It’s not a meme boys. 2 weeks in and this watch is perfect, wear it in the shower, at the pool, at work. It wakes me up in the morning with its alarm beeps. Did nato strap it though, I find them comfy.
Casio watches are indeed pretty decent. I have one for almost 2 years now. It survived all my /out/ trips so far. even went scoba diving with it twiceIt wasn't even expencive
>>1510693>>1510691Seconded. Casio watches are like the fucking Moras of watches.
been using a normal g shock over two years now, hasn't skipped a beatbonus mention for my neglected and never worn Suunto Core, not abad watch but i really don't need it
>>1510691looks like shit
>>1510691Talk me out of buying this /out/I don't need another watch but I want it so bad
>>1512003That's pretty neat. Makes me erect.
>>1512003Will you really use all the features? If you do, aren't you better off with a Garmin? Wouldn't buying an ultralight sleeping bag, a better backpack, a high end headlamp, or whatever equipment you're missing, make your /out/ings better than that watch?
Seiko 5. (Stock photo)Because I need a watch that is a watch.
I wear the Vostok Amphibia, >200m water resistance>mechanical>under 100$>cool historyI wear it in the pool 3 times a week and whenever im hunting/fishing. I figure if im ever lost as fuck at least the battery wont die on it, just have to dial it back like a minute every week.
>>1512003>Talk me out of buying this /out/Sure. Dont get that watch, get the newer, slim ones. Like the PRW-3000
My grandfather's diving watch.He got it when he was in the Wehrmacht as a fighting mariner. I also inherited a wrist compass along with it, so that's pretty neat.
>>1512480I think you may have a problem, anon.
>>1512350I need to get one of these desu
>>1512350>mechanicalNot a selling point.
>>1512488Does it run anon? What movement?
>>1512727Aye it runs just fine. It's a mechanical watch that needs to be rewound.
>>1512727On a side note, the clockwork is actually Rolex made. The Nazis got called dibs on all of Europe's finest achievements.
>>1510691I've had a few Casios. The plastic bits the strap retention bars clip into broke on half and I lost the other half.
>>1512488Thats pretty damn cool.
>>1513376Same here I just replace them when they break.Also have a better watch I use situation ally.
>>1512453I'm going in on the Casio PRW-3000talk me out if it fellas!!!!
Not one mention of Citizen Eco-Drives, Haven't had a Casio since primary school wtf
>>1512003>>1512006>>1512111>>1512453Thanks for trying lads but my finger slipped when I was looking at it on Amazon. Oh well :)I got a 24mm nylon strap I'm going to notch and put on it too.
I use this watch for everything it does an excellent job of not dying would recommend got it on sale for cheap like 2 years ago
>>1512334Nice but fragile, the weight unscrewed on mine.
Make way for the ultimate /out/ watch brand
I use this, would not reccomend, it is a small 200m wr quartz field watch that weighs 24 grams and has seiko tier lume, but you gotta import it from Japan, and the price is the same as that famous citizen ecodrive field watch.
>>1512334The crystal scratches pretty easily and there's no manual wind. It's low profile and has an 18mm strap but it isn't the best sports watch. Factor a replacement band into the cost because the canvas it ships with isn't good. I took the canvas off and slapped it on a Casio dive watch.>>1512350factory straps on these also lick ass and factor into the cost.
>>1515460Sucks. It was only 45 USD, but I'd like to have it last five years.>>1515575No joke. The crystal has light scratches after only two months But what is that, so long as it's still readable. Same for the band. Canvas is comfy, and I'll gladly pay $5-15 when this goes.
>>1512350>Polite sageHow's the print on that Bible? I've heard good things about the translation, but poor about quality control. Blank pages, typos, and whatnot.I've a New American (Vatican II celebration), but the scholarly nature of the translation has removed some of the poetry. RSV sounds like a nice comparison, and my nephew's getting to an age where we can read large print together.
>>1516010Read The Hobbit instead. It's a better story, and it's way more historically accurate.
I put the prg-270 on a 24mm nylon band that I notched to fit the lugs (I dont like the way nato straps go under the watch body). I absolutely love this watch, and it doesn't feel as big on the wrist as you would think for 52mm. 10/10 cannot recommend enough for $90
>>1516081Your bronze age beliefs are cringe.
>>1512350the Amphibia also shrugs off saunas, but so does a Casio. The F-91W might be the toughest watch officially rated to only withstand splashes
>out watches the larp thickens
>shower, at the pool, at workThe absolute state of /out/, fatherless wagie consumerist homosexual communist slaves bragging about their purchases to people they will never meet who share a common bond of not going /out/ while adopting the lumbersexual persona to cope with their misery and lack of testosterone
>>1510691Casio party too, they last a life even with sand, humid, rock climbing. And they're cheap
>>1518886Well, nothing says "fatherless" like calling everything you don't like "communist".
