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Casio Men’s MDV106-1AV 200 M WR Black Dive Watch (MDV106-1A)

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«La necesidad no es la madre de la invención, la invención es la madre de la necesidad.» Estas son las palabras de uno de los fundadores de Casio. Las personas que crearon Casio estaban decididas a ‘inventar la necesidad’- para crear productos que satisfagan las necesidades latentes con capacidades innovadoras que nadie había visto antes. Desde entonces, Casio ha estado haciendo exactamente eso, trayendo nuevos descubrimientos y deleite a gente de todo el mundo. Esta es la forma de Casio de construir un mundo aún más próspero, rico y gratificante.

Resistente al agua 656.2 ft.

De un vistazo

Inspirado en el mar, esta correa de resina negra y caja de acero inoxidable le dan un aspecto clásico. Simple analógico de 3 manecillas con visualización de fecha para una fácil lectura. La correa de resina negra y la caja de acero inoxidable le dan un aspecto clásico, mientras que su bisel antireverso añade un aspecto inspirado en el buceo. Simple analógico de 3 manecillas con visualización de fecha para una lectura fácil.

Caja de acero inoxidable y banda de resina. Ventana de fecha a las 3 O’clockIndicadores luminosos y manecillas de hora; segundero de barrido Bisel antiretroceso Resistente al agua hasta 656.2 ft (660 pies)

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Departamento ‏

‎ mens

Color

Azul, Negro/Azul, Negro/Plateado, Negro/Rojo, Negro/Verde, Oro

Fabricante

‎ Thread Wallets

ASIN

‎ B09S4VHC1B

Manufacturer

a la tienda de Casio

Comentarios (8)

