Summary: This is a cool watch. I'm in my fourth decade and this is my fourth Casio calculator watch. My first was the 80's stainless scientific. I lost that one. The case is plastic, the band is stainless. Since the buttons are membrane you'll need a strategy for hitting them with precision.
Summary: I've used Casio Databank 150 watches for many, many years. I got this watch to use at the office because it had a dressier look. While I am happy with this watch, it has one major flaw which has been mentioned by most other reviewers... the light sucks BIG time!!
Summary: I'm an electrical engineer by trade. I was educated in the 80's and this was THE watch of the decade. I can't tell you enough how much attention I got from the people around town with this watch. Girls could spot me as an engineering student from miles away.
Summary: The best review that I can give this product is.....that this is my 10th such watch, altho my first from Amazon. I like the many functions of the watch and they're cheap enough that I buy a new one whenever the battery runs out. I can no longer see myself with a watch that only tells time.
Summary: Summary: a good inexpensive and easy to use useful watch. I've had various versions of the casio databank calculator watches since the mid 80s. When I was a teenager in the 80s I had the black resin version. In the mid 90s I replaced it with the chrome version.
Summary: I'm a used car salesman by trade. My complete lack of secondary education means that I'm totally incapable of doing basic arithmetic in my head, but the nature of my business means I often need make quick financial calculations on the down-low without arousing the suspicions of my prospective...
Summary: The watch is beautiful and works well. I need the telephone numbers of my 8 children easily accessible, and this watch does the job just fine. I also like the ability to have an alarm go off for when I need to take my medication or when to move my car. What I don't like about the watch is the band.