Casio 106

Casio 106

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Casio 106

Inspired by the sea, this watch’s black resin band and stainless steel case give it a classic look while its anti-reverse bezel adds classic dive functionality. Simple 3-hand analog with date display for an easy-read. Black resin band analog watch with a black & white face.

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Really well put together watch for the money. Nicely designed, simple uncluttered face. Very accurate, tough and good for every day wear. I would not wear it to go out for dinner, or to a function, but this is not what the watch was intended for. Its an attractive easy to see diver`s watch that does what it says on the tin. A truly fit for purpose watch at an astonishing price. What more do you want? It also is far more accurate than a mechanical, and because of its meagre cost you are not going to worry about it too much. Consequently, it will probably end up being your daily wearer leaving any other more expensive alternatives as just plain unnecessary. I find that this Casio has a constant place amongst my luxury and vintage watches and spends far more time on my wrist than any of my much more expensive watches precisely because of its comfort and functionality. One last thing! This watch is remarkably light, despite great construction and good looks and after a few minutes you hardy know you have it on. Always essential in any wristwatch. buy one! Its a good watch. Take a closer look on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SXRSjFT9V8

I`d seen this watch written about online, but the large dimensions always put me off buying it. I have small 6" wrists so I stick to 35-42mm watches. This past weekend, however, I made the 1.5 hour drive to my family`s lakeside cabin straight from work - and realized after arriving that the only watch I had with me was my 50m water resistant Speedo Pro with acrylic crystal and leather strap. Not something I`m interested in banging around on boats and docks and in the sand and water. In the morning we popped into town (20 minutes away) to run a quick errand so I decided to swing by the friendly neighborhood big blue box store just to grab a cheap something to have on my wrist for the weekend. (Gotta work on that watch tan line, right?) I was surprised to see this Marlin in the watch case, priced not much higher than it is available here on Amazon. So I grabbed it, size be damned. What you`ve heard about this watch is all true. It`s the best bottom dollar analog diver`s watch you`re going to find: Stainless steel case, 120-click unidirectional rotating bezel, screw-down crown and case back, 200m water resistant. The build quality is "good enough." The lume is subpar for a diver`s watch - but of course, that is in comparison to watches (Seiko, Citizen) that cost several times as much. The resin strap suits the watch - it`s nothing fancy but I won`t bother replacing it since it suits my needs. It`s comfortable, waterproof, dries quickly, and cleans easily. Looks-wise, the watch obviously apes the tried-and-true aesthetic of the Rolex Submariner, without being a direct copy (no Mercedes hands, for example). And let`s not fool ourselves - we bought this watch because there are few things more effortlessly cool than the classic beat-it-til-it-breaks diver`s watch. We could have spent our money on a plastic G-Shock if function was our only concern. There will always be nits to pick, especially on a watch this cheap where quality control really becomes an issue. My particular watch has a lot of unpleasant grinding when the crown is screwed in and out. I don`t know if the threads were badly machined or if they are just clogged with some kind of grime. I massaged the visible threads with a little waxed dental floss, which has improved things, but I`m under no illusions that the crown threads may simply get stripped over time. Not a huge concern since the watch is so cheap and, because it`s quartz, I should only have to unscrew the crown every couple months or so (to change the date and account for daylight savings). Also - it is a big watch. It`s relatively thin and the lug length is relatively short so it`s still (barely) wearable on my small wrist, but it`s definitely not modestly proportioned like the vintage Rolex Sub it is imitating. At 39-40mm with 20mm lugs, this watch could have made me a one-watch guy. Oh well - nothing in life is ever perfect.