7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 28 March 2012
Very nice watch, I'd been looking for a radio controlled chrono for quite some time before I stumbled upon this little beauty. Top of the range from Casio, very easy setup....... don't believe anyone who says otherwise, it took me 10 mins from out of the box to on the wrist with a smile on my face.
Go get one !!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 14 May 2013
this watch was no problem to set up, looks good and fitted me prefectly out of the box. (bit of luck there, I think) nice clear with the day and date deisplayed and clear fingers for easy time reading. I have so far had no problems with this watch and am a big fan of casio watches in fact have only used casio watches for the last 30 years and have never had anthing more than a flat battery for a problem. and that should't be a problem with this one.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 25 February 2014
The mix of black and stainless steel is an alluring combination and the watch face is nice and busy with plenty of detail.
I didn't buy the watch on looks alone though; my minimum requirements were a date and stop watch function which are provided.
The instructions are on a small booklet but I had this watch set to my time zone within minutes. No problem.
Had to remove a link to fit my wrist but this was also done in minutes using a tiny instrument screwdriver; no fancy tools needed. Just be careful you don't lose the tiny retaining clasp that stops the pin from falling out.
I'm not sure if the comparatively high price will help retain the watch's exclusivity but I've yet to meet anyone else with this particular model.
3 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 16 February 2012
I Like this watch on the whole, its well built and looks nice, but boy is it complicated to set up and use in different time zones! A lot of the problems are due to my aversion of manuals but to be honest i can normally suss stuff out without resorting to the manual. The manual that comes with it is gibberish as well and you need a magnifying glass to read it so its to the interweb to find an electronic version that i can enlarge and then ill spend an afternoon trying to set it up!