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Casio STR300 60lap Sport Running Watch

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  • Lightweight running watch in resin featuring auto LED light, four daily alarms, and stopwatch with 60 lap memory
  • Japanese quartz movement with digital display
  • Mineral crystal dial window
  • Features pace signal, distance calculation, and buckle closure
  • Water resistant to 50 m (165 ft)
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The Casio STR300 Running watch has a 10 Year Battery, the STR300 Runner Series is not only powerful; it's also eco-friendly too. This long lasting power will translate into years of reliable training data. With a front-button activated 1/100 Second Stopwatch with 60-Lap Memory, Pace Signal and Distance Calculation, you won't want to leave for your next run without it.1/100 Second Stopwatch Measuring Units: 1/100 Second (Lower Display for the first 60 Minutes, Center Display for the first 10 Hours), 1 Second (Lower Display after 60 Minutes, Center Display after 10 Hours); 0.1 Mile or Kilometer Measuring Capacity: 99:59'59"; 99.9 Miles or Kilometers (Total Distance Covered) Measuring Modes: Elapsed Time, Lap/Split Time Memory Capacity: Up to 61 Lap/Split Numbers and Times; Total Distance Covered.Measuring Units: 1/100 Second.(Lower Display for the first 60 Minutes, Center Display for the first 10 Hours),.1 Second (Lower Display after 60 Minutes, Center Display after 10 Hours); 0.1 Mile or Kilometer.Measuring Capacity: 99:59'59"; 99.9 Miles or Kilometers.(Total Distance Covered).Measuring Modes: Elapsed Time, Lap/Split Time.Memory Capacity: Up to 61 Lap/Split Numbers and Times; Total Distance Covered.Input Data: Stride Length 40 to 190cm (16 to 76 inches).Pace Signal.Countdown Timer Measuring Unit: 1 Second Countdown Range: 1 Minute to 100 Hours Other: Auto-repeat Function.Measuring Unit: 1 Second.Countdown Range: 1 Minute to 100 Hours.Other: Auto-repeat Function.Full Auto-calendar (Pre-programmed until the year 2039).12/24 Hour Formats.Battery: CR2025.Approximate Battery Life: 10 Years..

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (597 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to figure out how to set.
lcdd5623
It has a stopwatch, a countdown timer, and alarm- all with easy to use buttons.
Maxine Roman
I don't have a big wrist and this watch is just the perfect size for me!
katanacio

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

72 of 76 people found the following review helpful By BalboaMom on December 5, 2011
Color Name: Black & Pink Verified Purchase
I wanted several features in a watch:
->Countdown timer
->stopwatch
->easy to read numbers w/o my readers
->water proof/resistant for swimming
-> under $50

This watch met all of my requirements and then some. I uses the countdown timer to make sure that I don't sit at my desk too long. I like that it is very easy and intuitive to set and has the automatic repeat option so I don't wait to start it again - much better for my productivity. The stopwatch is good, but I agree with the other review saying it would be nice to have the buttons on the side. I keep inadvertently hitting the lap button.

I've only had to go back to the instructions 2x. for a sports watch, of which I have had many, this is very intuitive.
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50 of 55 people found the following review helpful By aj on July 6, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
For about $24, you get a decent watch that can record up to 60 splits.

For watches I've owned in the past, I had to delete old timing logs to make space for new ones. I prefer the way the STR300 works and allows you to delete individual logs, or it simply deletes the oldest log to make room for newest timing measurements. I no longer waste time deleting old logs.

I like how there are 5 alarm time settings. Depending on my morning activities I need to wake up at different times. With this watch I don't need to constantly adjust the alarm time back and forth. I just turn in the one out of five available alarm times that suits my needs.

I think that the distance measuring feature is kind of silly. You have to keep pace with a beep on an interval you set, and you have to match your average stride length with a stride length you enter. I don't think this is a useful feature.

The Timex Indiglo lighting makes the Timex watches easier to read than the Casio STR300 with its LED backlight.

I've been wearing my STR300 while I swim and haven't had any issues.

I am happy with my purchase.
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By W. Bourret on December 16, 2012
Color Name: Black
I've had this watch for around 5-6 months. My previous watch, a Timex, lasted a few years but eventually died due to water seal failure. I can't yet comment on the long-term durability of this watch as I haven't used it much in water/outdoors. Anyway, here's the rundown:

Hardware

- Very cool, perhaps even futuristic-looking body and digits. Main reason why I bought it and I'm satisfied with it.
- Color is nice and looks almost identical to the picture, although the strap is slightly darker than shown.
- Strap is hard but not stiff. It takes a little getting used to and if worn super tight the buckle will bite into skin. So I wear it looser, and it doesn't usually slip.
- This is a small watch. Both the strap and face are small. I have a thin wrist so it fits me fine but adults with thicker wrists will have trouble keeping it on.
- Button placement is unconventional but I like it. My gripe with the buttons in that the top and bottom buttons -- start/stop and lap, respectively -- are difficult to push. These are used for other functions, namely cycling through hour/minute so it can be frustrating when setting alarms and such.
- The light is possibly my biggest gripe with the watch, second only to the buttons. It's an okay light -- kind of greenish -- but lasts for just two seconds... what!? Massive inconvenience when trying to set up a stopwatch or timer in a dark area. This would not be a good watch to get if you expect to use it in dark locations often.
- Good water-resistance, although testing was limited.

Software

- The watch display is broken into three compartments, designated by two horizontal blue lines. Check out the picture to see what I'm talking about.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By MeaganEmily on May 19, 2014
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I lose my head when I forget my watch at home before work because I use the timer everyday. Its convenient and easy to use, especially when timing my swimmers. I also use the count-down-timer quite frequently, mostly for timing when my tea is done steeping. I'm a woman and I have a really small wrist (6" circumference) and its not overwhelming like some full sized watches, I do wear it on the first clasp hole though.
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45 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Mark Hay on December 13, 2006
Color Name: Black
I've used various pacer watches over the years, and Casio has by far more available than any other maker. I use it to keep my running at a pace I'm targeting as well as to measure the distance of a run if I'm on an unfamiliar route (or at an unmarked portion of a distance race). Previously owned the solar version of this same model, but the solar function began failing after a couple years (and after once losing it at my tennis club when the finder stashed it in a dark cabinet where it sat "lightless" for a couple weeks). This model is cheaper without the solar power and I expect it to be more dependable for that reason as well. Tremendous functionality and value.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Jodi on February 1, 2014
Color Name: Black & Pink Verified Purchase
Listen when I made this purchase I thought 1. Im getting a great deal ( for the price Im getting everything I was looking for)
I wanted the watch because I wanted to record my distance while I ran. Plus I wanted the stop watch. Well let me say for this watch you have to set your stride length the different menus on the watch were difficult to navigate and I just ended up getting frustrated with it. To find the distance calculator is a process. Really I just keep it now as a cheap work watch.....buy something else if your mainly looking for distance calculator. Hope this helps someone;)
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