>>1518886Or simply sharing with the board that the watch is indeed great.
man's watch coming through
>>1516010NRSV CE is a good translation, I think it strikes a decent balance between poetry and meaning. As for the print, this was a gift and I use a study bible of the same translation for actual reading. I didnt notice anything wrong the few times I looked through this one though. >>1516013>using Tolkien to criticize the Bible>>1517654>bronze age ended over a thousand years before Christcringe, bluepilled, and mentally retarded.
>>1518881Is that a custom dial? Also no problem with it in saunas either.
>>1512488Do you know how much this is worth if it is legit????
Still my fav for any situation
>>1519759how about getting laid?
>>1519831works good on my left wrist.
>>1519838that's a flexible left wrist anon
>>1518886which one is (you)?
My casio prg-300. Really nice /out/ watch, that I've owned for a year.
>>1519526If you mean the bezel, yes There's a bunch of different ones, you can find them on ebay. Swapping is really easy, it just pops right off.
>>1512350U could get a solar watch and not worry about the battery dying either, or one with wave-ceptor functionality so you don't have to adjust it ever. Though a regular quartz with a solar battery would also be more acccurate in that kind of situation.
>>1513961Get it anon. >>1520071I've got the prg-300 here which is basicly the non atomic clock sync version of the prw-3000. Though I would advise you one thing: don't buy one with a negative display like pic related. They have really bad sunlight legibility. And for me the twice as high price of the W version didn't make sense, I bought mine used off ebay in immaculate condition for like 80 euros.
>>1521827I bought an opened but never worn prw-3000 for $150 on ebay. not too bad! it works great.
>>1510691man, this model is the best watch ever made so far: durable, reliable, cheap and excellent quality of construction.I have the pvc one, paid only 11 euros and it is simply eternal.
>>1510691i might get this. what you think?
>>1522340Get out of here, grandpa.
all these watches are ugly and make y'all look autistic
>>1516010>>1519523Blessed and Godpilled
>>1519523>>bronze age ended over a thousand years before ChristYes, but not before the old testament.>using Tolkien to criticize the BibleThey're both works of fiction, so it's only fair.
>>1522375>Blessed and GodpilledYou mean mentally ill, right?
>>1518886He typed with furious rage on an iphone or a personal computer... A real outdoorsman would have just sent smoke signals. Fucking poser.
>>1522379Mental illness doesn't typically correlate with better mental health, longer lifespan, and better life outcomes in general. Remain seething mine friendo
>>1522412Inb4 boilerplate cope "b-but my entry level stat course in college told me 'correlation does not imply causation!'"
>>1522412I see what you're getting at, but how is believing something despite tons of evidence to the contrary not a serious mental illness?
>>1522415There is evidence. Do you need witnesses? In the last century? How about tens of thousands? Do you need photographic proof too?Check out Miracle of the Sun, or Our Lady of Zeitoun. Or Eucharistic miracles. You'll shift goalposts to explain those away, so at that point consider more intellectual arguments like the First Mover. I don't expect you to believe now or any time soon, but I can say that after a few years of open mindedness, debate and research that I lost my fedora.
>>1522428No one is moving the goal posts. It's just that the """evidence""" that your ilk presents has no basis in science. It's purely a he said, she said, thing. Witnesses are also useless in this context because they interpret whatever they see based on their religious beliefs. We need actual physical evidence, and we need that evidence to be looked at by people who aren't already entrenched in their delusions and only see what they want to see.
>>1510691somewhat cringeworthy. but this watch is cult. osama bin laden owned the F91.
This is fine
Best watch for extended (3-6 month) /out/ings?Analong only pls. Considering Casio pro trek prw-6000Y
>>1522960Timex Expedition, mine withstood everything for years until a 5 year old girl got a hold of it...Keep it away from kids and it seems to do great.
>>1522378>the old testamentGood thing im not J*wish
>>1512480>clock hands form merchant
>>1523017I've had a timex expedition field watch with indiglo lighting. Couple of things to note. It ticks really loudly. Also the indiglo lighting broke after half a year. Also the leather strap was shit and disintegrated in a couple of years. For the price it was, it was nice though and the battery lasted for like 5 years for the first time. I still have it, though I don't wear it anymore.
>>1522428This, I don't understand: why this prevented superhuman ideal? So we are born to nothing but torture and torment, that, I don't understand. Anywhere, you don't care where you go, as long as there are faithless you can make believe need help, and that you have the cure, of your intentions I'm sure. I can't bring it all to reason, you've convinced these people that all their ancestors were wrong; disoriented, they do not know where they belong. Like a virus you'll go on, and when I am dead and gone, both sides waging war will be raging in the name of one true divinity. Just convert the whole wide world, into the Abyss we are hurled, sentenced come the end of World, spare me your self-righteous word.
