Make and model? Love the simple face and classic crown.
Yes, I’ve seen and considered the Casio’s - they sit right next to the Timex’s at Walmart and around the same $35-$45 price. I stick with Timex only because I already know how to “use all the features”, can set the alarms etc...Also the Timex watch face is so “slim” that I can button any cuffed shirt and it still fits/slides under the cuff. I’m not much for technology but I’m sure I could figure out how to use a Casio - they fit my style (cheap).I was formerly a Timex Expedition fan but I found the Casio Forester to be more durable. Just a cheap. I'm a sensible guy too. Damn proud of it.
Eddie, that Casio is made in Japan and assembled in China - what’s Not to like? Screams “quality” - same as my Timex... that steel watch band looks like it weighs 3 pounds compared to my plastic-fantastic even cheaper Timex (which could melt in the Sun on my dashboard). The Casio is waterproof to 200 meters and the Timex only 50 meters - although I’m only good for 5 meters.
The new Seiko Alpinist is a beautiful watch with modern Japanese movement. The history is that Seiko introduced it in 1959 as their introduction into the "sport watch" realm and was made for the Japanese Alpinist of the day. As such it was rugged but still elegant with a high degree of accuracy.What do you fine gentleman think of this one?
If you could pick one watch that could manage to effortlessly shine in just about any occasion, what would it be? This might be your answer. Seiko introduced their latest addition to the ever popular ‘Alpinist’ collection of robust yet visually charming sports timepieces, paying tribute to the...www.gnomonwatches.com