Casio Men’s MQ24-7B2 Analog Watch with Black Resin Band

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Casio Men’s MQ24-7B2 Analog Watch with Black Resin Band

Casio Men's MQ24-7B2 Analog Watch with Black Resin Band

  • Round watch with logoed white dial featuring Arabic numeral markers
  • 35 mm plastic case with protective resin glass dial window
  • Quartz movement with analog display
  • Black resin band with buckle closure
  • water resistant

Splash Resistant / Round White Face / Black Resin StrapWith a classically casual style, the quartz-powered Casio Men’s Analog Bracelet Watch #MQ24-7B2 features a white dial face, which is embellished with stand-out Arabic numerals and minute indexes and comes protected by a durable mineral dial window. A black resin band is equipped with a sturdy buckle clasp. Other details include a black-tone, plastic, stationary bezel and 35-millimeter plastic case. Sleek and sporty, this handsome timepiece brings an easy functionality to your fast-paced lifestyle.

List Price: $ 10.25

Price: $ 8.41

Casio Men’s DBC32-1A Data Bank Black Digital Watch

Casio Men's DBC32-1A Data Bank Black Digital Watch

  • Digital watch featuring calculator keys, backlight, four multifunction alarms, and one alarm with snooze
  • 41 mm resin case with mineral dial window
  • Japanese quartz movement with digital display
  • Resin band with buckle closure
  • Not water resistant

List Price: $ 26.95

Price: $ 24.93

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  1. 61 of 63 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Loving This Watch Already!, April 26, 2015
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    Nicole (FL) -
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    This review is from: Casio Men's MQ24-7B2 Analog Watch with Black Resin Band (Watch)
    I came across this watch after muddling through hundreds of watches online, looking for just the perfect one for the clinical classes I'm about to start in nursing school this coming summer. I needed a watch that was comfortable, cheaply priced (I'm a broke college student), easily replaceable, with a secondhand and for personal tastes, one that looked simple and sweet. This watch has fit all of my expectations, plus it's comfortable. It's so light, and I can't even feel the band pulling or tugging or irritating my skin or anything like that so I'm pretty happy because I hadn't even thought of the comfort myself before previously buying it. Moving on, I saw a review on here that gave it a bad rating because they thought it was difficult to set the time, and honestly, I would say ignore that review! It's literally so easy to set the time, and it even has the manual telling you how in one sentence. But, basically all that you do is pull out the little silver crown on the side (which by the way don't be afraid to pull, I was hesitant to pull it to roughly at first also) until you hear or feel a little click, and then simply rotate it to the time you want, push the crown back in, and tada! All done. I was so fearful because of the one review I saw but I was surprised to see how it easy it was. Anyways as to durability, water resistance, and all that, I'm not sure yet because I've only had it for a an hour in a half but even if it's not that great, I don't think I'll be upset because the price tag is so low that I can tatter it up in clinical classes, and easily get a new one without feeling so down and out about the money being spent. But that being said, I do plan to check back in for you guys at the end of summer and let you know how It fairs after all the hand washing, and heavy use. I'd also like to mention that I'm a woman and that if you're thrown of by the title because it says "Men's," don't be! This watch looks equally as good on women, it's not to big, it's in just the right spot to be what I consider unisex. I'd even lean on the side of saying that it's kind of small as many reviewers have mentioned. But I think that people with medium sized wrist can get away with it, I'm not 100% sure because I personally have small wrists. Adding to this, If it's of any help to anyone, I wear mine on the 7th hole as someone with small wrists, so I think that for people with medium wrists there's still plenty of room on the band. Overall, I think that if you're thinking of going for this watch you should! It's a great value for a simple and classyish-looking every day watch.
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    Nicole2017-11-09 18:49
  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars One Job Wonder, August 18, 2016
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    Eric Guel Waco (Waco, TX) -
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    This review is from: Casio Men's MQ24-7B2 Analog Watch with Black Resin Band (Watch)
    This watch is amazing.

    I've always preferred an analog watch to the cold, hard precision of digital time keeping devices. For me, an analog unit not only gives the precise time, but also an overall bird's eye view of the time in general. To be able to see the exact time in relation to the overall 12 hour span of time is what makes analog special.

    About the watch, yes, again, it's amazing. It has one job: tell time. It does that job to perfection. It's so lightweight and unobtrusive, I sometimes forget I have it on my wrist. It's so stylish and countercultural, it feels like it's from another era. It's so affordable, I have no fear of losing it, banging it up, or destroying it ... I'll simply buy another one.

