Casio hommes SPF40-1V Sea Pathfinder Tide Rights Watch
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|Numéro du modèle||SPF40-1V|
|Numéro de pièce||SPF40-1V|
|Diamètre du boîtier||5.1 centimètres|
|Epaisseur du boîtier||17 millimètres|
|Largeur du bracelet||24 millimètres|
|Caractéristiques spéciales||Quartz movement, Protective mineral crystal protects watch from sc, Case diameter: 51 mm, Resin case; grey dial, Water-resistant to 330 feet (100 M)|
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This Black Casio Sea Pathfinder helps map the conditions with its digital compass, thermometer and other useful tools. Features a Solar Triple Sensor and a resin band.Digital Compass.Measures and displays direction as one of 16 points. Measuring range: 0 to 359.Measuring unit: 1. Bi-directional calibration and northerly. calibration function. Barometer. Display range: 260 to 1,100 hPa/mb (7.65 to 32.45 inHg). Display unit: 1 hPa/mb (0.05 inHg). Atmospheric pressure tendency graph. *Changeover between hPa and inHg. Thermometer. Display range: -10 to 60ï¿œC (14 to 140ï¿œF). Display unit: 0.1ï¿œC (0.2ï¿œF). *Changeover between Celsius (ï¿œC) and Fahrenheit (ï¿œF). Tide Graph. Moon Data (moon age and graph). 100M Water Resistant. Low-temperature resistant(-10ï¿œC /140ï¿œF). Auto EL Backlight with Afterglow. Duplex LCD Display. 5 Daily Alarms. Countdown Yacht Timer. Input range: 1 second to 60 minutes.Measuring Unit: 1 second.Auto-repeat Function. With repeat timing, stopwatch automatically starts when countdown is complete. 1-second stopwatch operation when started from the 0 ï¿œ00 ï¿œ display.Measuring capacity: 99:59'59. Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times. Hourly Time Signal. Auto Calendar (Pre-programmed until the year 2039). 12/24 Hour Formats. Approx. Battery Life: 2 years on SR927W ï¿œ 4. Module 2273.
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The battery life was very short - 18 months. (for some reason I thought this watch had solar recharging, but clearly it doesn't. That's my fault and I'll read more closely next time.)
Regarding the battery replacement: I'm a pretty handy guy, and I even have a watch servicing kit, but this task was too much for me. Opening the case was no problem, but I could not figure out how to move the electrical contacts off the four batteries in order to replace them. I looked and looked, but I knew I'd end up damaging something, so I didn't go further. There's also a note inside the case that says something to the effect of, "after battery replacement, short the AC contacts with tweezers." I don't know that I'd want to start "shorting" contacts inside the watch in the hopes of finding the AC contacts, so I stopped and put it back together. Some things are better left to professionals. But that brings up the next problem:
Replacing the four batteries at CasioRepair was going to be $40.20. (an initial $15.95, plus $18.00 for the 3 extra batteries, plus $6.25 return postage.) Then add the postage to send the watch to the repair facility and you're talking about $45 total. That's a lot of money to spend replacing the batteries on a $100 watch. And if I've got to do this every 18 months, well, that's ridiculous!
I haven't decided what to do, yet.
I took the plunge and decided to replace the batteries myself. Taking my time it took about 25 minutes and I didn't break it. Amazing!
I ordered the batteries here on Amazon from SwatchBattery. $4.89 for 5 batteries (even though I only needed 4). Free shipping and they arrived in 3-days. Very cool!
The hardest part of changing the batteries was removing the battery retaining clips. I used a Snap-On curved pick (Snap-On #3ASH45A) to pop the retaining clip on each. It took about 20 seconds for all four clips. The batteries pulled right out with just a little effort.
Using some surgical gloves to protect the new batteries, I put each in place and then replaced the retaining clips. That part was real easy.
Next came shorting the AC contacts to reset the watch. Using a magnifying glass I found the pointer indicating the way to the AC contact. Using a pair of metal pointed tweezers I bridged one of the AC contacts to the metal back (about 5mm away from the AC contact). A big smile on my face when I saw "12:00" on the watch.
I double-checked the rubber gasket and then reassembled the watch. That's it. $4.89 and a little bit of patience. Good as new.