved my previous Casio Databank that I received 24 years ago on our 40th wedding anniversary.
    Noonie
    If you want a tough watch with a great retro look to it and very functional, this is the watch for you.
    Alfredo J. Calzadilla

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Lavin J. Morar on July 31, 2010
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    I travel a lot and I am using THIS watch for the last 15 years. One press of a button takes
    you to the country or the time zone you are in. No need to adjust frequently. It is pre programmed for
    All the time zones of the world and it is indicated by the first three alphabets of the country which is also
    the time zone. One Batt lasts for at least 3-4 year. I sweat a lot and that corroded the bracelet so I had to replace with
    a new one. I was glad I found one.
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    25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Wallace F. Werner on August 26, 2007
    I have owned casio watches for about 35 years. They like all things get cheaper. The good points on this watch are, the 5 alarms, the spacious data storage, and the time accuracy. I need the alarms to help me remember when to take my blood pressure meds. They use to make the data bank without the calculator with 5 alarms that held 50 data numbers. That's what I had before this one. I really didn't want the calculator. The bad point is the watch case and band connection points are made of plastic. I play golf and like to leave my watch on. The watch band broke off after having it for about 6 months. Lucky thing for super glue. That's how I repaired it. My watch before this one broke in the same place where the pin sticks into the watch case my super glue didn't work good on it that's why I bought this watch.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By gustavo peña on June 14, 2010
    This watch is a beautiful piece of design. The typography also is very small and well place.

    I would love to see this design with at least 300page data-bank, blue iluminator and memory protection. All the thins the "DBC310-1 Databank 300" has but sadly the later is not as good looking as this vintage design.

    My cellphone has died several times and this watch has same me from trouble because of the telememo. Thanks casio don't you dare stop making this little gem just improve the inside and let the design alone because some thins don't need to changed when they are perfect.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Alfredo J. Calzadilla on November 5, 2010
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    I bought this watch here at amazon about 6 months ago. I have worn the watch ever since then and I have to say that is a very durable and functional watch. The calculator and timer are very practical. I work in a warehouse moving stuff around and lifting boxes every day and the watch has barely a few scratches. If you want a tough watch with a great retro look to it and very functional, this is the watch for you. Also have in mind that this watch is an old model that probably wont be around for much longer. I am thinking about purchasing the gold tone, its unique!
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Allan H. Loehndorf on January 5, 2011
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    I have had two Casio calculator watches before this one. It is nicer looking, has a stainless steel band as opposed to the plastic ones, and the key pad is less obtrusive. I would buy this watch again if the need ever arose. Very pleased with it.
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    10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By R. Lemieux on June 14, 2007
    Over the last 20+ years I have owned two (or was it three?) of these watches, which are now officially discontinued but still available. A current replacement model is the DBC-310, and I just bought one of those. Other similar models are the DBC-150 and DBC-1500. Some aspects of the newer models are improvements, but others are not. Here's the scoop:

    DBC-610 pros:
    1. The viewing angle of the LCD is better. With the new one I have to rotate my wrist a little too far to see the characters properly.
    2. I like the stainless steel wrist band and hinged latch of this model. The new model has a resin (plastic) band. It does feel good on my hand, but the standard buckle is a step backward.
    3. This case is more angular and slightly smaller in all dimensions than the new one, and I prefer its clean, sleek lines. I also don't like the narrow spacing of the outer two columns of buttons on the new model. That looks like a design mistake.

    DBC-610 cons:
    1. The backlight has always been rather feeble, and no longer works at all. The new backlight is much better looking, and should require less power to operate.
    2. User data is lost when the battery is removed. The new model has EEPROM memory, which retains data even without a battery.
    3. The new model has more data storage (room for 300 entries vs. 50) and improved functions such as search capability.
    4. With some of the controls it's too easy to accidentally press a button and change a setting. The new model has better implementation of controls, which helps avoid this.
    5. The case of this model is metal-plated plastic. The plating always wears off eventually, leaving parts of the underlying plastic exposed. The new model has a black plastic case that will probably look better longer.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BO on November 3, 2010
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    Great buy, Just what I wanted in a watch and able to put all phone numbers for family and friends. Easy to input data. I've been buying Casio for years and never disappointed! Great buy!
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MJIrvin on April 9, 2011
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    I love this timepiece (it's more than a watch). It's the third one I've owned. Casio makes great...uhh...chronographs. I've snagged the watchband on some immoveable object and had the case break where the watchband pins connect, thus my needing a replacement. This one is a bit dated, but it's thin, functional, and looks good.
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