  1. dave

    I received this watch on 1-20-2018. I received my first Casio watch on Christmas morning somewhere around 1979. That watch, a simple, black plastic digital one, kept working for about 15 years, on the same battery. This wasn’t any great feat in my mind at the time. It was just all I really knew, except for the time when I got an Armitron calculator watch at some point. Not only did the Armitron not last, it also felt like it wouldn’t last. The buttons were flimsy, the edges rough, and it had an overall plasticky feel, even though it was gold. My old Casio shined by comparison. My dad got himself the same one as me that Christmas, except in stainless, and anytime it came up in later years, he’d laugh and say something like «David, I think I wore that watch for thirty years and I only replaced the battery once.» So that is what Casio is in my mind.One time at the office I said to a coworker that Casio was the best watch in the world. Of course he laughed and quickly pointed out that there are FAR better watches. And he was certainly correct, but not for the money.I’ve had a few other Casios in my life. A Forester model which was really cool because of the forest green color and the fact that it was a fishing watch. What «fishing watch» actually meant was that it would tell you the about the ocean tides. Living in New Mexico, this was totally useless, but I still liked the little fish that would appear when the tide was high or something. Another Casio I got was the one with the world time with the atomic clock sensor. This one was a little off. The light stopped working after a while and setting it was a pain. But it’s still ticking in my drawer right now after eight or so years and I still wear it here and there.But probably not anymore.This watch…this watch has me all smiles. I don’t really have words to say. I’m not necessarily a «watch guy» in that sense, but I have always had one on my left arm since the age of ten or so. And honestly if it wasn’t for Casio, I probably would have skipped wearing one mostly.Casio doesn’t always hit it out of the park. After all they live and breathe like the rest of us. Maybe that’s what makes this one such a beauty.I bought a very nice Bulova a couple years back for around $400. I like that watch. I get compliments on it and for good reason. It’s solid. It’s heavy. They paid very close attention to the design and the finish is beautiful. It feels like a $400 dollar watch or more. It is perfect for wearing to the office. Well, not really. Not since 1-20-2018.I don’t dive. I have never diven (?) OK I have never dived. But something about a watch that is designed to be SIX HUNDRED FEET UNDER WATER AND STILL WORK gets me interested. There are many watches that can do this and much more, but they are not this watch.If I was a Viking, this would be the watch I wore.So what can I say? Yes, the date is comically small. I need reading glasses for small print and still can’t read the date with them on. I guess most people who have not just come out of a coma should know the date. Touche, Casio.Oh and the Lumiglo or whatever is weak and nearly pointless, but at least it’s there. I do like to light it up with my phone flashlight and look at it in the closet, however.But if I tap the crystal with my fingernail you know, it feels like I am tapping bulletproof glass.The bezel has a great click and I actually find myself using it! I use it to time my commute, or to time how long the waiter takes to bring the food out after I order.This is the kind of watch that is not going to win you any likes or impress anyone, unless they are a very smart, unselfish engineer type. Maybe. With my Bulova, people have actually wanted to hold it, they have examined it closely and then complimented me on it, gave it back, and then looked at it on my arm as if they may mug me later. This one won’t really do that. You are the only one who will ever truly appreciate what this watch is. It’s a secret love affair. I like that about it.A few things that I will say that I haven’t read about it in those other reviews. The band for one thing. It’s pretty good. It looks all plasticky and horrible in the pictures, I thought anyway. But in fact it is pliable, if not supple, and rather well proportioned, if not svelte. The clasp is also sort of excellent. It’s not cheap. It’s like they actually realized that the clasp is just as important as the other parts. It’s like some executive with Casio said «The clasp is the most important part of any watch. It’s what keeps it on. Make it beefy.» Yep. That’s exactly what happened. It is well made, with a soft, rounded finish, and it makes a nice clink sound when you are putting it on.There’s really nothing more to say.Except when I look at this watch to see what time it is, I know the time within .003 seconds of my eyes seeing the face. It’s just so clear. And functional. And simple. I never really thought about that with any other watch, and I love it.So I’ll stop now, but expect an update when this watch becomes less of what it is now, or in the year 2040, whichever comes first.***UPDATE*** April 27, 2021The watch has become slightly less of what it was then, but not really. Let me explain. This thing has lived on my arm most days since I bought it. That’s about 1,200 days. Before you ask, I do not take the watch into water. No showering with it, no swimming with it. I don’t sleep with it, but I do remodel homes here and there and other sweaty messy things too and it gets dirty sometimes.Anyways, my first tiny little bummer happened last June, though it was so tiny I did not do an update. The bummer was that the battery died. Bummer. So I took the watch in to some random fancy jewelry store I found on Google maps, and they replaced the battery. I waited five days for the job to be completed and it cost twenty bucks. I got the watch back and all was well. Then about four months later it died again. This time slightly more furious, I went to a little jewelry store I happened to be driving past and this guy took it apart, checked the battery, which he said was perfect, cleaned it really well and said it was probably just dirty inside. I suspected shoddy workmanship and/or a lack of attention to detail on behalf of the fancy place. So I was on my way with a clean, healthy watch. The guy didn’t charge a dime and did this on the spot and it took five minutes. He was a pro.The watch actually seems to keep even more perfect time since that happened. Seriously.And then the other day the band broke while putting it on. (See pictures)I just ordered a genuine replacement band from Casio, and I noticed in the pictures that the replacement says Casio JAPAN on it, while my original one says CHINA. (See pictures) So I have high hopes for the new one.Other than these two things, the watch has been stellar.

  2. E Seto

    I was looking at Sinn’s UX oil-filled dive watches, and came across some people online who had filled inexpensive quartz watches with oil. Apparently filling the watch with oil, a less compressible substance than air, can increase their dive depth rating. In the case of the aforementioned UX, we’re talking about a 5,000m depth — and this is not a typo. That’s really 5,000m , not 500m. Now the Sinn has some other features like a expanding case back and some other random stuff — stuff like quality German engineering! But I just choose to ignore all that, and got this inexpensive Casio to deploy some DIY at-home engineering to fill it with oil.The watch itself is handsome and capable. It has a unidirectional bezel. It was tight upon arrival, which is apparently what you want. It’s loosened up with time as I’ve fidgeted with it. It comes with a black rubbery sports band (which I replaced with a nylon strap). The bezel and dial are pretty generic, and in black and silver it looks like so many other diver’s watches. It comes as is with a 200m water resistance level, which is pretty good. The watch face is a mineral (not sapphire) crystal.As for filling it with oil, there are online tutorials. I just unscrewed the case back, pulled out the spacer, crown, and dial. I then filled the case with a dielectric synthetic lightweight oil. It took me two tries to get oil in, and bubbles out. And then I reassembled in reverse order of the disassembly. After a lot of washing in dish detergent, I was done with the project. And yes, I confirmed the watch still runs, and doesn’t seem to loose time. It also hasn’t leaked any oil out of the case back or crown.Aside from maybe increasing the depth rating — questionable really, and who really needs a 5,000m dive watch (or even a 200m one for that matter)? — there are other benefits from oil filling the watch. It does seem to change the refractive index, and so looking at the watch from different angles, the dial is clear. Also, I tried putting the watch in the fridge, and it remains clear and doesn’t fog up. I’m not sure if it’s the oil or the watch itself, but the whole thing has a big more heft and presence on the wrist, which is kind of nice.Has this satiated my interest in the Sinn UX? No not really. But it was a fun project, and I enjoy wearing the watch.

