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This review is from: Casio Men's PRG-260-2CR Pro Trek Dark Blue Watch (Watch)
We tried for half an hour to read the booklet and set the time. It would go from military time to regular time but no PM. When we tried to get it to daylight savings we would end up with military time again. Even if we got everything figured out, you still need the book to do or change anything. It's great that there is a compass, barometer, altimeter, alarm and stopwatch, but after pressing "A" and then "E" and then flashing and then...well, you get the idea. If you're a techno freak, this is the watch for you. We returned it after the initial 45 minutes of working on just the date and time.
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Initial post: May 31, 2014 6:50:51 AM PDT
Not sure this is fair feedback. Because you are not technically savvy does not make the watch a bad product. I think you should remove the comment.
Posted on Jul 8, 2015 11:14:23 AM PDT
mattimeo 456 says:
i agree with milspace. also, i just got this watch and found the instructions very easy to follow. setup took a fairly short time and was actually much smoother than i was expecting. in most cases instructions for a foreign product end up being mind-numbingly confusing and extremely frustrating, but that was not at all the case here and i was pleasantly surprised. i actually enjoyed going through and learning all the 'tricks' my new watch can do. also, the use of most functions (ie. what buttons you press and in what order) usually follows a similar pattern for each function so that once you get the hang of a few, they become more self explanatory and easier such that you won't need to constantly pull the instruction book out of a drawer and rummage through it to relearn a certain function. very pleased.
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