Rated 4 out of 5Â by Bvic10 Nice watch, but tricky getting started
I like the watch, it's easy to read and looks good. The only issue I had was figuring out how to get the time set for my timezone. It really isn't that hard, but it's easy to be on the wrong timezone to start with. Anyway, I had to dive into the booklet 3 times to get it right. I guess I should have read the book before I started playing with it. The trick is, learn what each button functions as, and you'll go farther faster. Other than that, the buttons are easy to press and it's easy to get into stopwatch mode or alarm mode.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by ChristmasJoy As advertised
I haven't had the time to fully utilize all the features, but it comes with a nice, thick instruction manual -- sized down with small print-- so I can't wait to sit down with it and figure out how it works! The map-of-the-world feature is really cool. Sections of it darken as you click the button to the various time zones around the world to indicate a selection. The "light" button isn't too high tech, and it's yellow, but it does the job. The digital face is nice and big, so no squinting necessary for me. The whole thing is pretty large, but not too big for my wrist, and it looks really cool all-in-all. This is a great everyday watch and nice enough for special occasion wearing, also.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by geronimo Good value
I purchased this Casio watch to replace a well worn, but still functioning unit. It is a good value watch for work. It has a good, easy to read display with some nice features (stop watch, timer, world time zones, etc) that, quite frankly I do not really need. All I needed is the correct time and date. The watch is performing well and with a ten year battery life should provide many years of service. I am very satisfied with the purchase.