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The number reads July 20th, 2015. The 201st day of a year ending with a 5 (E is the 5th letter of the alphabeth)The last four modes are pretty usual modes for modern G-Shocks. First is the World Time Mode with pre-programmed time of 48 cities in 31 time zones. I’m pretty happy that Casio not only pre-programs a few popular dive spots (or popular whale observation spots) in their Frogman models, but now cover about every time zone in the world. Next is the Alarm Mode with 4 regular alarms, a Snooze Alarm and of course the Hourly Time Signal. The last two modes are Stopwatch Mode and the Countdown Timer Mode, which both have a maximum capacity of 24 hours, which is in almost all cases more than enough. Frankly those are my most used Modes of G-Shocks in my daily life, besides Time Keeping Mode.