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- Ladies Multi-Band 2 (US, Japan) Tough Solar Power
- 1/20 Sec Chronograph, Dual Time, daily alarm
- Sapphire crystal, Power Saving Function
- 50 Meter Water Resistance
- Water resistant to 165 feet (50 M): suitable for swimming and showering
Stainless steel case with a steel link bracelet. White dial with silver-tone luminous hands and stick hour markers. Chronograph - three sub-dials. 1/20 second chronograph. Date display at the 4 o'clock position. Daily alarm. Atomic timekeeping. Solar powered suartz movement. Scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Case diameter: 36 mm. Case thickness: 10 mm. Water resistant up to 50 meters (165 feet). Casio Oceanus White Chronograph Mens Watch OCW10DA-1A
The Oceanus Women's Atomic Chronograph Watch offers a luxurious combination of sleek, feminine style and cutting edge technology. Featuring multi-band Atomic timekeeping, solar power, and analog-quartz movement, this watch receives calibration radio signals to ensure an accurate time display. Five motors control different movements on its face, which is protected by a sapphire crystal. With a white dial, three hands, stick indices on each hour, small Arabic numerals marking 15-second intervals, three subdials and a convenient date window at four o'clock, this chronograph combines fashion and function in one chic accessory. Its case, stationary bezel, and band with fold-over-clasp and double-push-button safety are all precision crafted from stainless steel. Unique textured accents on the bracelet band add a distinctive touch to this timepiece, which is water resistant to 165 feet.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 5.2 x 4.7 x 4.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- ASIN: B001ANR6H6
- Item model number: OCW10DA-7AV
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 21, 2008
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Oceanus|
|Dial window material type||Scratch resistant sapphire|
|Clasp||Fold-Over Clasp with Double Push-Button Safety|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||35.2 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||10 millimeters|
|Band Material||Stainless steel|
|Band width||18 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Special features||Dual time display|
|Water resistant depth||165 Feet|
Top customer reviews
It would be impossible for me to memorize how to conduct simple operations, like changing the time, date or time zone. Every change requires putting the watch into a new "mode" ("alarm mode," for example) and then manipulating the hands using the four buttons on the outside of the watch. The problem is that there are several modes and, in each one, the functions of the four buttons are usually different.
In addition, the instructions aren't very clear. For example, to enter one mode, you have to hold down the top left button "for about five seconds. This will cause the stopwatch second hand to move to the [current time zone]. This is the setting mode." From that point, you are supposed to use two other buttons to change the hands of the watch. Unfortunately, the instructions aren't complete. You not only have to hold down the top left button "for about five seconds" until the stopwatch second hand moves to the current time zone...you must then KEEP holding it in for a few more seconds until one of the sub-dials starts spinning. This isn't indicated anywhere in their instructions; I figured it out by watching a video and noticing the sub-dial spinning.
You have to figure out what the watch is doing by looking at where the second hand is point and reading tiny, super-light gray markings on the watch face. Plus, you have to listen for beeps. Unfortunately, the watch manufacturer decided to include functions like a stopwatch (I would bet my life that no one will EVER use this watch as a stop watch -- at least, not more than once), dual time zones, and more, all of which simply complicate the watch. It is the classic case of an over-engineered product that winds up becoming almost impenetrable to the regular user.
On top of all that, the watch quit keeping time a couple of days ago. I'm not going to mark it down any more for that until I figure out what's going wrong, but that could turn out to the the end of the road for this watch.
On the plus side, it appears to be well-made and when everything is working, it's effortlessly accurate. But it is absolutely not worth the hassles and effort; replacing a battery every year or two is vastly better than this overly-complex, nightmarish device.