• Designed to survive just about anything you can throw at it
• A feature-rich watch; highly functional for sports and outdoor use
• One of the best sport watches for women and men athletes
You have to manually adjust both digital and analog time separately.
Performance: This is a watch that's built to survive any sport or training program. It's lightweight and sits comfortably on your wrist, but you can feel just how solid it is every time you move your arm. The durable material can survive a beating, and you won't have to worry about the watch as you run, train, swim, row, cycle, hike, or lift weights.
Like all G-Shock watches, this timepiece is shock-resistant, can handle up to 200 meters of water, and is resistant to magnetism. You get about 3 years of battery life, and you'll find that it's a very accurate watch. It's a good-looking watch as well, as the red contrasts beautifully with the black watch case and band with its white accents. All in all, worth it!
Features: The watch comes with a digital screen that will do more than just display the time—it can also show date, speed, stopwatch, timer, and more features. You can cycle through the display modes easily, and you'll love how it includes the functionality of a digital watch into a classic analog timepiece.
The EL backlight allows you to check the digital time after dark, though a few users have complained that the light isn't bright enough. You get an accurate stopwatch, a calendar, dual time feature, a daily alarm, and the ability to switch between 12 and 24-hour formats. A great timepiece with all the features you need for your runs or workouts.
Price: $42 is a very reasonable price to pay for this durable watch. You'll find that it can keep up with your active lifestyle. No matter what you do--practice Yoga, go paddleboarding, lift weights, or run marathons/Ironman races—this sports watch will handle itself!
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