It is an instant reading which does not change even if you move the watch, so doesn’t, like modern counterparts, take a reading every second. It does however have a “navigation”mode which allows you to store up to 5 sets of measurement data in memory, along with the date and time of the measurement. These can be recalled later to trace your progress on a map for example. To aid navigation the outer bezel can be rotated (N mark to line up with indicated N for example).
Month: June 2015
clarity of the green (almost gold) background digital display is really excellent and one of the best I’ve seen from any Casio to date. I also like the optional main display pattern. You can have the Calendar display in Normal Time mode indicate the Day and Date OR Month and Date OR instead the Barometric Pressure Trend Graph – this in addition to the Time and running Seconds. I prefer it set to Day and Date.
if I was looking for a gift watch for someone, this would definitely be on my short list and to my mind looks well above it’s price point. Very elegant and yet has that neat and rather subtle fashion edge with the red accented date wheel
Only has a Water Resistance to 1 ATM (supposedly 10m) , but throwing yourself into the pool probably not the best idea, but hey it’s a fashion thing, so why should it be in the pool with you anyway.