Don't have to mess with ordering batteries anymore. Plastic case makes it very light. On the down side.......the "digital" second hand is harder to see and the counter difficult to use when your hands are doing something else at the same time. Plastic face more easily scratched. Overall, a nice "light" watch compared to many of the stainless watches. Less money than the Swiss Army watches that have virtually the same movement. My previous Wenger will stop every so often for no reason. I think, it's the mechanical mechanism for the gears for the dials? All you can do is replace the whole movement (almost $40). Not worth the trouble. Overall, the Casio is a nice inexpensive and light alternate to other watches...and no batteries to replace.
nice and light weight and functional. so far accurate, easy to read dials and face. Wrist strap is a bit too long but adjusts easy enough. inexpensive and seems well made and can't go wrong with a Casio made watch anyhow.
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