Casio F-91WC-4A2EF Reviews
Product Type: Casio Chronograph
Description:Brand: Casio / Unisex watch / available in a range of colours.
Newest Review: ... are fantastic. The main function of these watches is to tell time, with a bright display which is easily read even in the ... more
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Rrp £20 Casio F-91wc-4a2ef Mens DigitalOrange Watch
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Customer Casio F-91WC-4A2EF Reviews (3)
by - written on 22/08/12 (Very useful, 11 readings)
As a man in my mid 20's its inevitable that I'm a fan of most things retro. Casio watches are high up on my list! For me they symbolise the start of digital watches and all of my friends had one when I was a youngster. In my collection now I have 4 casio watches, 3 of them are of the type described here but in a variety of colours (grey, orange and blue). These watches are fantastic. The main function of these watches is to tell time, with a bright display which is easily read even in the brightest sunlight the time can be easily read by anyone with at least 1 eye. The date and day is also displayed on the clock face and these are also easily ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I have been avoiding Casio watches for years now as I always thought they were a little old fashioned but with my recent obsession with all things retro I have a actually bought two Casio watches in the past few months. They are both from the classic range and cost me £20 each from Asos.com. The classic watches from Casio come in all sorts of different bright colours and I have one in both orange and light neon blue. The strap is made from a resin material and although thin is quite sturdy and doesn't feel as though it is going to snap any second. The metal buckle equally doesn't look very strong but actually feels quite secure when ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I'm not a massive fan of watches in all honesty and I hate the idea of carrying so many electronic items that have the time and having a watch as well. With mobile phones, Ipod touches, laptops and computers all telling the time these days it makes you wonder whether watches will become redundant eventually? However the case may be, I do think watches are quite handy but I completely resent the idea of paying a lot of money for one. I do understand that if you paid £400 for a suit you wouldn't want to rock up with a plastic Casio on your wrist. However, in the past 4 years Casio watches have made a massive comeback, and have become the retro product you must own; making . Read the complete review