I get compliments about the cool gunmetal finish on the watch consistently.Others have complained about damage to the band after only a little period of time but I have already been putting on mine for over 2 a few months and I really defeat on my watches and We haven’t seen anything other than a few really small scrapes.The Indiglo works great and it’s really nice having a time dial to keep track what time it really is of the month.
The watch is a bit smaller sized than my old one and I had to get accustomed to that and it’s lighter too.On the plus side, it gets the full date, time on the front (Which includes year, day of month, day of week, hours, moments, and seconds.).It has an hourly chime, a stopwatch, and an alarm function that allows setting the alarm in a number of different ways.
For all those wondering if the product is water proof or water resistant, or whatever, I’ll say this: I browse with this watch 5+ days weekly, and it keeps on ticking.Had it months now.Upon purchase, was weighing this extremely inexpensive watch with browsing specific watches ($100+), and decided for the purchase price that this would be with a shout, especially since all it must do is not die, and tell me enough time while I surf.
I actually get the sound quite comforting when I raise the view near my ear.Finally, the leather!I am wearing this watch for less than two months, and already the leather beautifully is aging.Initially, the natural leather was pale and unimpressive, but the more you use it, the even more amazing the leather can look. This watch will be getting lots of attention for years to come.
I gave away the initial watch and just bought another. The simpleness and quality of the model have overcome my objections to the still-hideous, tiny manual, and I have meanwhile bought two additional Casio models whose complications have taught me to understand simplicity even more.The extremely valuable feature of the model is the screen of current time in the stopwatch mode.Their difficult solar runner’s watch does not allow that, nor do the majority of their higher-end models.
All I wanted was a readable time clearly, in addition to the date and time of the week in a reliable watch hopefully.I narrowed my search down to three watches that varied in cost from $13 to $70.We leaned toward digital because I go through that as their memory space got worse, people often become unable to understand the analog time clock face and benefit from just getting the actual time in digits.