    Cell phones may have killed watches, but don't tell that to this Casio MQ24-7B2!
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    Aletheia2017-11-09 19:18
  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars A Poorman's Swatch withouth the Cost., December 2, 2014
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    Aletheia (Auburn, WA) -
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    This review is from: Casio Men's MQ24-7B2 Analog Watch with Black Resin Band (Watch)
    A classic and simple watch for all occasions. If you are looking for budget/inexpensive water resistant watch yet stylish, then consider this Casio model.
    1. It looks much like Swatch Original (but w/o the date function), but not the cost. Swatch costs apprx. $56.00.
    2. Ticking is very silent, while Swatch is loud.
    3. Resin band is thinner than I thought.
    4. Watch is very light.
    5. Numbers are clear to read, but not at nights - no glow in the dark hands or numbers.

    All in all, I am happy with the purchase. Again, if you are looking for a watch under $10 that is not a digital watch, this is a great choice! Highly recommended!
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    Anonymous2017-11-09 19:24
  4. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars ho hum..., August 25, 2014
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    swell (California, USA) -
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    This review is from: Casio Men's DBC32-1A Data Bank Black Digital Watch (Watch)
    I got tired of waiting for the Apple watch that will leave this 1970 technology in the dust, so I bought another Casio. I'm a long time Data Bank user but frustrated. I've always worn my watch in the shower and swimming, but I can't tell if this is water resistant. One other reviewer said so- but why won't Casio make it clear?

    All the previous watches were weak where the band attaches and this one looks similar. I recommend switching to a flexible wrist band to reduce strain on the connector pins.

    On the 'bright' side- this has an excellent light, and you can make it automatic so that it lights whenever you turn your wrist to see the time. The display is more readable than many past models. There doesn't seem to be any option to type letters from the keyboard (don't be like me- read the manual for that kind of info).

    Overall, it seems to be 'dumbed down' from the best previous models but what it does do seems more accessible. Please comment if you can point to an official statement about water resistance.
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    swell2017-11-09 20:16
  5. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect, June 14, 2017
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    This review is from: Casio Men's DBC32-1A Data Bank Black Digital Watch (Watch)
    I'm a huge fan of the Databank series; both because of functionality and aesthetic. I had the CA-53W for awhile, and decided I'd "upgrade". I put the word upgrade in quotes because although this model has a light and a phone book (which I think is really cool!), it drops water resistance from the previous model. I showered with the old watch everyday, even scuba dived in the Grand Cayman Islands (despite the manual saying you shouldn't), and it's perfectly fine to this day, almost a year later. This watch has the look that I like, also a bunch of neat functions, but the loss of water resistance is unfortunate because otherwise I believe it would be perfect.

    EDIT: 20170614
    The individual keys on the pad are a bit harder to push down, surprisingly, than the previous model. They also seem to be a tough sort of plastic, unlike the rubber feel of the CA-53W. For what it is does though, I still believe the product is worth 4 stars.

    EDIT: 20170619
    Over the past week, I've noticed the wristband is a bit squeaky. Also, I've been steadily taking this watch with me in the shower/bath, sometimes fully submerged, and no signs of water damage at all (i.e water under the screen, buttons not working, etc).

    EDIT: 20171028
    My watch is still very much functional/reliable, even with showering everyday with it. It's accrued a couple of scratches on the screen, but nothing too crazy. About a month ago, I went to look at the time and noticed a bunch of jibberish (random characters) on the screen. However, pushing one of the buttons cleared it and that problem hasn't happened again since.
    As I've used the phone book more, I've come to realize it's ashame the numbers don't double as a keyboard, kind of like a phone, or T9.
    Again, I use this watch everyday, and will continue to do so until a better Databank model is released. (Hopefully with a light and guaranteed water resistance).
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    Julius2017-11-09 20:56
  6. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars A perfect starter and excellent product., August 25, 2016
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    This review is from: Casio Men's DBC32-1A Data Bank Black Digital Watch (Watch)
    This watch is absolutely fantastic. The display is large, crystal clear, and surprisingly resistant to scratches. (As a service tech, that's a big plus!) Unfortunately, the strap and clasp that come with the watch feel rather fragile compared to the robust centerpiece, especially the clasp, which is plastic. Nonetheless, I've had no problems with the watch, and figured out how to set the time, alarms, and enter database entries in under 10 minutes, without the instruction manual.
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    Amazon Customer2017-11-09 21:17