Greetings to all you Casio fans, a short intro to this blessed forum. I'm fairly new to WUS and certainly not one of the WUS 1%.
Dig all my Casio watch.
This is my toughest, meanest, most accurate watch in my whole entire collection. This is the one I calibrate all my autos and quartz to this very day, if that says anything.
Any work that requires dirt, rain, snow, water, blood, guts, pounding, etc. this gets the nod, takes the beating and asks for more.
I've had this watch since 2001/2002 if I recall correctly. Paid around $90 at Campmor. Best $90 spent so far.
It's also my lucky hunting and fishing watch.
When I do my European mount, it's the one to see it all.
Anyway, also got this black beauty because black watch matters.
Truth be told though, it's a little hard for me to read the digits nowadays.
I blame aging eyes.
This one will be gifted to my young lad but he likes his analog watch which I think is cool in this digital world.
I have an early morning start tomorrow so I've been getting my sh..tuff ready and I'm thinking about taking this other Casio for a spin.
The thought brought me to this forum and hence the introduction.
See you all around.
Please carry on and pardon the intrusion.
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