gerdson wrote: ↑
February 27th 2020, 9:50pm
So You guys want to make anyone but Youself (or us here, being just as mad) believe, that collecting watches is smart or necessary or truly purposefull in any way?
Um, no. I've owned previously numerous Casio products, and apart from those (like the Rangeman) which are radio-controlled, every one of them has been off, plus or minus, very close to the quartz spec of +/- 15 seconds a month--indeed, they are the least accurate quartz watches I've ever owned. Over a couple of years, a Casio that you can't reset will be off by minutes, which kind of negates the idea of a quartz watch. On the plus side, they all were easy to reset (if they were not radio-controlled, and easy to live with, and all of them did very clever and useful things besides telling time.
So, for some jerkoff to take a perfectly serviceable movement, and entomb it in plastic, so that you can't reset it, or anything else, seems monumentally fucking stupid to me. It's like welding an iron box around the engine of your car so you can never tune it or feed it oil. It's fucking ghey and stupid and makes me want to fucking vomit.