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Casio Men's Wave Ceptor Watch FTW100D-7V


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  • Mens Forester Atomic Solar 100m Ss Bracelet With

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Casio
Model number FTW-100D-7V
Part Number FTW100D-7V
Item Shape Oval
Dial window material type Quartz
Display Type Analog
Clasp Deployment Buckle
Case material Stainless steel
Case diameter 5.1 centimeters
Case Thickness 13 millimeters
Band Material Metal
Band length 2
Band width 2 inches
Band Color Various
Dial color Black
Calendar Day and date
Special features Luminous
Item weight 2 Pounds
Movement analog/digital
Warranty type 30 Days/1 year

Product Description

Mns Forester Atomic Solar 100m SS Brclt w/Sunrise/set Data 5 Alarms & Stopwatch

  • ASIN: B000MT81RI
  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Item model number: FTW-100D-7V
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In the future, I will only buy solar watches.
DigiSol
I love knowing that my watch is ALWAYS accurate to the second with regular synchronization to the Atomic Clock radio signal broadcast from Fort Collins, Colorado.
James Meeker
I also like the four alarms and the snooze feature.
Old Timer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By DigiSol on August 14, 2007
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Ordered the watch through Amazon via Chelsea Watch. Was shipped fast and was exactly as promised. Comes with a bracelet sized for an elephant's trunk so unless you are an elephant, removing links is in your future. Do yourself a favour. Take it to a jeweller as the pins have tiny, tiny retainers which you will lose.

The watch is a little on the light side, guess that's because the case is mostly plastic and the safety clasp is cheap but will last. I love the auto illumination feature which lights up the face when the watch is angled towards you. Gets the atomic time with no problem as long as it is near a window. No complaints, I wear this thing all the time now.

In the future, I will only buy solar watches. This is my second one and the first with the atomic time receiver.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By H. Robert Schroeder on April 12, 2008
This watch is exactly what I was looking for: automatic sync with NIST, selected time zones, a stopwatch, all at an affordable price. It was very easy to set up, too. The tag "atomic" is misleading. NIST time transmitted over WWVB is based on an atomic time standard; however the watch itself is not atomic powered!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kdn on June 27, 2010
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I love and use every feature of the watch. The other reviews tell you how great most everything works. But many don't seem to use the solar bearing.

If you are a hiker, you may think, as I thought, that it would be a great feature to get a quick bearing without a compass. There's a straight-forward but non-trivial calculation to get the solar azimuth given the time of day and latitude and longitude. From the description of the watch, you would expect it to do that calculation.

However, it appears that the watch does _not_ do that calculation. It produces a linear result which is much too simple, and is off by nearly 40 degrees at certain times of day. It appears to get the azimuth closest near sunrise and sunset and noon, and is off most of the rest of the day.

I was quite disappointed when I found this out. If you never plan to use the solar bearing, you won't care a whit.

[Fortunately, I decided to test it out before hiking without a compass, and I happened to do it at a time that showed up the error very well.]

Here is an example, for a particular day, of the azimuth according to the watch and the correct azimuth from the US Naval Observatory, so you can see what I mean:

(Sorry, I can't format this properly. The last number on each line tells you the error.)

Time USNO azimuth Casio Forester bearing difference
04:00:00 AM 51.2 58 -6.8
05:00:00 AM 61 73 -12
06:00:00 AM 69.9 88 -18.1
07:00:00 AM 78.3 103 -24.7
08:00:00 AM 87 118 -31
09:00:00 AM 96.8 133 -36.2
10:00:00 AM 109.8 148 -38.2
11:00:00 AM 130.9 163 -32.1
12:00:00 PM 170.7 178 -7.3
01:00:00 PM 217.1 193 24.1
02:00:00 PM 243.8 208 35.8
03:00:00 PM 258.9 223 35.9
04:00:00 PM 269.6 238 31.6
05:00:00 PM 278.5 253 25.5
06:00:00 PM 286.9 268 18.9
07:00:00 PM 295.6 283 12.6
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Old Timer on September 24, 2008
This watch is actually better than I thought it would be. One nice feature is the auto-light feature at night. While in a dark environment, you simply lift your wrist to view your watch and the light comes automatically. I have no idea how it works but it is my favorite feature. I've had so many watches in the years past but this one is the best ever. I will never have to worry about the battery wearing out or the time being incorrect. The instructions tell you to lay the watch by a window at night so it can sync up with the atomic clock signal. I have never done this. I wear it in bed every night and it syncs every night without a problem. I live in St. Louis, MO so my signal must be pretty strong. The watch is bigger than I originally wanted but I am already used to it. I also like the four alarms and the snooze feature. I am so glad I bought this watch. PS The band had to be resized and I brought it to a mall for resizing. The first place I brought it to the guy refused to even try so I took it to a jeweler and they resized it. It took the person a long time and in the end, the pins that hold the links together kept sliding out. I would continue to push them back in all day until I put a very small drop of gorilla glue on the tip of each and now they stay in. Buy this watch! I hope you like it as much as I do.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David Peter on June 29, 2008
Radio controlled calibration calibrates the time nearly every night (some nights it does not get a signal, but the next night always works), so the time is always right. The battery is solar charged (technically, if it was solar POWERED you would not have any power if there was not enough sunlight). It has 4 daily alarms, but only one has a snooze on it. It also has no countdown timer. It will give you sunrise and sunset times every day of the year, once you enter your time zone and latitude and longitude. Entering the time zone requires you to enter the appropriate city from a list, rather than the actual time zone. It will also tell you what direction you are going using the solar azimuth. This only works if you can see the sun. BOO! A digital compass would do this much more effectively.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steven L. Watkins on May 29, 2008
I am very happy with this watch. In Central Texas it is able to reliably resync at night without even taking it off. When I first received it the battery was not fully charged, but a few hours of sunshine fixed that and it has remained fully charged with my normal daily (mostly indoor) routine. I have found the sunrise/sunset time estimates (rounded to 5 minute intervals) to be useful and I am very happy with the multiple alarms. My only remaining concern it the ease of changing time zones when I travel.
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