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Casio #DBC150-1 Men's Telememo Calculator Watch
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Casio #DBC150-1 Men's Telememo Calculator Watch



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This 150-page databank watch makes it easy to keep important information within reach. World time capability gives you the peace of mind that you'll always know what time it is, even if you've travelled halfway around the world. All of this and the 8-digit calculator make you feel like you've taken an assistant with you on the road


150 Page Databank (8 letters and 12 numerals per page)

EEPROM memory protection, 8-Digit Calculator, EL Backlight with Afterglow

World Time, Daily Alarm, Countdown Timer, 1/100 second stopwatch

Hourly Time Signal , Auto Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2094)

12/24 Hour Formats , Battery CR2016, Approx. battery life: 2 years

Product Details:
Package Length: 4.8 inches
Package Width: 3.1 inches
Package Height: 3.0 inches
Package Weight: 0.25 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 82 reviews
Watch Information:
Crystal Material: Mineral
Clasp: Buckle
Case Diameter: 35 mm
Case Thickness: 10 mm
Case Material: Resin
Band Material: Resin
Bezel Material: Resin
Dial Color: black
Movement: Quartz
Calendar: date-and-month
Water Resistance Depth: 0 feet
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 82 customer reviews )
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76 of 76 found the following review helpful:

4Walks the Walk and Talks the TalkDec 04, 2003
By Gabe
I've had a similar Casio model for years (Databank 150), and after it finally broke down, I purchased this one. It is solid as a rock.
The features are un-rivaled by any other watch: I do standard calculations anywhere with the calculator function, and never have to flip through the phonebook while I'm looking for the numbers of various business contacts. On top of this, I'm never late for anything anymore, because of the brilliant schedule function. Not to mention this watch has all the normal features of a standard digital watch.
**BIG BONUS: The "light" button, which also puts the alarm to sleep, is HUGE and EXTREMELY easy to press! It makes it easy to light the watch up and stop the alarm, especially in dark conditions.**
Well, there are a few problems. The buttons are a little to small. I occasionally make a mistake when entering in a phone number or a calculation on the calculator.
-Telephone Address Book
-Memo/Note Pad
-BIG Light Button
-All the other standard digital watch functions (stopwatch, alarm, etc...)
-Easy to use
-Not too big, fits nicely on wrist
-Buttons slightly too small - still can enter in data flawlessly 85% of the time.

32 of 32 found the following review helpful:

5Databank DBC-150 - is there a better watch?Jan 31, 2007
By TradeRVA "Trade RVA"
This watch is about the cheapest high-utility watch available. I bought one of the first Databank watches in 1984 and it lasted 13 or 14 years (yes, I'm an ultrageek) then a broken key forced me to update to the DBC-150. Except that the band breaks every 1-2 years from drying out (replace with Timex TX22G3 band ~$8), I can't recommend a better watch.

-Main clock
-stopwatch to 23h59m
-countdown timer from up to 23h59m w/ autorepeat function
-4-function calculator with single memory
-150 memory memo each with 8 alphanumeric + 12 numeric per memory (a little tedious to create a memo but no more than any other watch)
-one general alarm
-alarmed scheduler (12 alphanumberic event name, trigger date/time) with memory shared with memory (e.g. if you have 50 memos, you can have 100 scheduled titled alarms)
-26 zone world-time with dual-display; can be set independent of the main clock (dual display of main clock and world-time - one look while traveling keeps you time oriented)
-illuminator total back-light (doubles as a flashlight in extreme darkness)

Beware that this watch takes a 22mm replacement band but not all 22mm bands will work - the axle cowling of the watch body allows only a band with thin axle loops which are uncommon with most replacement sport bands. Department stores tends to be sold out so if you want to buy mail-order, be sure to get a Timex TX22G3 ($8) or the DB series black-resin band from Casio (usually $15-$25).

14 of 15 found the following review helpful:

5top notch for functionality & valueOct 11, 2004
By B. Dirks "cabinet builder"
I have had this unit's previous model, the DBC-150, for about 5 years. I am not easy on watches, this watch has been worn swimming, biking, construction work, I now build cabinetry and use the calculator all the time for quick calculations. If I'm with a customer and they give me a phone # when my laptop isn't turned on, I simply punch 2 buttons then enter in the phone # for later viewing, if I want to make multiple scedules and be reminded at a certian time, no problem. For the money, I haven't found a better watch for me. I will tell you that I don't think it looks nice enough to wear to church, I wear a less functional but nicer looking watch for that!

10 of 10 found the following review helpful:

4great watchMay 09, 2005
By Amazon Customer
I've used these watches for 10+ years (the current one for at least 5 years) and have never had a problem with one other than that the watch band tends to rip after a few years and it can be hard to find one that fits it. I haven't had a problem getting the battery replaced--my current watch had the battery changed two years ago with no problems and no data lost. Entering data is easy, the numbers haven't worn off, and the backlight (and everything else) still works great. These watches are very convenient for keeping a schedule (like remembering lunch meetings or mom's birthday) and for doing quick math on the run. Great watch!

6 of 6 found the following review helpful:

2DB150 was much betterAug 04, 2008
By nunyabisness
I tried this watch as an alternative to the DB150's that I have used for years. I wanted the large database for phone numbers and thought the DBC150 would meet my needs although I didn't want the calculator. It didn't meet my needs because the display was too small which made the numbers very hard to read. I returned this and tried the EDB610 which has a goofy blue display that makes the info hard to read. I returned that and dropped back to the DB-36 which has less storage but at least I can read the data.
DB-150 had a great display and was easy to read. Bummer that they've been discontinued.

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