Summary: Men's watches nowadays seem forced to weigh your wrist down. I myself have quite a few watches, Seikos and what not, all of which are so large on my wrist that I don't enjoy wearing them daily. This Casio watch is properly sized and fits very well on the wrist.
Summary: I have two expensive watches, each having cost well over $1,000, sitting in a drawer waiting for repairs which probably will cost over $100 each. Why bother, though? I'm way beyond having to impress anyone with an expensive watch, and my Casio, for less than $10, works just fine.
Summary: This is a "no-frills, disposable" watch. It is an analog watch; period; it performs no other functions; it doesn't even have illumination. And, based on past experience with low-end Casios, the strap will break in a year or so (long before the watch stops functioning) and at that point, the most...
Summary: I needed an analog watch to use for the CA bar (they do not allow digital watches). Checked on Amazon and this seemed to be the cheapest solution for something I was only going to use for 3 days. I don't wear this watch, so I can't comment on that.
Summary: I bought this watch at the end of July, wore it once so it's received no abuse, now it's dead. No doubt the battery is dead. Even at such a low price I expect a battery operated watch to last a few years so now it's junk.