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Al-Fajr Deluxe Wrist Watch WS06 -Stainless Steel Strap by Al-Fajr KA8784

Product code: KA8784
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Deluxe steel Azan watch. (Prayer time indicated by beeps at Azan times) Rectangular stainless steel polished case Stainless steel bracelet with triple folding clasp Scratch-resistant glass Crystal FSTN LCD With Blue EL Back Light Water resistant 5 ATM Case size 30.6 x 40.8 mm Weight: 0.21 pounds (97 gm) Ships in a presentation burgundy mahogany wood box ALFAJR Watch Features AZAN TIMES (for all cities around the world): All the cities around the world are pre-programmed in the watch. And other smaller locations can be programmed using latitude, longitude and GMT information. Azan times are calculated accurately, ALFAJR watch uses the local taqweem or the most widely used taqweem system for your city. Other standard taqweem systems are available, as follows: Islamic World Organization (Muslim League) Fajr azan time is calculated based on 18 degrees angle below the horizon before shrooq time. Isha azan time is calculated based on 17.5 degrees angle below the horizon after magrib azan. This system is widely used in Europe and the Far East. Taqweem Um Al-Qura Fajr azan time is calculated based on 19 degrees angle below the horizon before shrooq time. Isha azan time is a fixed one and a half hours after Magrib. This system is used in Saudi Arabia. Altaqweem Almasri (Egypt) Fajr azan time is calculated based on 19.5 degrees angle below the horizon before shrooq time. Isha azan time is calculated based on 17 degrees angle below the horizon after magrib azan. This system is used in Africa and many Arab countries. Islamic Scientific University (Hanafi) Fajr azan time is calculated based on 18 degrees angle below the horizon before shrooq time. Isha azan time is calculated based on 18 degrees angle below the horizon after magrib azan. In Hanafi system, Asr Azan time occurs when the shade is twice as long as the object. In the common system Asr azan time is when the shade is of the same length as the object. This system is mainly used in the Indian Sub-continent. Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) Fajr azan time is calculated based on 15 degrees angle below the horizon before shrooq time. Isha azan time is calculated based on 15 degrees angle below the horizon after magrib azan. This system is mostly used in North America. Fixed Time Fajr time is determined as a fixed interval of time before shrooq time. Isha time is determined as a fixed interval of time after Magrib azan. This system is used in Northern Europe. PRAYER REMINDERS: Six prayer reminder alarms can be independently set to ring before or after each azan. All prayer reminder alarms will automatically change according to the change of azan times. QIBLA DIRECTION: Qibla direction (relative to the North) can be displayed. HIJRI AND GREGORIAN CALNEDARS: Gregorian or Hijri calendar can be displayed. The Hijri calendar follows the Gregorian date and is based on the astronomical moon sighting at Mecca. QUR'AN BOOKMARK: This feature is used to record the last Sura name and Verse number you have reached in reading the Qur'an. DAILY ALARMS: In addition to the prayer alarms, two standard daily alarms are available. OTHER FEATURES: Bilingual display: Arabic & English languages Stop Watch Daylight saving time option Alarm volume control Battery level indicator One year manufacturer's replacement warranty, covering materials and workmanship.
 
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