Very good looking watch; a nice balance between good looks and durability. Casio G-Shock watches are robust and long lasting. This, so far, is no exception. Very easy set up, and easy to learn the various functions. Obviously, not quite as many functions as on a digital interface, but the analogue dials work well for setting the alarm, stop-watch and world time - my only issue is that Madrid is not featured on the world time dial (around the circumfrence of the watch). Other features are that it has a calendar (set to work until 2099!), and days of the week. Sits on the wrist nicely, and attracts just the right amount of attention! It is not quite as orange as it looks online however, which is probably a good thing! It attempts 5 updates a day via its radio-controlled receiver; once successful, future planned updates cease. Additionally, the dials auto-correct periodically, so you know the time is accurate and the motions of the watch are staying true. Has a "domed" glass front which reduces glare, and a durable strap. Incredibly water-proof and, like my other G-Shock, I am confident this will endure years of wear.
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