I received this Casio for about a year ago and it was purchased to work as a beater.
Model: MDV 300D 1AVDF (there are other color theme too)
44mm including crown.
Weight about 130 g with bracelet.
200m water resistant.
Value: New can be bought for around 70 dollars.
As I mentioned I bought this watch as a beater, but itīs really a niece piece. For the little money you spend, you get a well finish watch just under the quality as you get from more common Seiko divers as SKX007, the Atlas and more.
The case is brushed with a polished bezel. The brushed finish is impressive, it looks great. More like titanium instead of steal. Bezel is easy to navigate and is well made.
The most significant thing about this watch is the dial, from distance it looks normal but if you look close or in the right angle you can see itīs build up by a lot of squares (see picture). Overall the dial is nice looking, however the chronographs are quite hard to read from distance. Otherwise the red hand of the chronographs look good and continue the color theme of the watch (black/red). The far most negative thing is the lume which is really bad, not even decent
The squared dial
The bracelet which arrived with the watch, was brushed with polished centre. I found it to be of decent quality but I didnīt think it suited the watch very good. So I immediately changed to a Hirsch rubber strap instead. (the bracelet is now on my Alpha Explorer)
If you looking for a good cheap beater I can highly recomend this one, but I warn you once you see it, itīs hard to use it as a beater. Sure itīs cheap but the overall quality is very good. My pictures doesnīt do the watch justice, itīs way more beautiful in real life. So far my only Casio, but it has proved to me that the brand does more than just G-shocks