5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Does not keep time,
This review is from: Casio Women's LCF30-7B Tough Solar Ana-Digi Sport Watch (Watch)
I liked the way it looked and I really wanted it to work, but I had the exact same issues that many of the users had, starting from the first use and progressively getting worse until it stopped working altogether. It would go dark when there was insufficient light, then pop back to life with the right time, then once in a while (twice a week or so) it would just reset itself to Jan 1 2000 so the digital was wrong and the analog was correct.
I live in Miami and work outdoors so there is no way I was not getting enough sun to charge it. Very frustrating, became known among my co-workers as "mary's crappy solar watch" because it was so unreliable in the field. Not recommended. Lasted less than a year... Shows the time right now as 88:99. Yeah.
Update: I was reluctant to go solar again, but I got the Casio Women's LWS200H-8ACF Solar Runners 120-Lap Digital Sport Watch and it is FAR superior. No problems so far. Cheaper than the Ani-Digi but not as cute. Wins form over function, definitely recommend it over this piece of junk.