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Same lol, my cosplay uses white Bruins which had a blue swoosh, painted red by yours truly!
As far as your watch goes, you can ~~did~~ get them fairly easy. Marty wore a Casio calculator watch throughout the series, and Amazon has the exact model for $20!
EDIT: what did I do to deserve autocorrect fucking me over so consistently lately??
Casio Calculator, Cheap and Useful. Don't get hims something snazzy as it's likely to get poop or blood on it. I've also found that a pricey time piece makes you a target for muggers, who are sometimes your patients...
Casio Calculator Watch on Amazon
Casio CA-53W il mio sogno nerd bagnato da bambino, costava l'ira di dio 25 anni fa, ora te lo tirano dietro.
For those wondering this is the watch in the picture, the top review is from the picture above.
11/10 would impulse buy again.
To be honest I only ever use the calculator when somebody calls me out on it and my fingers are too fat to use it well. But I think if you want a digital watch its got a great retro look and is more interesting than the face of a regular digital watch. I own this one.
Buy a Casio Calculator watch. It's basically an iWatch beta. Also, chicks totally dig them. Take a hot date out to dinner and impress him/her by calculating exactly what the tip is going to be. Washing your hands and accidentally get water on your dope Casio? Don't sweat it, this shit is water resistant. Hey it's Halloween and you don't know what to dress up as, totally bummer. Guess what, Marty McFly sports a Casio calculator watch in Back to the Future. "But /u/superhappyfuntime, I'm too broke to afford a watch that is this cool". Don't worry, this hot piece of tech gear is under $20.
Here is a link because I love you.
I love Casio watches; check this out. I rarely use the calculator, but it looks pretty cool.
Not the correct jacket, shirt or vest.
That watch is currently $15 on amazon.
The Pepsi perfect bottle is gonna go on sale for $20.15 on Oct. 21st.
The Almanac, Oh Lala, and other items are all available for pretty cheap on Amazon. (And some of them you can even print yourself!)
Save the money and do it yourself!
Guys. They still sell these. Fifteen bucks on Amazon. Totally worth it.
(And I'm trying to throw the horns, but it just came out look like I had had a shop accident.)
I think I’m watching it on the Casio Calculator Watch but the screen is way too small to be sure. What show is it?
You could go with the ever fashionable Casio Calculator Watch. Not sure if you wanted something with more functionality, but it should be able to do the conversions for you.
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Currently on sale at amazon for 16 bucks. It's normally 24.
Nothing beats a Casio with a calculator:
Casio Men's Vintage CA53W-1 Calculator Watch [link]
On amazon, lists 165 feet of WR.
Good evening Watch Exchange people. I am selling 3 watches + 3 straps for $99 USD including shipping, CONUS only. International shipping: please message me so we can discuss details.
I would like to sell everything together. Not trying to split up at the moment. Could possibly be interested in trades, maybe something in the Seiko family but I am open to suggestions.
Feel free to DM me offers. PICTURES + TIMESTAMP
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Did not wear this much and has interesting capabilities (storing phone numbers) but a decent watch for someone just starting out with watches
Not much to say about this that you probably don't already know.
details from amazon
keeps really good time but just a little too small for my wrist. some light scratches and scuffs but would definitely come out with some TLC. Comes on a black deBeer Breitling Style Oil Tanned Leather strap but i broke the quick release knob. You should be able to still get it out. also comes with an extra gold buckle.
comes with 3 straps: Black leather nato strap 18mm, Black leather anti allergic strap 18mm, and navy/gray NATO strap 22mm
TL;DR: If you already know you want a smartwatch, this watch is fantastic. But it is NOT a case of "I never realized how much I needed this!"
I have... mixed feelings about it. It was a surprise birthday gift, so I never really wanted one in the first place. I turned Do Not Disturb on, so I don't use it for notifications. My subdivision is laid out in such a way that my running exercises consist of looping around the same blocks multiple times. This cripples the GPS tracking functionality. I don't use it for the weather because I already have a habit of asking my Amazon Echo about that. I generally don't use Google Assistant, but it's not like I have some kind of vendetta against it. The Shazam app literally just doesn't work. At all. I don't use Google Pay. Etc. Etc.
