Top critical review
One person found this helpful
Updated: Broke after 1 week light use
on January 4, 2012
Updated 1/15/2012: The analog portion of the watch broke after 1 week of extremely light use. The analog hands no longer move or hold time.
Orignal review 1/8/2012: It's stylish and a perfect size for medium sized wrists. The analog portion of the watch is easy to read, even in low light. It does not have a second hand, which means there is no annoying ticking.
As one other reviewer noted, the digital portion of the watch is very hard to read in low light. The readout is very small. The alarm on/off indicator is very very small. However, in good light, the digital readout for the time is easy to read.
Setting the watch is very easy. Basically, one button to scroll through the digitial functions, and the other button changes the setting (eg, hours, minutes, day, etc). The analog time has only one button to set the time, so that's also very easy.
The watch has (a) analog (regular hands showing hours and minutes), and (b) digital readout showing one of the following (you must scroll through to see each): (i) time including seconds, (ii) date, year, and day of week, (iii) daily alarm time, and (iv) stop watch (sorry, don't know if it's split time).
This watch would be perfect if it had a light and also if the digital readout was slightly larger.
Still, easily this is five stars, especially for the price.