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Casio W-219H-1AVEF
Casio W-219H-1AVEF.

Casio W-219H-1AVEF

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An affordable basic wristwatch with a round shape reminiscent of the DW-6600 used by Navy Seals. The W-219H isn't special when it comes to the price or features but the battery lasts longer than usual.

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An affordable basic wristwatch with a round shape reminiscent of the DW-6600 used by Navy Seals. The W-219H isn't special when it comes to the price or features but the battery lasts longer than usual.

The suffix 1AVEF means the color code (1 for Black, A means a normal positive display), and VEF denotes export models. The various regions are most often just packaged a bit differently, and the manual language varies.

Technical Specs

Casio wristwatches have so much in common that finding the right one for you may be difficult. Here are some simple facts:

  • Width: 47.0 mm
  • Height: 48.1 mm
  • Thickness: 13.9 mm
  • Weight: 40 g
  • Battery / Life: CR2016 / 7 years
  • Water Resistance: 5 BAR / 50 m
  • Made in China
  • Module: 3224


The W-219H has no distinct features; all other watches have at least these (usually better):


Stopwatch with 1/100th precision to 60 minutes only (most others measure up to 24 hours at least). Displays elapsed time and can be toggled for split times and 1st and 2nd places.

The split time in Casio watches means freezing the elapsed time on the screen while the stopwatch keeps running in the background. E.G. if you run 1:36 laps with a steady pace, your first split time will be 1:36, the second one 3:12, then 4:48, and so on.

Alarm Clock / Hourly Signals

You can set hourly time signals on or off, and one daily alarm.

Somewhat automatic calendar

Most modern watches have a fully automatic calendar for decades to come. This one is smart enough to know that February has 28 days. As all months do, when you think about it, but February has just 28 days. Except on leap years.

Check the date sometime.


A single amber LED lights up the left side of the display. Higher-end models of today have something they call the Super Illuminati. You can make do with this one, it's a bit better than the old green ones.

Made by Casio

The first invention by Tadao Kashio was the yubiwa pipe: a ring that allows you to smoke a cigarette hands-free and all the way to the end. Tobacco was expensive in war-torn Japan (because WWII), and people had their hands full of work, so this was exactly what the market wanted. With the profits from the pipe, Kashio could fund the development of Casio's first electro-mechanical calculator.

High intelligence and flair for business combined with this sort of diligence could not have led to anything but the success Casio has achieved. The company has been the first mover too many times to mention. Let's skip the list this time.

Being the first mover has not sacrificed quality: many people still use Casio wristwatches they bought 40 years ago, and they have gained the trust of NASA, numerous special (and non-special) forces, law enforcement, paramedics, and so on. Another long list. The TL;DR is that all of these are damn good, pick any one you like!

All products: Casio


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