Casio Caballero WV200DA-1A Multi-Task Gear Waveceptor Sports Reloj

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Información Del Reloj
Marca Casio
Modelo WV200DA-1A
Referencia del fabricante WV200DA-1A
Año del modelo 2013
Forma del producto Redondo
Tipo de cristal del dial Mineral
Visualización digital
Tipo de cierre Cierre plegado con doble pulsador de seguridad
Material de la caja Acero inoxidable
Diámetro de la caja 47.7 milímetros
Grosor de la caja 15.2 milímetros
Material de la correa Acero inoxidable
Longitud de la correa Hombres estándar
Anchura de la correa 26.6 milímetros
Color de la correa Plateado
Color del dial Digital
Calendario Día, fecha y mes
Características especiales Alarma
Movimiento Cuarzo
Tipo de garantía Del fabricante y vendedor combinadas

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Casio Hombres #WV200DA-1AV


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7 de 7 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas better then I thought. - 2 Year Update - 23 de noviembre de 2013
Por Decker-150 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Have had the watch for months and it is still working great. Never have removed it have it on at work, showering, working with grease and other fun stuff. buttons still work great, battery is still kickn along have pretty much beat the crap out of it and it still looks almost like new. updates by its self, when the time chances happen its already chanced in the morning so its nice always knowing what time it is with out a doubt. Have a feeling its going to last me many happy years.

-2 Years Latter-

I have had been wearing this watch for over 2 years straight. I have it on all day and all night. It is still working on the same battery. I have it on every time I shower and has not shown signs of any water getting in behind the glass or in the watch itself. I have beat the crap out of this thing and it still looks good to me. I have started to look for a new watch but that's not because of anything wrong with this one its just time to upgrade. Photo attached it a photo of it more then 2 years old being on 24/7 365 days.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Money Wasted! 28 de diciembre de 2014
Por cheap_skate - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I have owned several Casio Watches over the years, I just had a MT-G fail after at least 8 years of service. The specs looked good on this one, had all the features I wanted but less cost than the G-Shock.

Had problems with the watch within the first month. The wrist band retaining pin came off one day and was very difficult to put back on, the rubber/plastic joint where the metal band meets the watch is not sturdy.

Next problem was the watch would start to reset itself with the push of buttons. I opened the watch to find that there was moisture getting past the seal,even though I have never submerged the watch only hand washing. I dried out the watch and it seemed to work fine for a while but then started randomly resetting itself when buttons were pushed.
I think that the problems with the reset and light not working are due to moisture getting into the watch. Just 8 months after buying the watch the display will no longer work. Battery is still good, light on watch illuminates, and it will beep when buttons are pressed.

Just replaced the watch with another G-Shock MT-G, wish I would have not wasted the $45 and just bought another G-Shock the first time.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good basic watch. 13 de octubre de 2016
Por lamplighter30 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is about the 3rd or 4th Casio watch I have owned, every other one had the black band, always wore them in the last notch, I have very large bones in my wrist, sometimes the black band was comfortable, other times it cut into my wrist and left a mark, the metal band on this watch is long enough, it comes set at the longest setting, quite comfortable.
Other than that, as with anything new, read the manual, read it a couple of times, better yet, download the manual from the Casio web site, makes it a lot easier to read and understand than the little manual they give you. Once you understand what button does what the entire set up becomes quite easy, you might have to leave it in a window for a couple of days, the receiving antenna is in the top part of the watch, the radio bands for the past few months have been terrible, ham radio is my hobby, some nights you can't hear anything on any band so have patience for the first couple of days, it will sync up.
I keep buying watches like this because I need a good, basic, watch, I do not have any use for all those extra fancy bells, gongs and whistles that the more expensive watches have, I do not fly, I do not dive, I do not travel that much anymore so I'm happy just knowing the time of where I'm at and I know GMT/Z/UTC is either 4 hours ahead during the summer or 5 hours in the winter.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great watch but band frustrated me 21 de septiembre de 2016
Por P Gleason - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I love the Casio Waveceptor watches. This is my third one. So why do I give this one only 4 stars? The answer has to do with the stainless steel band. While I like the band once I got it adjusted, I found that it was not an easy adjustment. My first Waveceptor also had a stainless band but I purchased it at a store that made the adjustment. My second one was the Casio WV200A-1AV which is identical to this model but has a black plastic band. Before making the adjustment I found a YouTube video that shows how to make the adjustment and it appeared to be easy. Also I had (or thought I had) exactly the right tools - small screw driver and a watch repair kit. However I found that none of my "jeweler" screw drivers would fit into the slot available for removing the link connector. I did finally find that one of my other screw drivers could be forced in. I eventually got the job done but not without a lot of frustration. My advice is to buy the Casio WV200A-1AV and not have to fool around with the stainless steel band adjustment (unless you have a very large wrist). By the way I am not normally unhandy or easily frustrated. I do most of my own repairs and handy man chores.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Casio Men's WV200DA-1A Multi-Task Gear Waveceptor Sports Watch 21 de febrero de 2014
Por MikeCG - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought this to replace an "old" (4-5 year old Waveceptor) that stopped working. The cost of most Casio Waveceptor watches is too low to warrant support, which explains the many complaints of poor to nonexistent support. As far as I'm concerned, live with it and when that watch stops working, replace it.

First, I live in the Chicago area and the Waveceptor to Ft. Collins, CO, which is about 1000 miles, works consistently. Can't vouch for longer distances, or, for that matter, any other locations; interference may affect your nightly setting ability.

Second, the size of the watch is quite large. The measurement displayed in the Amazon listing is accurate, but, as I said, it's a big watch, 2" in diameter and about .5" from wrist to crystal surface, but actual measurement. However, while the displayed information is complete, day, month and date (+ year), except for the time the numerals, are quite small and, for me, not easily read. So don't be surprised if the large watch diameter doesn't affect the readability of numerals, other than time.

Third, information on how to remove bracelet links is virtually non-existent. There are several YouTube videos that purport to demonstrate how to do it, but I could not remove the links even following those instructions. I finally took it to a local jeweler and had it fitted, but it cost $20, which is about half the $45 cost of the watch, Here are URLs for a couple of videos; there are others: (youtube.com/watch?v=NfxCJp9HyjM) (youtube.com/watch?v=3Pw4GykYV58) If URL doesn't print, try searching youtube for Casio 2784 Watch Band Link Removal. Bear in mind, however, that while the instructions were relatively clear, I couldn't get the links to come out. BTW, the video ending in the letter "M" begins with a demo of setting the adjustment that does not require removal of links, and then demos the link removal operation (which I couldn't accomplish). Also BTW, I was able to remove links on earlier Casio watches, so I'm not entirely inept; the links on this watch were just too tight.

All things considered, assuming the watch lasts the 4-5 years previous Casio Waveceptors have lasted, I will be happy. With the Smartphone makers, e.g., Apple, et al, coming out with more advanced "Dick Tracy" watches, what I will wind up replacing this watch with remains to be seen.

After about a month of use I am quite happy with the watch and would recommend it to a friend, subject to my above comments.

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