- Price — 32$ *average Amazon Price, we may earn commission from purchases
- Year of first Release — 2004
- Module Number — 2888
- Battery Type — CR2025 (Casio Batteries)
DBC-32 Model Range *may be updated
Official Marketing Focus from Casio
Combine a digital timepiece with a 10-key pad calculator and you get all the convenience of an 8-digit calculator in a wristwatch. A big, high-contrast LCD makes figures easy to read. Other features include databank capabilities, day of the week display in 13 languages, and 10-year battery life for uninterrupted operation.
Official DBC-32 Specs / Features *for base version DBC-32D-1A
- Case / bezel material: Resin
- Triple-fold Clasp
- Stainless Steel Band
- Resin Glass / Spherical Glass
- LED backlight
Auto light switch, afterglow
Memory capacity: Up to 25 sets of data, with 8-character name and 15-digit telephone number
Others: Remaining memory screen, auto-sort, support of characters of 13 languages (English, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Dutch, Danish, German, Italian, Swedish, Polish, Romanian, Turkish, Russian)
- Dual time
Other: Daylight saving time
- 8-digit calculator
Calculation modes: Arithmetic operations and currency conversion
- 1/100-second stopwatch
Measuring capacity: 23:59’59.99′
Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
- Multi-function alarms
5 independent multi-function alarms (4 one-time alarms and 1 snooze / one-time alarm)
Alarm type: Daily alarm, date alarm, 1-month alarm, monthly alarm
- Hourly time signal
- Auto-calendar (to year 2099)
- 12/24-hour format
- Regular timekeeping: Hour, minutes, seconds, am/pm, year, month, date, day
- Accuracy: ±30 seconds per month
- Approx. battery life: 10 years on CR2025
- Size of case : 50.4×37.4×12mm
- Total weight : 62.5g
Recent News about DBC-32
You ask, we answer…
It lets you store up to 25 records, each containing name and telephone number data.
In addition to the time in your current location, which is indicated by wide hour and minute hands, a second time can be indicated by the dial at 6 o’clock.
It allows data storage for names and telephone numbers, memos, and in late editions, email addresses.
It allows to do arithmetic operations and currency conversion.