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Casio Solar Mil Style

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This just in today , Casio MRW-S300H-1B. At £32.00 inc delivery it seems a bit of a bargain. Large military style case with the advantage of being solar powered. It's a large watch measuring 52.5 x 47.9 x 13.2mm and comes in 3 designs , White / Red / green. Will take more pictures later. Cheap and cheerful beater!

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actually I meant the green one in post #1 but the other is ok too. as an aside anyone know why the casio stock shots all have the date at 5th ???

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as an aside anyone know why the casio stock shots all have the date at 5th ???

Because there are 5 letters in Casio...

...or some other eason that has nothing to do with it :lol:

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as an aside anyone know why the casio stock shots all have the date at 5th ???

Because there are 5 letters in Casio...

...or some other eason that has nothing to do with it :lol:

The five stars they hope to get in ebay feedback ratings. :partytime:

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Hey jbw,

A great buy.

I think Casio's are fantastic watches and much underrated (simply because of their price I suspect).

They have excellent build quality in my opinion and are very innovative in design.

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CasioMRW-S300H-BVDF_zps0ad32a3a.jpg

I bought 1, needed something cheap that wouldn't need too much attention, or worry if damaged, seems ok for the money though I am used to a heavier watch on my wrist and this is VERY light indeed which will take a little getting used to. Never had a solar watch before and this along with the price made me curious.

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I quite like this & have considered buying one as a beater/knock about watch - I have a couple of Casio digitals that I've used in the past as beaters but I've really gone off digitals & would prefer an analogue instead.

Can you tell what the lug width on this one is & does it have a decent lug width (from the pics it looks 18mm(ish) - 20/22mm would be better I think for a big watch), I presume the bezel ratchets?

Many thanks :thumbup:

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