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  • Anti-Reverse Rotating Bezel
  • Water-resistant to 200m (660 feet)

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The Casio Duro "Pepsi" and the original black bezel are on sale for $40


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If you have questions about Quartz, it might help to know a little bit about how that question came around.

To understand that, it helps to know a little about the Horological community. Keeping time is probably one of the least important things that a watch can do. The more complex the movement, the better. And durable/servicable is high on the list of important things.

When quartz came out, it was unproven. You cant put in a new gear to fix it....and to some in the Horological community, the soul of the watch was missing because the complex gear movement is gone.

Today though...the tech is proven. Quartz is highly accurate. More accurate than Mechanical. Quartz has proven to be durable. It can run for decades. You still need to replace
the entire movement, unlike mechanical, but this has become less of a thing.
Of course, the complex movement is still gone...and this is why some still shy away from it.

But...for the most part, those who are considering this watch are not terribly concerned about complex movement.

The only real knock that I would have on this watch is that the glass is not sapphire. It will scratch more easily.
But it is $40....so one needs to be realistic.
Quartz is honestly the real shit, if you're welding underwater pipes or hiking the backcountry you don't need to worry about springs
Classic diver and holds it's own against Seiko. Before someone says Quartz, remember quartz movements can costs thousands rivalling the best automatics.
https://youtu.be/IQt3ik4yn1M

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Classic diver and holds it's own against Seiko. Before someone says Quartz, remember quartz movements can costs thousands rivalling the best automatics.
https://youtu.be/IQt3ik4yn1M
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Quartz is honestly the real shit, if you're welding underwater pipes or hiking the backcountry you don't need to worry about springs
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1) If you want/need the black bezel sooner than 2-3 weeks from AZN.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Casio-...V/21672924

2) An alternative Casio "dive watch" with more features for a few dollars more:
https://www.amazon.com/Casio-Clas...cx_mi&th=1

3)An alternative Casio "dive watch" with more features for a few dollars less:
https://www.jcpenney.com/p/casio-...iew=medium
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Quote from whodey :
Classic diver and holds it's own against Seiko. Before someone says Quartz, remember quartz movements can costs thousands rivalling the best automatics.
https://youtu.be/IQt3ik4yn1M
Also, quartz nearly murdered all of Swiss mechanical/automatic watch market.

I've gifted black bezel Duro to my uncle who loved it. I've been wanting TimexQ but couldn't justify shelling out $200. In for 1 of this pepsi Duro for myself.
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I've been wanting TimexQ but couldn't justify shelling out $200.
Look harder, grasshopper.
https://www.amazon.com/Timex-1979...31592&th=1
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Great deal. In for one.
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I didn't buy one due to the reportedly poor battery life.
BTW, the two colors make sense when one color is for the first 15-20 min. of the bezel. This half and half color scheme is used in GMT watches to better visualize AM and PM times, so it looks gimmicky on this diver.
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IMHO Quartz without Solar is like a day without sunshine.
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Case is 44.2mm by the way.
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Quote from SonofZeus :
IMHO Quartz without Solar is like a day without sunshine.
IMHO a watch without a sapphire crystal is like a drag queen without rhinestones.
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Casio with the aliexpress Pepsi Rolex
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Bought the black bezel version for $30 at Target over 5 years ago and it has been knocked around plenty but one battery replacement halfway through and it's still ticking. Been using the same green, red and black nato strap with it since I bought it and get so many compliments.

This watch looks nicer than its price point and outside of some gnarly scratches, the watch has been a great deal for cheap daily use.
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If you have questions about Quartz, it might help to know a little bit about how that question came around.

To understand that, it helps to know a little about the Horological community. Keeping time is probably one of the least important things that a watch can do. The more complex the movement, the better. And durable/servicable is high on the list of important things.

When quartz came out, it was unproven. You cant put in a new gear to fix it....and to some in the Horological community, the soul of the watch was missing because the complex gear movement is gone.

Today though...the tech is proven. Quartz is highly accurate. More accurate than Mechanical. Quartz has proven to be durable. It can run for decades. You still need to replace
the entire movement, unlike mechanical, but this has become less of a thing.
Of course, the complex movement is still gone...and this is why some still shy away from it.

But...for the most part, those who are considering this watch are not terribly concerned about complex movement.

The only real knock that I would have on this watch is that the glass is not sapphire. It will scratch more easily.
But it is $40....so one needs to be realistic.
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