On the hardware side, again, it's really nice, but I personally can't get behind it. It's as small as any regular luxury watch, but my previous watch was a replica Casio Calculator watch https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000GB1R7S that was impossibly light and never shifted on my wrist, and before that I had a Fitbit. (one of those thin vertical models) It fit my wrist like a glove. As a result, in comparison, I don't like the way this watch fits. But that's probably more a result of the watch's band, where 2 holes is too tight and 3 holes is too loose. Fortunately, it can be replaced with any standard 22 mm wide watch band. So I guess it's really a good thing? Next up: The main digital crown is machined the same way as the crowns for Fossil's traditional watches. On a traditional watch, the crown is used to adjust the time. That is, it's used very sparingly. As a result, you need two fingers to twist it instead of one. This gets uncomfortable fast, especially during the (still fresh in my mind) setup process. It's also unnecessarily sensitive. "Are you trying to set a one minute timer? If you twist that digital crown, you're going to blow past it and land on 3 minutes immediately!" The crown's button already feels mushy, which is worrying. But again, this is an unfair assessment. My dad has a Samsung Galaxy Watch (I think). The massive and nigh-frictionless ring surrounding the entire display feels amazing to use. I am unfairly comparing this device to a Samsung watch burdened with immutable fitness notifications and a Bixby button. And finally, the charging cable looks and feels worse than even an Apple iPhone cable. I would have preferred some kind of universal wireless charging standard so that I can stop being paranoid about how I replace the cable when it breaks.
I really only use the watch for the flashlight functionality (great when it's late at night and you need to plug something in or get a glass of water.) and timers. Lots and lots of timers. The buttons that flank the digital crown feel great and are used to instantly launch apps. For what I use it for, it's fantastic.
So my final verdict is, if you want a smartwatch for the smartwatch functionality, that is, notifications, weather, and Google Assistant on your wrist, this is great. If you want something that looks like a traditional luxury watch, this literally uses the same housing as some of Fossil's regular watches. There are a lot of incredible apps that cater to the power user market: NavExplorer can turn your wrist into an 8 gig FTP server. (probably realistically 6 gigs because of apps and the os.) The Google Maps app is more accurate than my phone ~~because my phone's compass is broken.~~ There's a camera app that lets me remote control my Pixel 2's camera. Wear Gestures Launcher is incredibly accurate and makes launching many of my apps pretty much instant. But all of that coolness is lost on me. Maybe I'll start using it more when I get out of the house and go back to university this fall. I really don't want to be negative against this thing. My theory about why I am is that, because I only use it for a few basic things (the time, timers, and the flashlight) I'm able to focus on the pain points rather than the incredible and varied functionality. So really, this watch does everything, and it does it well. I just don't use it well.
He bought it off amazon a few days ago, they are pretty cheap! Only $16.50 link: Casio Men's CA53W-1 Calculator Watch [link]
Go classic Casio calculator watch. Makes it easier to add up the miles: [link]
I just bought one for my dad, he was amazed they still made them!
How about 90s kids watch? May not be vintage but it is retro.
There are different versions, I just linked the same one as the pic.
The Casio CA53W Calculator Watch is my favorite quirky watch. It's super cheap, funcgtional and great for starting a conversation. And if that isn't enough for you, it's the watch McFly wears in Back to the Future.
Or you could be cool like me
Even back then I had a calculator everywhere I went.
Nothing beats the classic Casio calculator watch IMO.
Just take a look at the reviews.
I don't wear one casually but at work I wear a Casio CA53W. Gotta love the classics.
You can still buy them!
Here you go.
Or like being confused why anyone wouldn't be satisfied with a $15 Casio smartwatch.
Casio Men's CA53W Calculator Watch - $15
Gerber 22-47161 Fast Draw - $27
Fenix LD01 - $31
Have some money left over for batteries or a tactical pen
Actual C-80s from the 80s? Or a bunch of the new and quite cheap ones?
I've had this for a while and personally recommend it.
I got mine from Amazon for $16.
You could combine your need for time on your wrist and your calculator with one easy gadget. If you do this you won't need to spend as many minutes using both gadgets. Here is the link
I have the Casio CA53W and I love it. It's affordable, lightweight, and it has amazing battery life. It has a calculator built in, with an alarm, dual time, and a stopwatch. It's great.