Toughness and Precision
Casio Oceanus Manta OCW-S1400-1AJF watches are a part of the Casio’s elite series called Oceanus, named after ancient Greek god of the Ocean. This line combines features from the G-Shock and the Wavesceptor, the two other major timepiece series of the Japanese company. This means that every single model, just like the Casio Oceanus Manta watch, has analog dials (some older models used to have the combination of a digital and an analog watchface).
This sort of watches also features five internal motors which run separately and independently. Every motor has its specific function. They control dials for time, hours, seconds and days of a week and there is also a motor that is in charge for the stopwatch.
Casio watches also have Tough Movement with its interesting functions. A Multi-band 6 feature insures a special ability to receive signals from the accurate atomic watches that correct time automatically, whenever a person who caries this watch is either in Europe, North America, Japan or China.
This technology is also followed with the substantial toughness and integrity, caused by a hybrid mount construction which is intent to secure a sufficient protection. The original shock resistant structure, made by Casio, prevents a damage of the movement parts in the cases of impacts. To insure that this is possible, precise calculations were made to conclude which is the most suitable shape, material and weight balance. The designers also considered numerous important factors.
The result of these efforts was a decision to include a larger gear shaft, so that a shaft damage can be avoided more effectively. Also, the Casio Oceanus Manta OCW-S1400-1AJF watch uses metal for positioning the pin that supports the movement. The combination of the tough metal parts and a very light resin is responsible for the extreme toughness of the watch.
Titanium and Sapphire
One of the most interesting features of the Casio Oceanus Manta OCW-S1400-1AJF watch is an auto-hand home position correction system. This means that this model of the Japanese watchmaker checks positions of the second, minute and hour hands and then compares those results with the inner time counter and makes all required adjustments.
This type has a slim 10.9 mm titanium case and a solid titanium band with one-touch 3-fold buckle. It also has sapphire glass with a non glare coating and neo-brite luminous hands. The Casio’s timepiece can withstand pressure up to 100 meters below the surface.
The Casio Oceanus Manta OCW-S1400-1AJF watch includes the world time function with 29 time zones and has a 1/20 second chronograph and a calendar. The model which was constructed by the Japanese brand, uses a Tough Solar charge system, with a power saving function and a battery change warning. When it is fully charged, the battery can run as much as five months without a new exposure to the light.