Nice watch. I love the watch band. I was able to adjust it to fit my wrist just right. The face of the watch is impressive. Just wish it had a second hand.
I can't add much to the excellent review provided by chronos9, which accurately summarized the attributes of this watch. It is easy to read at a glance under most light conditions, and the Indiglo feature takes care of any other situation. At a time when a lot of watches are ridiculously large with slide rule bezels and multiple dials , this watch hits the mark with its 40mm diameter size and subtle style. Like other Expeditions I've owned, the second hand does not always hit the marks, but the timekeeping is very acceptable and the overall workmanship is quite good, particularly at this price point. I replaced the nylon strap with a leather band, but that was more for comfort than appearance. All in all a stylish, good looking watch at a great price.
For my purposes, this is a great watch. I plan on using this watch primarily when I travel, so it fits the bill with its easy to read hands and world time function. It looks real nice but will likely not attract too much attention since it's not flashy or extremely large. Solar power from any light source and atomic timekeeping make for a worry-free, low maintenance timepiece. All the other functions of a "digital" watch like stopwatch and alarm are a bonus. The downside of this watch is fairly well-known: the 3 small dials can only be read with relatively good lighting. The light on the watch will not illuminate the face sufficiently to read these dials. I think this watch wears smaller than it is because the actual face of the watch is much smaller than the total width of the case. So if you want a big G-Shock watch, this one is definitely not for you.
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