  3. Matt G

    I haven’t had this watch long, but I already know it’s my favorite watch of all time. I have numerous dive watches, all of them are expensive enough that I worry about scratching / breaking them every time I go out with one on my wrist lol. I love to adventure, climb rocks, swim, attend underground warehouse raves, play with dogs, and stuff like that. This means I often bump my limbs on things, including my wrist.Basically I’ve broken a watch or two. And that really hurts my wallet sometimes!This watch is PERFECT for my habits. It’s got that gorgeous dive style, functions quite well for a quartz system, has a date window, rotating bezel that I’ve already used to time all sorts of things, 200m water resistance…AND ITS CHEAP?! I could destroy this one today and have it replaced tomorrow without paying an arm and/or leg?! The only bad thing I have to say about it is the lume is lacking big time. But for the price, I seriously don’t care haha I do nearly all my adventuring in the daylight anyway. Also the date window is very small, but that isn’t a complaint because it’s so easy to just…bring it closer to my face!Hey Casio, y’all knocked it out of the park with this one. I thought about getting a Tudor or Tag Heuer. Instead, I think I’m going to get a duro in each color option! Even after getting new straps for each one I bet it’s STILL cheaper than getting ONE of some of these other luxury brands hahaBtw, the second hand on mine does actually hit every mark perfectly. I know that definitely won’t be the case for all of them, but I was pleasantly surprised with mine.

  4. Glockenklang

    Schöne Uhr mit «Kult»CharakterLieferung Gaus USA schnell (ca 10 Tage).Alles gut angekommen – zufrieden.Die Uhr an sich ist schön, ein schöner, weniger dezenter Sportwecker am Handgelenk.Ich trage normalerweise etwas andere Uhren – wollte aber mal genau diese (Marlin, 106) Version einfach als zus. daily und Inspiration haben. Manchmal braucht man nicht Faktor 10+ ausgeben, um sich mit einem am Ende Schmuckstück zu inspirieren.So sieht es wohl auch mind ein Multi Milliardärs Nerd :-)Why not ?!

  5. Jonathan Méndez Cortés

    Un reloj 3B, excelente opción calidad-precioLlevo ya casi más de medio año utilizando el reloj casi a diario (Lunes-Viernes) y debo admitir que es un magnífico reloj, muy bonito, no pesa, pasando el día ni si quiera se siente que lo traes puesto. Yo recomiendo que le cambien la correa ya que la que trae de stock no es tan bonita, sin embargo a alguien le puede llegar a gustar. Yo personalmente le dejé la que trae porque las NATO me gustan pero al vivir en un lugar muy caluroso pues sudo mucho y quedan con un olor algo desagradable, así que con la que trae me viene perfecto al ser de hule es más facil lavarla y que no quede oliendo feo.

  6. Aldemar G

    Gran regalo.Se lo regalé a mi papá y le encantó. El reloj parece más costoso de lo que es.Es preciso, funcional y muy bonito, el bisel gira muy satisfactoriamente.

  7. mikesmiles

    what a watchAnother Cassio watch I wanted but only got around to buying it recently.I think it came from the USA as no longer available in the UK (I may be wrong on that).Its called the Marlin as you will see on the watch fave and SS back.Its an impressive dive watch that I am very happy to own. It is easy to read and comfortable to wear and also looks far more expensive than it cost me.

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