Reviews and Problems with Casio Men's MQ24-9B3 Analog Watch
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Prefer other models--this one is hard to read
N Gogol "Mark", amazon.com
27 December 2011
Summary: I have several versions of this watch. The others are easy to read: black hands on white background (with numerals or just tick marks) and gold hands on black background (elegant look). They get 5 stars. This one--gold hands on a gold background--is very hard to read. The contrast between hands and face is not as good as shown. By the way, it's easy to replace the battery on these watches. The batteries can be had for $1 apiece if you look online.
Summary: I have had several of these <$10 Casio watches (cheaper to buy a new one that to get a new battery put in) but this particular model has gold hands on a gold background. I recommend this watch with other faces, but not this one. It is extremely difficult to tell the time with it!
Summary: I just received my package in the mail today. I also ordered the MQ24-7B which really an outstanding product.I had hope that this model MQ24-9B3 would be the same. Fit and finish is almost identical with the exception that it arrived DOA. I am going to try to replace the battery and if it works that will be the end of this story. If it doesn't, guess I will have to RMA back to Amazon for a replacement. I guess I really have had some bad luck this year.
Summary: Watch rec'd was the correct part number but totally different than picture shown on Amazon i.e. no military time on dial. Also the battery was DOA on arrival ... at least I think so because the watch did not work at all. The one star was for Amazon's easy return procedure.
Summary: This is the third time I purchase this comfortable to wear watch and I love it. As a Veterinary Nurse I like to wear a watch that looks stylish when dealing with my clients, but that can take a light beating when dealing with my patients. I expose the watch to frequent hand to elbow washings daily, and the wrist band never looses its shine.
Summary: I bought one of these at small stall run by immigrants in L.A. and paid $10. I've had it for nearly a year but the bezel recently got scratched so I am picking up three more through Amazon for even less. I have other, more expensive watches but this is the one I wear 95% of the time. I like lightweight, simple, easy to read watches (such as Skagen) and this fills the bill. It is on the small side but definitely not a woman's watch.