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Just received it today. Watch is great. World time function isn't the most intuitive. The compass, altimeter, barometer and thermometer functions appear to work great. Oy complaint is that there isn't a watch band that's a stainless steel option. I found a 24mm stainless steel band in blue here on Amazon that works perfectly with the watch and totally makes me delighted with the final result. Definitely not a small profile watch but I'm a big guy and I really like the size and additional functionality. Watch was already sync'd up to atomic time signal and I just had to adjust my city. I love that it's solar powered so this thing should never have any issues! If anything changes and it breaks or whatever I'll update my review but so far, I'm delighted.
I replaced a titanium Tissot T-Touch which was actually my second watch from them in the last decade. Those retail for $800-1200 a piece and require batteries. The internal motors kept busting down after 3-5 years so the hands didn't point to the same time as indicated on the digital piece. After multiple servicing send-ins, I got fed up.
This watch has all the same functionality and even with the added $20 cost of replacing the band, still at half cost. The cons are the added weightof stainless steel vs titanium (no big deal) and lack of touch screen. The pros are the light up function, and Casio's strong reputation and warranty. Wash: I went with blue vs "silver" so it does add a touch of flair and may not match with all clothing/outfits.
Update: March 2022 the watch simply broke. The actual watch face where the band goes to attach to it snapped. I’ve attached some photos. Pretty sad it broke. Bands are not even replaceable because a new band has nowhere to snap in.
If you are a individual that travels a lot for work, in my case a long-haul truck driver, this watch is not for you. I travel through several timezones a day in some cases and the watch never corrects itself. Even at night when I'm stationary. The watch looks great and the strap is comfortable, not a fan of the negative LCD display at the bottom, very hard to read. This would be a great watch for individuals that are stationary or don't travel. I'll never buy another Casio unless it's one of the higher end G Shocks or Master of G series, lesson learned.
The glass got scratched easy, it doesn’t feel Like it cost , and the bells and whistles cannot be use the way you would think or expect to be used, After having it for a year plus, I would guess it’s worth maybe $20-$50 range