September 17, 2013
Below, excerpts from Sean Marvin's Cool Tools review.
I don’t wear a wrist watch — years of working and hobbies in which items on the wrist or hands are dangerous killed that habit.
However, I still kept a digital watch because I needed the time, stopwatch, and timer functions.
I stumbled on this kids' watch with all the features you would expect from a digital watch: time, alarm, timer, illumination, and water resistance to 50m.
My first one lasted 4 years before the spring on the clip failed; the timekeeping functions still works fine so it's now my gym watch.
I replaced it with an identical model which I wear on my belt loop most days; if I'm out hiking with a pack, I clip it onto the shoulder strap.
It may not be stylish but it is a nice durable utilitarian watch.
I must say, they had me at the second picture from the top, with that 360° within-frame rotation capability.
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Very cool, and way classier than buckling a Cassio wristband onto the belt loop of my jeans, which I did for years.
Posted by: Marianne | Sep 17, 2013 10:59:57 PM
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