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It's lovely, with a couple flaws,
This review is from: Casio Women's LRW200H-7BVCF Watch (Watch)
I needed an analog watch with a second hand for my nursing classes. I chose this one cause it looks cute and it's not too flashy or gaudy, just simple and pleasant looking. I like the touch of colors to the numbers, I think it makes the watch more attractive and not so bland and ugly. and the fact that the rotating thingy on top allows me to use it as a timer which is good for me to check for pulses and whatnot. I'm also glad it's waterproof so I don't need to take off my watch to wash my hands and I can go swimming with it if I want to.
everything was perfect for a week then a couple disappointments came along.. I wear dark blue scrubs. and this watch is all white. The blueness started rubbing off on the whiteness. It's not a huge noticeable stain, like no one else would see it unless I held it close to them, but as the wearer you notice the details more so I was upset to see my clean watch become a bit soiled so soon after I bought it. also the top rotating timer thingy with the numbers.. part of the paint on the zero of the 30 second mark is also faded off. Kinda sad. My watch looks older than it really is..
but the watch functions perfectly. I wish the style of it was more durable cause I know I would keep this as my main watch for a long time but now I'll be searching for a replacement, well not that soon, but sooner than I would have liked.
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Initial post: Nov 19, 2013 6:24:47 PM PST
That happened to the underside of mine, too. I still love this watch, though! I bought mine for nursing clinicals as well and think it's perfect for that:)
Posted on May 28, 2014 3:50:38 PM PDT
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 7, 2014 7:00:47 PM PDT
Allie - The reviewer was referring to the bidirectional bezel which allows you to rotate the the arrow to a starting time and use to read elapsed time. It is the ring with the arrow on it that encircles the dial on the outside of the watch. I am totally confident that the reviewer knows what the second hand is and how to use it.
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 7, 2014 9:36:40 PM PDT
Jesus Crust says:
Thank you for understanding me.
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 11, 2014 9:18:56 AM PST
Rebecca A Moore says:
She's talking about the bezel NOT the second hand! Why are you so fast to criticize. Ha--you were WRONG!
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