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Push the light button once and it stays on for two seconds to backlight the display, or keep the button depressed and and the light will stay on till released
Tall Tom
· December 13, 2014
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Yes, it can. But the Casio band that fits it costs $17.00 on Amazon. If your watch is 30 years old, I suggest spending about twenty dollars more for a new one.
Sekitori
· December 20, 2016
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My Casio G-Shock DW5600 looses ~20 seconds in a month's time, totaling up to roughly 4 minutes a year. Anyone considering purchasing this watch should just go ahead and get one. You won't be dissapointed.
Brian
· January 5, 2020
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Yes it is. I bought my DW5600E here from Amazon in 2014 and the watch came with the new 3229 module. Great watch!
Yann
· April 29, 2015
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the case is resin and the spring rods are not
Casio Support
Manufacturer · February 13, 2018
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Materials are from Japan then the watches are assembled in China or Thailand that's why you can see at the back of the watch “Made in China”
Princeton Watches
Seller · April 2, 2018
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Yes, single alarm but it does. You can only set one alarm per day at a certain time.
Alfonso Carvallo
· November 25, 2017
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If you are handy and have worked with watches before, then you can probably go ahead and do the change. This is not a simple screw or pry off the back, battery-out, battery-in procedure. There is a bit more to it, including re-starting the watch after changing the battery. There are plenty of YouTube videos online t… see more If you are handy and have worked with watches before, then you can probably go ahead and do the change. This is not a simple screw or pry off the back, battery-out, battery-in procedure. There is a bit more to it, including re-starting the watch after changing the battery. There are plenty of YouTube videos online to guide you.
Alternatively, if you are not confident, a professional should charge no more than 10 bucks including the battery...once every 2-3 years (which adds up over the lifetime of the watch)..
I would say try it. Likely you will be successful, but you can always take it to a watch repair if things do not work out. see less
If you are handy and have worked with watches before, then you can probably go ahead and do the change. This is not a simple screw or pry off the back, battery-out, battery-in procedure. There is a bit more to it, including re-starting the watch after changing the battery. There are plenty of YouTube videos online to guide you.
Alternatively, if you are not confident, a professional should charge no more than 10 bucks including the battery...once every 2-3 years (which adds up over the lifetime of the watch)..
I would say try it. Likely you will be successful, but you can always take it to a watch repair if things do not work out.

don
· June 26, 2018
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I tried looking up these other brands and they looked the same, and I suspect are just labeled slightly different by different distributors. I did see "CASIO" on all of them so I would say they are all made by the same company. I would however trust a straight up "CASIO" over the "Fox Fire" or "Illuminator" brands.
Eratix
· January 5, 2020
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This watch cannot be worn upside down (ie the watch cannot be worn in a way that the screen will face your skin).
Andreas
· January 18, 2018