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[Amazon Canada] Casio Classic Digital Watch Sale - $11 and $14 - Lowest Prices Ever

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[Amazon Canada] Casio Classic Digital Watch Sale - $11 and $14 - Lowest Prices Ever

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I felt I should post these, they are the classic Casio digital watches, they are on sale, and at the lowest prices of the year. Get them while they are hot.

Casio F91W $11
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B000GAWSDG/
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Casio A158W-1 $14
This one is made of metal (and always has been). There is some misinformation further down the thread so I decided to clarify it up here.
https://www.amazon.ca/Casio-A158W-1-Cla ... B000GAYQJ0
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Even Obama wore this watch. Stylish!
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For those who are not familiar with these classic timeless Casio watches here is a well written review: https://watchesyoucanafford.com/the-ven ... the-world/

You really can't go wrong with both of these classic Casio watches.

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Got more Classic Casio styles here, nearly 50% off:

$13 Blue: https://www.amazon.ca/Casio-Classic-Dig ... 0053HDR78/

$16 White: https://www.amazon.ca/Casio-F-108WHC-7A ... 00A2UCZC4/

$14 W59-1V: https://www.amazon.ca/Casio-Classic-Dig ... 792252916/

$21 Gold/Metal braclet: https://www.amazon.ca/Casio-Casual-Clas ... B005JVP2NU
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I have the A158 and the A168. They are both quite small and lightweight but the A158 is tiny. But that's the look of the watch, so that's something for the buyer to be aware of.

The A168W is not on sale ($36.48)

More notably though is that the A158 uses a tiny orange/yellow LED for lighting, while the A168 uses an electroluminescent panel, so it's much more visible. For this reason, I wear the A168 exclusively now. I love both for the "camp"/retro factor.
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I love these types of watches. I still have a similarly styled Seiko from the 80s which was my first "grown up" watch.

Interestingly, the F91W is a watch with a bit of a notorious past that could get you noticed by the authorities! http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-13194733
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How long does the battery last and how much does it cost?
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WOW buy now think later Face With Tears Of Joy
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delldeals8 wrote:
Nov 17th, 2017 11:39 am
How long does the battery last and how much does it cost?
Lasts 10 years and costs ~$3
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delldeals8 wrote:
Nov 17th, 2017 11:39 am
How long does the battery last and how much does it cost?
I have had two of the A158W. The first one got the loose and the pin to hold the metal belt is gone after more than 8 years and it's still running sitting on the desk. I bought a replacement at Zellers and no problem on the batteries. I believe it can last at least 10 years or more.

The only weakness of the watch is the backlit feature is almost useless, not bright enough to see the time at night.
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herble wrote:
Nov 17th, 2017 11:54 am
Lasts 10 years and costs ~$3
Wow, that's pretty pricey for something that only lasts 10 years.
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The Casio Men's A158W-1 Classic Digital Stainless Steel Bracelet Watch is $19.99?
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Thanks OP, bought one due to price and long battery life!
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If you just want a cheap watch to wear for sports and recreational activities like running or swimming, or perhaps for travel in places where wearing an expensive watch is not a good idea, these are great.

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