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Casio #DBC610A-1A Men's Vintage Stainless Steel Band 50 Telememo Calculator Watch
Old school type calculator/databank from Casio which is very retro in design. First introduced in the late 1980s, this watch continues in production with the only change being a switch from orange to green nightlight of the old side lit variety. Great for those who prefer the old designs to the new!
Data bank Memory capacity: Up to 50 sets of data, with 8-character name and 15-digit telephone number
8-digit calculator Calculation modes: Arithmetic operations and currency conversion
Regular timekeeping: Hour, minutes, seconds, am/pm, year, month, date, day
Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
Multi-function alarms,Hourly time signal,12/24-hour format,Auto-calendar (to year 2099),world time
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11 of 11 found the following review helpful:
my favorite casioJun 14, 2010
By gustavo peña
This watch is a beautiful piece of design. The typography also is very small and well place.
I would love to see this design with at least 300page data-bank, blue iluminator and memory protection. All the thins the "DBC310-1 Databank 300" has but sadly the later is not as good looking as this vintage design.
My cellphone has died several times and this watch has same me from trouble because of the telememo. Thanks casio don't you dare stop making this little gem just improve the inside and let the design alone because some thins don't need to changed when they are perfect.
14 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Looking for Dual TimeJul 31, 2010
By Lavin J. Morar
I travel a lot and I am using THIS watch for the last 15 years. One press of a button takes
you to the country or the time zone you are in. No need to adjust frequently. It is pre programmed for
All the time zones of the world and it is indicated by the first three alphabets of the country which is also
the time zone. One Batt lasts for at least 3-4 year. I sweat a lot and that corroded the bracelet so I had to replace with
a new one. I was glad I found one.
26 of 32 found the following review helpful:
Good Watch, ButAug 26, 2007
By Wallace F. Werner
I have owned casio watches for about 35 years. They like all things get cheaper. The good points on this watch are, the 5 alarms, the spacious data storage, and the time accuracy. I need the alarms to help me remember when to take my blood pressure meds. They use to make the data bank without the calculator with 5 alarms that held 50 data numbers. That's what I had before this one. I really didn't want the calculator. The bad point is the watch case and band connection points are made of plastic. I play golf and like to leave my watch on. The watch band broke off after having it for about 6 months. Lucky thing for super glue. That's how I repaired it. My watch before this one broke in the same place where the pin sticks into the watch case my super glue didn't work good on it that's why I bought this watch.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Scrumptious 1980s goodness!Feb 21, 2015
By Amazon Customer
I love this watch! The light sucks, because there was no indi-glo back then, but that just adds to the charm. Somehow my sausage size fingers have no problem pushing these tiny little buttons. I just got through setting to watch which involves using the buttons on the keypad and I had no problems at all. Even at the age of 47!
Seriously, when I bought this watch I bought it out of sheer nostalgia. I didn't expect to actually find it useful. However, somehow having all those appointments on my wrist instead of having to search for them on my phone is so much more convenient! I had a databank when I was in high school and even though it was the black plastic one who's been kept breaking on me I loved it! This one is no different even though it's metal, it's not thick and heavy like I expected it to be! it's light, it looks great on my wrist, and it's the only thing from high school that still fits me. It's tubular to the max!
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Perfect!!!!!Jan 23, 2015
Watch came with everything you would expect if purchased from any other reputable dealer, Casio box. Plastic wrap, tags, manuals and of course the amazing watch itself! These watches were introduced in 1985 so the look is very retro, it's small on my wrist but still looks awesome, so light weight I forget I'm wearing it! One of my favorite watches , been collecting for over a year now. Manual easily explains how to set time and everything else, there are dozens of videos to view on the net also. Buttons on calculator are small very hard to press them accurately, but if you are like me you are not buying this watch to calculate anything, just to look awesome and tell you the time. Satisfied 1000 percent! And as far as authenticity goes it has everything the real deal should have , serial numbers where they should be , quality of the band etc. Look no further
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