>>1522428Not who you replied to, but you got my attention for a moment.>Miracle of the SunThree shepherd kids get visited by white lady who repeatedly reappears to them, tells them predictions of the future including their own near death (caused by her own apparition btw, radiation is a bitch), before she lastly appears before thousands of people near Fatima in Portugal, where she is seen in a dull metal disc surrounded by a glow, dancing over the sky like a butterfly, shining drying rainbow light on all witnesses that were wet from an earlier rain.Personally, I take that account as authentic and for that very reason I disagree with you wholeheartedly that it has anything to do with your religion at all. The pope did not head the advice of the "lady mary" who appeared there and revealed the three secrets in time to humanity, so the head of church directly disobeyed the holy mother and will of god? Bullshit to the extreme. Plus, your made up religion does not match up with the facts, which are a metal craft in the sky and some white lady in it. Whoever that was, she was corporeal and needed technology to get here and do what she did. Miraculous? Maybe, certainly impressive given our current state of technology. Supernatural or divine? Nothing points at that.Same goes for the sighting at Zeitoun. Anyone having some form of advanced tech level can create apparitions like that and even the Hebrew Tanakh only mentions technological means by which Malakim visit humans (Esekiel, Enoch, etc.).
>>1518886fuck off gay
>>1522480not cringy. based
>>1522340i had one in middle school that broke off my wrist while playing basketball at recess. would not recommend
>>1510691>wear it in the showerDon't wear it in the shower, there is nothing to keep the water out on the butt side.
>>1521824I'm genuinely curious as to how long solar batteries last before they break since answers vary widely on the forums.
>>1519619>This is something given to me by my late grandfather.>WHOA bro like how much weed could you buy if you sold that????
I wear an F-84W so that I can correct anyone who identifies it as an F-91W.
>>1512350I've got an Amphibia for work, thinking about a CWC G10 for out in the field though. The acrylic of the Vostok scratches easily and I knocked off the bubble of lume on the replacement bezel I got.>>1518886>seething over a sub hundred dollar russian automatic>too much of a passive aggressive bitch boy to link the postshig
>>1527045Come on I’m sure he didn’t mean it like that. I have a vintage AS 1130 gold plated watch from ‘68 which isn’t nearly as valuable as that Panerai, but its still worth a 200-300$ and that makes my bourgeoise ass feel good sometimes
>relies on technology and electricity to tell the time
>>1512480They figured it out! Shut it down!
>>1522340Ive had one of these for years. And I mean years. It lasted me through snow, rain, water, dryness, you name it.I lost it because I left it at a ski resort. I bought one since and love it.
>>1522414>inb4 logical argument for my mentally retarded bullshitkill yourself you coping retard
>>1518886>lumbersexual>lack of testosteroneyou have to be fucking gay, i refuse to believe that you are not projecting right now.also, bonus points for this, might be the funniest and most retarded boogieman shit I ever read here>consumerist homosexual communist
>>1510691Pretty nice for hiking trails that are not well maintained and hard to stay on.
>>1510691New G-Shock. I normally main the Casio CA-53W Data-bank.>>1512211That's sick, I've never seen that sparkly-green model. Is it custom?
>>1527577If seen pieces like that go for as much as $500 USD. Sentimental value?I wouldn't part with that personally.
>>1531823>multiband>solarLiterally all you'd ever need, good choice. Like the 80's colors too.I've been using this for the last few weeks, thinking about selling it since trees fuck with the signal.
>>1526709The guy I use for watch repairs told me it's between 2 and 7 years. They are great when you don't have to change them regularly (as in per year or two) but after 5 or 7 years they will Need a replacement. At that point it will be an expensive battery and service. He said usually that the cost of a rechargeables is higher compared to changing a typical battery on a yearly basis, and most watches go on for two years.It's a cool technology but not a solution...You have a rechargeable car battery, that is to be changed every 5 years so the electronics are not getting a hit by a bad battery.
>>1512350>>1519400>>1527074Amphibia is a good bang for your buck, but I only see them in a pristine condition. As if they are kept indoors and under a sleeve.They have a soft crystal - get scratched easily.The case is soft too - can get dings when you knock it on stuff. I usually slam my watches accidentally on door frames.They are ready to work with, keep decent time, have a nice power reserve, often a date comp, easy to find mods and swap around parts from other watches.Not a Holly Grail. Seiko 5 are better IMHO.
I really like Timex Ironman series. Buttons are larger compared to small casios. Not as bulky as the large gshock. Much easier to read too.If you set up 3 alarms and two timers you can have constant reminders 5 times per day. That's a great feat: the watch informs you of passing time without you having to check it on occasion. Good for adventure running, medicine taking, a lot of s,it if you think about it. All while your eyes are looking elsewhere.
>>1517654You do realize Tolkien's works were heavily Catholic themed right? You're actually legitimately retarded.
>>1524205Apparently Timex chronographs don't tick as loud.
>>1515462I don't see why it's ultimate, but a nice watch for sure.
>>1531875No sentimental value whatsoever. Bought it from a guy for 40$ who kept it in a drawer since his grandfather passed away in ‘70something. Was given to him for his retirement in ‘68 and has the date engraved to prove it. I guess the guy didnt really understand what he had. Since Ive had it, it hasnt lost more than 3sec per day if I dare to say so (knock on wood)