Casio Dive Watch

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If you are in the school of thoughts that diving watches have to cost you an arm and a leg, you have not considered a Casio dive watch. A Casio watch is that not only incredibly affordable, but with most of the watchmaker's diving timepieces available from around fifty to one hundred fifty dollars; they are very solid, functional and look as good as more expensive diving watch. What's more, Casio diver watches comes bundled with a similar array of features. The bezel is crammed with information and it curved a mineral dial window gives users with the perception of a flat, deep-set front when it bellows the ocean surface.

The watch can illuminate system possesses a dual color luminous paint even green on the watch hands, blue to use in hour markers that enabling a wearer to register the dive readings even when available light is non existent in this watch. While the luminous tips of Casio dive watch have a limited lifespan in comparison of more expensive diving watches, the powerful dual LCD of the Casio can be used as backup and frames a dramatic a flash-light onto the watch front at both 6 o'clock and 12 o'clock. When you want to depress the button located at the two o'clock position, the full face of the watch is flooded with light and lasts three seconds.

Most of the Casio diving watches are rated to depths of between one hundred and two hundred meters (three hundred thirty to six hundred sixty feet) making you perfect for all the activities in and around the water such as snorkeling, swimming and recreational diving.
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