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The big, bold and popular GA-100 Series now has a new member. Unlike the earlier Casio camouflages, this one has the pattern on its face, not on the body. The metallic camouflage pattern stands out very well with the basic black body and the gray chapter ring. The greyish-silver hands and hour markers create a stark contrast with the camo face, offering first class readability. You got to be deliberate not to be able to read from the watch.
The Casio Camouflage Series Analog Digital GA-100CF-1A Mens Watch just not only boasts about a great design but also great features and functions. An auto-LED light and a full-auto calendar are a lot of convenience in a small pack; the shock and water resistance make it safe even when you are heading the lake during weekends. Additionally, you also get a countdown timer and World-Time detection. The Japanese designers are good with metered stimulation; suddenly coming up with the least-expected but useful offering has been the brand’s habit for quite long. Still, it’s surprisingly affordable and even with its quirks, makes for an overall great watch.
The Casio-code for it is X-Large Combi (big case, about 51mm wide and a combo of analog hands and LCD windows). It’s not the first time Casio is mixing analog with digital but this time, both elements work in a smooth visual sync, in a very fun manner. They create a rather industrial look for this electronic tool, with precision to split a second to its 1/100th part.
Digital chronographs; however, are not as rare as a digital tachymeter. It’s the first of its kind and measures speed over a pre-defined distance just the way some watch bezels/chapter rings do. With this one, you can measure speeds up to 1000mph or 1000kph and even more with the other little window.
The Casio Digital Alarm Series Analog Digital GA-100CF-1A Mens Watch can show time both in analog and digital fashions and therefore, allows you to keep track of time at a different zone permanently. Or, at least as long as you want. You can also set alarm on the second-time zone tracker. However, that and a few other pretty standard features are also stuffed into it; but they come pretty useful at times.
The Casio Camouflage Series Analog Digital GA-100CF-1A Mens Watch is more about value than high-tech gimmicks. The value price comes because there are no higher-priced functions (solar charging, atomic timekeeping, GPS etc.) to risen the overall cost. The crystal is...well, crystal-clear and cuts out on glare to a great degree. The main allure comes from the high-style dial, everything neatly stacked upon one another. The modern tale of the G-Shock has just begun!
There are many among us who do not particularly like James Bond and his movies but their admiration and for some, longing, for the Omega Seamaster Professionl Chronometer 300M 220.127.116.11.03.001 Men’s Watch is, well, admiring.
The Seamaster’s elegant, tank-like built is easily perceived from its heft. The strong visuals owe greatly to the alternating brushed and polished surfaces. The stainless steel; therefore, gets a decent, handsome look, not the excessively shining, gaudy glitter.
The crown is signed and screws in and out perhaps the smoothest! There’s not much use of the helium escape valve (it too has a sign; it is the atomic symbol for Helium) if you are only to put it under the tremendous pressures of desk-diving. The bezel rotates in one direction, its ceramic insert offering a nice touch with healthy bling. The other notable upgrade is the fonts are the same as in the Planet Ocean.
The Omega Seamaster Professional has a big fan following that was built on the merits of the watch and not the big screen. The diver and the wavy dial have now given way to ceramic bezel inserts and plain, lacquered dials; other enhancements also update the current Seamaster. These welcome upgrades turn the already-astonishing, classic dive watch into a blue, three-hander belonging to the still-upper echelons of luxury.
In the Seamaster, Omega presents a blue that’s subtle but deep; enough to help you read in pitch-dark and modest enough to hide in the daylight. This is a typical move from the disturbingly bright lume many people feel proud of. You don’t feel comfortable wearing something that glows so brightly in a social situation. The blue is itself a very subtle colour that is not as blindingly bright as a few others. The domed, sapphire crystal with ARC being completely invisible, doesn’t allow the blue to be altered in any way. On its backside, there are engravings. The Omega trademark, the sea-dragon is there, as well as few other details.
The movement is a Caliber 2500 with a beat rate of 25,200 vph (7 Hz). It is essentially an ETA 2892 but modified by Omega to earn it the chronometer certification. Omega’s co-axial escapement technology is in use here.
All that technology will bind to your wrist with a bracelet with screw-pins, not pushpins. The screw-pins make resizing easier. The clasp too is signed with the brand’s name on it.
Overall, the new Omega Seamaster Aqua is seriously different from the previous versions and vastly from the prior, classic model. If you want to add one (and just one) diver watch to your collection, the Omega Seamaster Professionl Chronometer 300M 18.104.22.168.03.001 Men’s Watch is a technologically more advanced choice to go for.