When the Timex finally died again, I tossed it and spent $70 on a Casio Baby-G. Such is the extent of my rage with Timex/Wal-Mart, that I would rather pay tons of money for a pricey Casio than pay a single cent to Timex, thereby cutting off my nose to spite my face. So far, the battery on my Casio has not died. I like Casio watches as well, so what the heck.I bought the Casio Baby-G watch for my wife. She was very happy with this watch and I've able to change the watch several times. It has kept working for quite a few years now.The current problem is the band for this watch. Casio dealers don't supply bands and it means that I'll have to find another like this watch, in order to just have a new band. This looks like the same problem as this first complain on this thread.Blackduff (who bought a Sieko Kinetic watch-no batteries)
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