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The Casio Mq24 has been my perfect watch and daily wear for a couple years now. However i had the battery swapped at walmart and they ruined the water resistant seal, then the band snapped a few days later. Im about to buy the same model to replace it and maybe get the different face options too, but i thought I'd check here to get something a little more permanent and scratch resistant instead. I basically want the same watch but less disposable, still small and thin with a straightforward face and no extra complications. Link for reference below, i apologize for not formatting it properly
If you're looking for something cheap (and 2 day shipping with prime), I recommend this. It's easy to read and has very clear minute markers, which are essential IMO, and it comes in men's and women's. Highly recommend!
Someone asked him on twitter what the watch was and he responded with this amazon link. :) [link]
I'm looking for a watch with this sort of form factor, but also has a rotating bezel. Do such watches exist?
I also went with a Casio, though slightly different than yours.
I like it a helluva lot better than my old shiny, in-your-face, big-ass watch.
Edit: It's essentially the same exact watch, except for the face.
Here's a plain and simple watch that wouldn't break the budget: [link]
You could try some of the watches Casio has, like this: Casio Men's MQ24-7B2 Analog Watch with Black Resin Band [link]. They are a great, affordable place to start.
If you can read analog, this one is pretty good: [link]
They are somewhat right in those aspects but I think it’s a decent watch for a casual everyday outfit. You can always buy a cheap $15 Casio for your work watch that you won’t mind banging up. Here are a few that would look fine for your work environment:
Casio Men's MQ24-7B2 Analog Watch with Black Resin Band [link]
Casio F91W-1 Classic Resin Strap Digital Sport Watch [link]
Many people here will tell you Invicta isn’t a reputable brand but I think $80 is a good deal for what you’re getting. Overall if you like the style that’s all that matters. Like I said I’d get a cheaper watch for work and keep this one for everything else outside of work.
About as basic as it gets
I use this. No ticking noise: [link]
Nothing super fancy, but it's all functional and low profile. The one stand-out item is probably the wallet, which I don't think I've seen on here before. I also carry an iPhone 5c, but that's not interesting, and it had to be a camera. Links to Amazon (non-affiliate) for all (except the wallet).
Watch: Casio MQ24-7B2 - Simple analog timekeeper. Kept on wrist, not in pants (sorry for misleading title)
Wallet: TGT COWMAN 2.0 - Elastic band with a leather pocket. Much more durable than I initially thought it would be
Notepad: Field Notes Pitch Black - Dot grid memo pad (cover fell off)
Flash Drive: Verbatim Micro USB - 32GB, stored in wallet
Pen: Fisher Bullet Space Pen - Tiny when collapsed, so it fits in my change pocket
Knife: Crkt Heiho - Not a big knife guy, but it was a gift. Spring assisted. Opens boxes. shrug
Keys: Keysmart - Keeps my 3 keys compact and orderly
Here's what I got:
Actually looks pretty sharp for $9. I've even gotten a few compliments on it.
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It’s This one.
Best $10 I've ever spent on a watch.
Can't get much more minimal than this.
This is my backup watch and could see using it everyday if not for my nicer Swissarmy watch.
Cheap & sturdy. Its worked for me for well over 2 years now.