Casio Black-and-silver Digital Water-resistant Twin Sensor Watch
27 October 2015
Summary: This is my "play watch" that I wear when not in my professional business attire. It has kept perfect time since 2005. No need for batteries as it self charges in any sun light. A little heavy but still in perfect condition. I love the settings and perfect as an aviation watch as well.
Excerpt: A watch without the thermometer is like a steak without the sizzle. I continue to search for that Casio, like my first thermometer one, that gives accurate temperatures both on- and off-arm. The jury is still out on this one even though it already has passed the off-arm test.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Quality, Reliable, Stylish
Summary: This is about the 5th Casio thermometer watch that I've had as an adult, and they've all provided good value. I particularly check to make sure the thermometer is accurate (after calibration), while I'm wearing it, and it is. Recommended.
Summary: I looked around for six months for a watch on amazon reading and reading, this had it all and was affordable, compass, temperature, stopwatch, day of week and date on display, even has in mode pushes another time zone to be entered, not much use to me but maybe to someone else, love this watch,...
Summary: I recently went water rafting, and wore this watch. It truly stood up to its use and didn't fail. Moreover, its compass and temperature indicators are also good, and will give a fairly good reading.
Summary: I love this watch. Bought it for when I go swimming. The backlight and big numbers makes it visible underneath the water when I go diving. The temperature gauge seems to be within 5 degrees of what my phone says. I've smashed it against doors and walls not adjusting my arm for the added width.