So far so good! Arrived on time (5 days). Looks great. Face is a hair smaller than I anticipated but looks good. I've seen other reviews that mention the hands are difficult to see in some settings, I can't disagree with that.
Not bad for most people, but the slide rule is grossly inacurate plus dust inside window
4 out of 5 stars
DisappointedCustomer - 2 years ago
It is DISAPPOINTING that Casio didn't pay attention to making the slide rule accurate enough. And the slide rule was the first reason why I purchased this watch. First, the tick marks didn't align well on the two scales. So obvious, so bad! I suspect that the higher end watches from Casio suffer from the same sloppiness: in pictures of their Edifice model the scales are shifted with respect to each other so that this sloppiness wouldn't be immediately obvious. I call this cheating. Second, log spacing is not accurate on either scale: tick marks are further then they are supposed to be in the middle of the scale (30 - 70) and are back to where they are supposed to be near the ends of the scales. So, when you multiply 5 by 5, you get 24.5. A slide rule made of paper gets you about 10 times better precision. This is a pity because mechanically the slide rule on the watch is perfect. The glass of the watch has a few dust particles on the inner side, which spoils the first impression about this watch. Apart from the problems described above, the build quality is good, so most people will find this watch acceptable. Also, it IS waterproof. At least, it is suitable for swimming. I didn't dare to dive since it is not advised by the manufacturer, which is in contradiction with the claim that the watch is water resistant down to 50m depth. The watch seems worth the price tag, although a couple of really simple things would make it much better.