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Refined functional beauty
on November 7, 2014
This is the essence of watch. It is close to perfection.
It keeps time almost flawlessly. Mine is losing about a second a month - so I'm setting it a few of seconds fast at DST changes and I'll never be more than about 4s off.
It's very clearly readable, and to my mind a good size - smaller than a lot of watches, but by no means small, nice and slim.
To get the last few points to perfection I'd rather it:
1. had glowing hands
2. removed superfluous text from the face. "Quartz", "Water resist" and serial number etc. should be on the back. I am happy for Casio to proudly display their name on the front.
It really is a triumph of modern manufacturing and, I imagine, a testament to Japanese continuous improvement and the quest for perfection in everyday things. I love it.