Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

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    Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

    Does anyone know the real details on the differences between these watches? From what I can see the S1400 does not include the dual timezone function? And the S1400 is roughly 20g lighter as well as smaller?

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    Re: Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

    The best way is to read the manuals for the module in each specific watch.

    Here's one for the T750 - I'm not sure what the other module is:

    http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_man.../en/qw5083.pdf

    The main manuals page where you enter the four digit module number is here:

    http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/



    Edit: found the S1400's manual here:

    http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_man.../en/qw5075.pdf
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    Re: Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

    Quote Originally Posted by Maine View Post
    The best way is to read the manuals for the module in each specific watch.

    Here's one for the T750 - I'm not sure what the other module is:

    http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_man.../en/qw5083.pdf

    The main manuals page where you enter the four digit module number is here:

    http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/



    Edit: found the S1400's manual here:

    http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_man.../en/qw5075.pdf
    Thanks! I'll take a look at them today.

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    Re: Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

    Interesting that the manuals pretty much show the same thing for each. The S1400 is definitely smaller, lighter and a difference face but it almost looks to be the same other than that. The only portion of the manual that looks different is the section on swapping timezones where it looks like the T750 may be able to easier. Interesting as the price increase for the S1400 really isn't that much (from c-watch).

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    Re: Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

    main differences:

    T750
    has alarm, no CDT
    24 MINUTES total stop watch (but 1/100)

    S1400
    has no alarm, no CDT
    24 hours stop watch (1/20)


    if you like the looks and want more features go for the T600, it has
    alarm
    24 hour CDT
    24 hour stop watch (1/20)

    other features are the same, I think...

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    Re: Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

    Quote Originally Posted by Sibe View Post
    main differences:

    T750
    has alarm, no CDT
    24 MINUTES total stop watch (but 1/100)

    S1400
    has no alarm, no CDT
    24 hours stop watch (1/20)


    if you like the looks and want more features go for the T600, it has
    alarm
    24 hour CDT
    24 hour stop watch (1/20)

    other features are the same, I think...
    I didn't really like the face on the T600. I'm probably not going to use the stop watch function much so I'm not too concerned about that. What exactly is CDT?

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    Re: Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

    sorry, thought this was known already:

    CDT = Count Down Timer, so you set a time, say 5 minutes and press a button, the hand turns counter clockwise until zero, watch beeps and counts upwards (stopping the time from the first beep). The upwards count is special to a few Casio analog watches...

    from the T600 are different colors available, but, ok, looks different



    this 1400 is nice

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    Re: Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

    Sorry i'm a bit new to getting good watches. CDT sounds nice, although its a shame its not in the 750 or 1400 as I don't really like the look of the 600. I like the 1400 as its a bit lighter than the others as well as slightly smaller and thinner. I hate the big clunky watches and although none of these are very large, I do have a small arm so I figured I'd try the smaller one (despite no alarm or CDT). Since the world time functions (primary purpose of this watch) are the exact same I think I may end up with the S1400. Now I just have to think and make sure I want to spend $1100 :)

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    Re: Casio Oceanus S1400 and T750's

    yes, the alarm beep makes the watch e little bigger (thicker). You can check out the Lineage line if you want even smaller (and cheaper) watches, some of them are more or less the same like the comparable Oceanus but may differ in material (no Titan or sapphire) or other casing things

    LIW-M1100D-1AJF




    here is an overview of most Lineage watches:

    http://casio.jp/wat/waveceptor/lineage/
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