I could snorkel in the ocean with this and just wash it with some fresh drinking water when I’m done, with no nagging problem.I’ve found the screen on this view to be clear,crisp and easy to browse at a glace, the screen is large and has nicely all the details laid out.
All I wanted was a readable time clearly, plus the date and day of the week in a trusted watch hopefully.I narrowed my search right down to three watches that varied in cost from $13 to $70.We leaned toward digital because I read that as their storage got worse, people often become unable to understand the analog time clock face and reap the benefits of just having the actual amount of time in digits.
Casio will not grasp the essential concept that individuals buy watches to know what time it is.While it without doubt pleases some to know the atmospheric pressure in Smolensk or the tides in Columbo, you need to, while looking at these fascinating data, also be able to see the current, local amount of time in the same glance.Great products, especially if you do not care what period it is.
Enough time is in a font that’s large enough for anyone with moderate eyesight to understand, and the watch tells us the date, time and full day of the week!The watch has other features like Alarm Stopwatch and Timer, but I haven’t tested some of those settings out, so I won’t mention them here (still, it’s fine to know they’re available!).
The watch comes with an alarm, stopwatch and second timezone feature, none of which I consider all that useful.Still, that is clearly a fairly minimal feature set, and minimal is GOOD; the fewer whistles and bells, the less challenging a watch is to use.The 100m water resistance is an enormous plus in the convenience division also; that’s the minimum water resistance it’s actually secure to swim with (ratings derive from completely still water).
Though this may be due to my much above average height at 6’7.The just other complaint I have is that the band doesn’t really smoothly go around my wrist, but bigger than average again.Other than that I highly recommend picking it up versus paying a few hundred for a Fitbit.