I have nothing against quartz Jem in fact the opposite I like quartz always have done and my first quality watch was a seiko quartz back in 77 cost me a week and a half wages and almost cost me a divorce as well !! but some how and all respect to those that like Casios i just find the ones i have handled feel so cheap, am i a watch snob ??? :'(Casiojem said:Worse than bad John...
I thought any quartz watch was a 'lesser' watch...
TakesALickin said:I think I'll always have at least one Casio in my watch box. Currently, it's the MD-703, but earlier this year I let go of this Speedy homage. Yeah, it's quartz, but how could you not love a watch this good looking?
bigbonsai said:Hi Jeff
I had forgotten that i have a Casio Edifice (my memory is getting so bad....)
John, your pics reminded me that the watch came with a good bracelet - if memory serves, it was so nice I swapped it onto a "Poor Man's Grand Seiko" because the PMGS came with such a crummy folded link bracelet. But the Casio bracelet was nice, with solid links. Quite a watch for the $72 I paid for it!
That looks like soooo much fun G who wears a "G" O0 I've got to go do this I live 2 hours from a fantastic white water river ::thumbsup::UpstandingCitizen said:I definitely like Casios, but I'll admit that I don't wear them as frequently as other watches I've got. For me, I'll only wear 'em if the weather and the occasion calls for it.
Lucky for me summer is coming up, so I expect my two G's will see some action.
Here's a pic of me wearing my 6900 (which I just reacquired) during a white-water rafting trip last May:
G's are fantastic for stuff like that. Who knows...maybe I'll take it on another trip now that I've got it back. ;D