Casio Analog Digital Tough
Solar AQ-S810WC-3AVDF AQ-S810WC-3AV Men's Watch
Casio Analog Digital Tough Solar AQ-S810WC-3AVDF AQ-S810WC-3AV Men's Watch
Casio enjoys their well-earned reputation for offering a little more of everything, every time. Performance and technology merge to create sheer value for the money you spend; additionally, it lets you test the waters for the bigger, better stuff. This Casio Analog Digital Tough Solar is one accessory. It brings together good looks with functionality, with G-Shock inspired designs. It helps you check out for little if the costlier G-Shock is indeed your cup of tea or you’ll feel tied down with it on your wrist. The light weight means really don't allow you to feel the watch on the wrist at all but it assuring presence is signalled all the time.
There are a host of features to talk about in the Montre Casio G Shock AQ-S810WC-3AV. A 48-city world time instead of 28; a full auto-calendar programmed to run till year 2099, 5 customisable alarms, 12/24-hour format, 1/100th stopwatch, a dual countdown timer – they display digitally and are very handy to anyone who deals in time-bound targets. It, therefore, makes a versatile timepiece for almost any sports arena. It utilizes a self-charging Solar power system that has been designed in Casio’s own way. Its sporty, ana/digi appearance gives sumptuous hints of its functionalities.
This Casio men’s sports watch is oversized at 46mm across. A high-density polymer composite body houses a Tough Solar chronograph movement and roofed with a mineral crystal. Its rubber strap is body-coloured which brings a sharp, rugged and assertive contrast. It defines this watch as one designed for the rough and engineered for the rugged!
Among its other attractions, the Neobrite lume comes first; then, the 100-meter water resistance. Its LCD screen lights-up with a LED that can be programmed to glow for different lengths of time. Furthermore, this selectable illumination duration comes with an afterglow.
Its chronograph measures both elapsed and split time, so those who are into in to interval training shall benefit from alternating between the two different counts. Keeping the hourly time signal on is not a problem anymore unlike battery-powered quartz watches; still, there is a battery power indicator to show you the charging time. It’ll be helpful if you have the button operation tone on. However, the Power-Saving mode lets you stretch the spans between recharging times. The power saving feature partially shuts the watch down when it’ not in use, but when it wakes, it whirrs to the correct time the same way it happens after you set the time digitally.. This is also why you must keep the battery meter read high all the time. The battery can store 10 months worth of charge at a time and for 23 months if power-saving mode is on.