Reviews and Problems with Casio Men's AQ190W-1A Multi-Task Gear Sports Watch
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Casio AQ-190W-1A Sports Watch
Anton C. Johnson "2DBone", amazon.com
28 June 2011
Summary: Another great Casio watch; impressive appearance and multi functional. This watch embraces an analog/digital face with mulitple alarms, including one with a snooze function! I have been a Casio watch fan for years; my solar atomic died after 8 years.
Summary: This is a great sports watch. It is affordable, durable, and looks/plays the part. My only issue is the light on the watch is horrible! It is just a single light coming from the side that poorly lights up less than half of the face of the watch. It makes me wonder why they even put it on at all.
Summary: I got this watch because I travel often and don't want to take more expensive watches on the road, plus when I read the product information it had everything I wanted: able to display different time zones at the same time, alarms, date, chronometer. The picture here does not make the watch justice.
Summary: I have a tech job and stop watch will come in handy. I like the aero/nautical design and the band is very comfortable. I am reasonably thick at rist yet still had more than an inch of band left. The world clock feature works nicely too. I am going to europe to try it out for real:]
Summary: This was my first Casio watch and let me tell you, I am thoroughly impressed. The first thing that struck me is that this watch already had the time set. The time was exact down to only being a matter of seconds off the actual time. That includes the date, year, EVERYTHING.
Summary: It is a very good item, and I am extremely satisfied with delivery time, product quality, and how was so easy to define and close all purchased process. Also, I got all track info using Amazon.com website... I strong recommend. [ASIN:B002J4UBIG Casio Men's AQ190W-1A Multi-Task Gear Sports Watch]
Summary: This watch is all that it was promised to be, so I have no problem with the product. It looks good, and is not really bulky (in terms of thickness). I was looking for a watch to use for running/cycling/swimming and had the Timex Ironman in the past.
Summary: I thought it was a great looking watch looking at pictures of it online. The speed dial at the bottom-center of the watch is a great accent and a cool feature ... just have to read the manual to learn to use/read it properly.