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The Lineage watches are solar powered and that makes the Battery Level Indicator particularly useful. Home > Miscellaneous > Watches > Casio Watches > Casio Radio Controlled LCW-M100TSE-1AJF Watch Manual Casio Radio Controlled LCW-M100TSE-1AJF Watch
I really like the white watch face...a lot...but wonder if it is 'too flashy' for the old guy that I am .If a battery arrives at mid power (or even low), have no fear, they can easily be brought right up to high with a good 1-2 day sun bath. This one is for a relative as a gift, but I want one myself now, this gave me a chance to try it out. The only considerations I have now are: In Time Mode, you can set the display to display the Day/Date, digital seconds or digital time (hour:minutes). Otherwise, you’re looking at a digital stopwatch, countdown timer, world time or one of five alarms. Nailed it!
The solid titanium housing is particularly impressive in its design; it is corrosion resistant and its skin-friendly qualities make it suitable for those with allergies. Your view on the 'wearability' advantages of the M100 (due to lug differences and band flexibility etc.) tips it, for me (I think!) in the direction of the M100. Replacing batteries a simple affair (4 screws), obtaining battery easy also, CTL1616 if memory serves.I may even begin considering purchasing another Lineage (for a total of two) and a similar set of questions presents itself when comparing the M300 and M600 series of Casio watches (all of which are steel with no titanium options...is that right?). I must say that no photo I have seen of the Casio Lineage series gives full justice to the beauty of these watches. Unlike most all-metal watches at this price point, the Casio Lineage LCW-M510D feels surprisingly robust. The three pushers push with authority, with no play or slop to ruin the impression. The Lineage isn’t as adamantine as the entry-level Casio Oceanus– which costs twice as much – but it’s closer to reassuringly solid than worryingly flimsy.