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- The matt black plastic strap holds a black case with a white dial. On the white dial are the number 1 to 12 in black but without the 3 which is replaced by a Day Date window with a lens. Hour and minute hands with Superlite highlights and a black second hand show the time.
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|Case diameter||38 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||9 millimetres|
|Band width||19 millimetres|
|Water Pressure Resistance||30 metres|
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The watch itself is fine. Strap a bit long for a woman's watch, or maybe my wrist is too skinny? When you cut it, the strap is ok, but the closure is still on the side of the wrist and not 180 degrees away from the watch face, which makes the watch want to turn on your arm constantly.
My only complaint is that the band has broken on every single one I've owned after 3 or 4 years of use. But considering the low cost of the watch, I don't even bother with trying to locate a new band. I just buy a new watch every few years, and I'm done.
The problems are:
-The face get super scratched quite easily. I guess that's what we all expect form a plastic watch but mine looked terribly covered in scratches in only a few weeks.
-The band broke on me...twice. It split down the middle and I had to buy another one. Additionally, the plastic buckle broke once as well. The buckle on a watch is a stress point throughout the day when you move your wrist or bump things and this plastic one didn't hold up.
-It ticks very loudly. So loudly I had to put it away from my bed at night because it was keeping me up.
So if you are super delicate with it or don't wear it often and don't mind the loud ticking this is a great, cheap watch. Those of us who put our watches through even a modest amount of wear and tear should stay away.
After having a Good Sieko in my early 20s, I tried a few Timex watches. They were okay, but the rubber bands became brittle over time. They lasted perhaps 12-18 months.
After the Timex watches, I went to Casio. They are inexpensive, comfortable, and keep good time. A Casio will generally last 2-4 years before breaking for me. I have worn Casio watches for years, and wanted to try something different with a Swiss Swatch. Oops.
If you want a good watch that is also inexpensive, I recommend Casio. They ain't fancy, but they work darn good.