Summary: My $300 dollar watch came in a beat up box. The tin that the watch was enclosed in was all dented up. The original (new) wrapping was missing and tags were removed. The manual had dirt marks all over it and bent pages. The watch its self seems to be amazing.
Summary: What can I say, I already love G-shocks because I'm hard on my watches and as far as this one goes, I just wanted something different. Sure, it's a little confusing to set at first but just follow directions. (when it says "hold 'A' for 5 seconds, it's means 5 seconds..
Summary: This is a great precision watch. When I first opened it and put it on, I did have some difficulty learning how to use the watch, but I soon figured it out in less than 15 minutes using the manual.
Summary: I'm in love with this watch. It's light, rugged and utterly functional. I'm taking a trip overseas next month and I've already set the world time function to my destination. In seconds, I can swap my home city time with the pre-set world time and the atomic updates will continue across the pond.
Summary: This watch is really great! Doesn't always receive the signal for the automatic time updates (in MD), but it's still very Accurate. The movements are very precise. I've only had the watch for a week, but have already had a bunch of complimants on how good the watch looks.
Summary: I have had my eye on the new Casio Aviator all analog product line since they came out. The black resin with orange face came first, then the black IP plated stainless steel band with the blue face was released, then a slew of other incarnations of the watch surfaced.
Summary: I work in the British Columbia back-country and needed a rugged all purposed watch that wouldn't fall apart the first time I got jammed between dense brush and hard rock. My old Casio of 15 years served me well by I need something with a brighter display cuz my reading vision went south.