Black with a big case, this watch can go anywhere with you thanks to its layers of protection!
The GA-400 series has a few different looks, including children’s multi coloured, but Casio knew that adults need to tell the time too, so they introduced the GA400-1B. This watch is completely black, with white numbers and a grey bezel. The hands are also a mixture of grey and white.
When you’re out, sometimes you can lose track of time. When it gets dark it’s usually quite hard to read the screen. That’s where the backlight comes in handy. Turn it on and the analogue hands light up. The hours look like they’ll pop out of the display so it’s easy to tell the time no matter how dark it is.
The GA400 series has lots of metal and mechanical parts. This would normally leave it vulnerable to any sort of magnetic waves (whether from microwaves or computers). That’s why Casio added a magnetic resistance component, so unless you are surrounded by magnets the watch shouldn’t malfunction.
If you like going swimming, one of the biggest problems is where to put your watch to make sure nobody steals it. Well with the 200m water resistance that is no longer a concern! Swim, dive and hop into the shower without needing to take off your GA400-1BD!
This is just a handful of features that the GA-400-1BDR has. For a complete list, scroll below.
- Mineral Glass
- Magnetic Resistant
- Shock Resistant
- 200-meter water resistance
- Case / bezel material: Resin
- Resin Band
- LED light
Auto light switch, selectable illumination duration (1.5 seconds or 3 seconds), afterglow
- World time
31 time zones (48 cities + coordinated universal time), one-touch UTC time zone, daylight saving on/off, Home city/World time city swapping
- 1/100-second stopwatch
Measuring capacity: 23:59'59.99''
Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time
- Countdown timer
Measuring unit: 1 second
Countdown range: 60 minutes
Countdown start time setting range: 1 minute to 60 minutes (1-minute increments)
Other: Auto switching to elapsed time measurement (up to 60 minutes, 1-second units) when the end of a countdown timer operation is reached
- 5 daily alarms (with 1 snooze alarm)
- Hourly time signal
- Full auto-calendar (to year 2099)
- 12/24-hour format
- Button operation tone on/off
- Regular timekeeping
Analog: 2 hands (hour, minute (hand moves every 20 seconds))
Digital: Hour, minute, second, pm, month, date, day
- Accuracy: ±15 seconds per month
- Approx. battery life: 3 years on SR927W × 2
- Size of case: 55 × 51.9 × 18.3 mm
- Total weight: 70 g
Good at work review by Stan T on 28/09/2017
Don't need a watch that's got too many features. This tells the time and easy to navigate.
Great watch review by Ron H on 1/09/2017
Love the design, simple looking but has lots of features. Particularly like the wheel since it moves me from mode to mode with no fuss.
Not what I expected review by George N on 22/08/2017
Did not like how hard the face is to see. The hands also annoying get in my way all the time.
My favourite watch review by Glenn K on 4/07/2017
This is my absolute favourite of my Casio watches. The red and black combo looks really cool on my wrist, hands are easily seen just by glancing at the face. Best oof all it's really light
Love the display. review by Harry on 9/10/2016
I have bad eyesight so I usually have trouble reading analogue watches, let alone analogue/digital combos (usually the digital part is s small there's no point...). This has definitely been a godsend for me. The analogue part is huge, and the digital numbers at the bottom of the screen actually take up half the screen so I don't have to strain my eyes.
Nice big digital numbers! review by Frank on 5/09/2016
Usually have problems with analogue/digital combos since the digital part is so small, glad that this watch has large digital numbers! Also it's a breeze changing modes with that wheel!
Easy to change functions! review by Kevin on 5/09/2016
Man this is great! I had watches before that had lots of functions, but either the buttons were too small or I pressed them too many times so I had to go through the functions again... real pain. Here all I have to do is use the wheel! And if I skip my mode, I just have to turn the wheel back once or twice.