Casio Men's G9000-1V G-Shock Mudman Digital Sports Watch
|Price:||CDN$ 112.57 FREE SHIPPING.|
- Quartz movement
- 1/100 second stopwatch (ST1), measuring modes: elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times
- Shock Resistant, mud Resistant, 1/100 second stopwatch (ST2)
- Auto Dual EL backlights with Afterglow, low Temperature resistant (-20 C/-4 F)
- Water-resistant to 660 feet (200 M)
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Casio|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case diameter||46 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||16.3 millimeters|
|Band width||18 millimeters|
|Special features||chronograph, light, shock-resistant|
|Water resistant depth||660 meters|
Perfect for the person that cant get enough technology, this watch will keep you looking great, while keeping you punctual, provided you dont lose track of time fiddling with this watchs nifty chronograph. In addition to this cool feature, this timepiece features an alarm, timer, light, and water resistance to 200 meters. Plus with its 46mm resin case and 23mm black band, this watch proves to be more than just an ordinary sport watch.
Keep your training on schedule even in harsh weather conditions thanks to this Casio G-Shock Basic men's sport digital watch (model G9000-1V), which is both shock- and mud-resistant. This powerfully styled watch features a durable black resin case (accented by red buttons) and resin band. It offers a 1/100-second stopwatch with a 60-minute measuring capacity as well as a 24-hour countdown timer. It has four independent daily alarms (with one snooze alarm) and an optional hourly time signal. Other features include a scratch-resistant mineral crystal, AfterGlow LED electro-luminescent backlight, and water resistance to 200 meters (660 feet)--suitable for recreational scuba diving.
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For the price it is a good deal for what features you receive. Regardless of what others say ; the buttons on mine are very hard to push and many times require multiple pushes to make contact. They are so frustrating that I rarely wear this watch and opt for my Rangeman or Frogman.
The shipping cost was reasonable, but I was unaware they were literally coming on a "slow boat from China" (actually Singapore).
Yes, the buttons are hard to press but unlike other watches, the buttons are hard to get dirt and mud into (hence the mud-proofness).
Very happy with this watch
edit: I'm adding something that I noticed last week (4 months after purchase): There's a tiny bit of condensation forming on the inside of the watch. I removed a star for that because this being a waterproof watch, it seems to me it should have been sealed in a dry environment to not trap humidity in there. So either it was not sealed right, or moisture found its way in.
I contacted support and I was informed that a little bit of condensation, that goes away after roughly half a minute is normal if going from dry to humid environment or very cold into hot (iirc).
This may have been the case, as I was outside in minus 20 C and very dry and noticed it when I got back inside (warm and humid). It also didn't last long. So I will put back the star, and if it doesn't get worse and only occurs under those circumstances, will leave it at 5.
3rd edit: (1 year later) It got worse. I sent it in for repair, but they did nothing to it. It's actually pretty ridiculous. I was out in the cold last week, and the half that was at the edge of my jacket sleeve was completely covered in condensate, whereas the warmer part, was clear. I still get condensation when coming out of the shower.
Terrible. I am pulling out two more stars. Otherwise the watch is still good and sturdy, but I wouldn't pay for another one. I'll try to get it replaced by my credit card's warranty extension. If they do, I'll update again.
I've read that people find the buttons hard to press. The buttons are stiff but not so stiff as to be a physical struggle of Herculean proportions as reported. I'm 67 and no he-man; I can press the buttons while balancing a kayak on open ocean. It's easy to do: use a fingertip and press. If you are timid, try it first on dry land with both feet on the ground. Buttons too stiff to press? We have surely raised a generation of wimps.
Download the online manual. It makes setting up the watch so much easier to be able to read the instructions without Antonie van Leeuwenhoek's microscope. The watch is not difficult to set up; complexity depends how many features you want to use. The City Code Table is at the end of the manual.
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