Casio Men's Data Bank Quartz Watch with Resin Strap, Black, 18 (Model: F91WM-9A)
Price:PKR. 7,788.00 /
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- Product value: PKR 3740
- Customs and clearance: PKR 4048
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- Total: PKR 7788
Roger MyersRating:5.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2017
Review:1. Very Durable and Reliable 2. They will last 10 Years... except the strap. ( $3 bucks) 2. Battery last 5 years. Then it is probably best to buy a new watch. Price of battery + Strap is as much as the watch. 3. VERY INEXPENSIVE $ 15 4. The most lightweight watch out their. Very water resistant. I shower, bath, swim with it on. 5. Casio make at least 10 models of this watch. I prefer the one with the backlight, But bought this one for the gold like looks and a little more variety. 6. I've got about 4 of these... the bands go and I just buy a new one, since it is easier. 7. Casio has been making this watch for probably 30 years. I have other nice dress watches, but you have to wind them or replace the batteries yearly. You can't go wrong on this watch. For the cost of 3 Starbucks you've to a go to watch for any sport . I also have a Polar. Read more
Mrs. HRating:5.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2018
Review:Very light, old school looking watch. Wore it only couple times, more as a stylist accessory rather than as chronometer. The golden case however does look like it can easily get scratched and worn out if to wear it every day. I personally don’t plan to wear this watch day to day, I just really enjoy having it and wearing it sometines, purely for fun and pleasure - it reminds me of my childhood ☺️. ... I was so surprised that Casio actually still makes these watches)))) owe, love it!)) Read more
CaseKnifeLoverRating:5.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2018
Review:My last F91-W lasted 22 years. It was an absolute beast, surviving everything I threw at it. Full submerging, mud caked over it, falling through a ceiling, and reaching to the bottom of a solvent bucket. It “failed” when the stay started breaking. So I bought a new one. Can’t recommend them enough. This one has an okay gold finish with a slight metallic bent. Read more
Andrew ShiehRating:5.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2019
Review:I’ve been using this watch for more than six months now and I can proudly say it’s worth the buy. I’ve been to beaches last summer and had wore it under water. The watch still works perfectly right now. Plus, CASIO is a well-known brand for watches so you can’t go wrong with that. Overall, the watch is stylish and works perfectly and simple to operate. Read more
johnnyhopkinsRating:5.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2018
Review:Smartest watch around. Does it tell me my pulse? No. Does it take away my pulse like a 350$ smart watch would? Also no. Perfect for timing myself at the gym. Read more
GretchenRating:4.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2018
Review:I've had it on for less than an hour, so I'll edit my review after it's gotten some real usage, but for those concerned about the band size: The user guide says not to wear it too tight; you should be able to slide one finger underneath the band while it's on your wrist. It fits my ~6 inch wrist just fine. For the benefit of others looking into this watch, I loosened it and fastened the buckle in the last hole and slid it up my forearm until it fit, but while I was still able to fit a finger underneath the band and my arm. You should probably never buy a watch that only fits using the last hole. With this watch, the loop that holds the end of the band in place can't even cover the band end when loosened to this degree. The largest wrist this could *accommodate* would be 7.5" in diameter. The largest wrist this could fit comfortably on would be below 7.25" Read more
The ReedmanRating:3.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2019
Review:Pros: Cheap. Relatively impact resistant. Easy to set time and date, stores month so day only has to change on leap year, didn’t even need booklet to go over controls. Strap fits very small wrists. Case size looks normal for very small wrists. Cons: Extremely lightweight and flimsy feeling. No water-proofing, merely “water resistant”. Buttons are very small. Overview: This watch is a name brand for very cheap with a “movement” that is accurate and easy to use. As an adult this watch will not suffice, however for a younger child, this would be a decent option as opposed to other cheap watches at this price point. Read more
Adam TheuneRating:5.0 out of 5 stars
Date:Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2021
Review:I got over smartwatches pretty fast since IMO having to dock a watch every two days kind of defeats the purpose of a reliable timepiece. I don't even care that this makes me sound old, anyone with a similar opinion will love this watch since it's about 1/20th of the price and won't need a recharge for about 7 years. Plus it's classic style is known and distinguished among generations, so you get style points without going broke, even if you decide to keep a couple extras in different colors. My job is very hands on, so the low profile durability on the wrist is another serious win. I'll occasionally even sleep with this thing on just from forgetting to take it off. One last note on the backlight. This has the tiny side LED (green bulb). I debated getting the illuminator versions (the solid blue backlight) since they're brighter and more even-lit. But you don't get the face color options when going for the illuminator style backlight (since the f91w in particular wasn't made with illuminators), and trust me, you don't need it unless it's nearly pitch black, and the green light is adequate the few times you would need it, the panels alone are just as easy to read as a sheet of paper. Read more
Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 19, 2021
Review:Waste of money, watch strap snapped after one use. Poorly made, probably a knock off. Read more
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Date:Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 4, 2020
Review:Brill. Read more
Date:Reviewed in Canada on January 20, 2018
Review:I always remembered the casio when I was a child and bought this one to relive the memories. Still functions the same. This watch takes a beating and is good for anyone young and old. I just wished the light would be a little bit brighter and lights up on both sidea. The light source only comes from he left. alarm and stop watch works perfectly. Read more
Date:Reviewed in Mexico on August 3, 2018
Review:Es un bonito reloj, el material de la correa es de resina, pensé que era de metal dorado pero el reloj es de plástico con una buena pintura dorada, si se desgasta se nota el plástico blanco. La luz no es uniforme en toda la pantalla. Read more
Date:Reviewed in Canada on July 21, 2019
Review:I'm not sure if the other people who took photos of this phone were children or very small adults, but I have an average-sized wrist (6.75") and this watch is extremely small. When set at one of the last notches (where i could still tuck the strap into the strap-sleeve ?) you can see it cuts into my wrist. On most men's watches im using the using a notch in the middle of the strap. This shouldn't be advertised as a men's watch. Read more
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