Casio F-91W-1YER Men’s Resin Digital Watch

09/08/2013 - Comment

Target Audience : Gent – Style : Sports – Item Shape : Rectangular – Colors : Black – Materials : Resin – Dimensions : 38,2 x 3,2 – Movement Type : Quartz – Water Resistance : 3 atm – Glass : Mineral – Width : 34 – epaisseur : 8 – – Spécifications : Chronograph,

Target Audience : Gent – Style : Sports – Item Shape : Rectangular – Colors : Black – Materials : Resin – Dimensions : 38,2 x 3,2 – Movement Type : Quartz – Water Resistance : 3 atm – Glass : Mineral – Width : 34 – epaisseur : 8 – – Spécifications : Chronograph, Lighting

Comments

NS Pritchard says:

Casio F91W Cars break down, phones malfunction, computers get infectedbut the F 91 soldiers on.Cheap and ubiquitous. Everybody seems to have owned one.Its “beep beep” woke thousands this morning.It measured and guided their days all long.It has a stopwatch, a light, an alarm:This is what I needand all I need from a digital watch.In moderate climes the battery will last for seven years(based on an alarm and one seconds’ worth of light use per day).I wish my life was so efficient and so certain.I wish I was so dependable.

Chris M. "Bowhill_Books" says:

Great Timepiece – but watch the strap! I’ve been buying Casio F91’s for about 15 years. It’s the classic ‘cheap Casio digital watch’ and does exactly what it says on the tin. Makes me laugh that it has acquired ‘iconic’ or ‘retro design’ status – goes to show that if you keep something long enough it comes back into fashion! Word of warning though – maybe I’m a bit rough with my F91’s, but I usually find the strap breaks after about 3 years of use, so sadly (for me at least) this watch comes with free built-in obsolescence!

Max Rebo says:

Time to Classio Casio’s were, for lack of better wording, “the dog bits” when I was younger. That seems completely bonkers on reflection, but during a time when you had to be lucky to own a GameBoy, the next best thing was to wear a digital watch that you could imagine to house an array of spy-like gizmos. They also annoyed our teachers because pressing the buttons was far more interesting than reciting what you did that weekend.Now that I no longer feel the shame for wanting a Casio F-91, I found to my surprise that they’re still being made. And it doesn’t look as though they’ve changed a bit; even the packaging is exactly the same.This is a watch that takes pride in being, from a technological view, inferior. It doesn’t have all the features that you would expect from a modern digital counterpart (that may also cost you ten times more than this Casio), but then you come to realise that 99% of those features are only appealing to yuppies and that strange man from Channel 5’s…

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