Reviews and Problems with Casio G-SHOCK Watch G-2900F-2VER Mens Digital
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More than I expected
28 April 2011
Summary: Im always carefull when buying electrincs over the web, however with thi I was very happy. I had all the warranty information that came from the seller, and it was sent very quickly which made me really happy. also - the product itself is brilliant.
Summary: I am very pleased with this watch. It does everything that is required and more and is very reliable, keeping superb time. The watch comes with more functions than I require, but the ones that I use I am very pleased with.
Summary: The watch is not a cobalt blue as some internet photos show it to be, but also not as washed out. One of the five alarms is a snooze alarm, would prefer at least five straight alarms and a snooze alarm. Stopwatch timer is not easy to read after the first hour, but ok for this type of watch.
Summary: After a little while of searching I found this watch on Amazon for a great price, a good £20 cheaper than retail stores. I was a little dubious of its quality and authenticity, however on receiving it I was more than pleased and would happily recommend it to anyone. The delivery was also second to none it arrived within a few days, the day after dispatch actually. I was very impressed with this as Amazon had informed me that it wouldn't arrive for a good week or so.
Summary: Nothing complex about this watch. I needed an everyday watch for work and exercise. This is tough enough to withstand knocks at work, easy to use, good light and has the countdown timer and stop watch I wanted too. Looks pretty good as well. For the price - excellent.
Summary: I've had my `Casio G-2900F-2VER' for many years now and it's as reliable now as when I first bought it. It has a solid, rubber strap and the now classic G-Shock casing that resists bangs and impact with ease. This watch has all the features I need for my leisure activities, like a chronograph, 200 metres water resistance, strong back light, world time and alarm functions, as well as an email address setting that I use less.