As you can probably guess by now, Casio MRW-200H is a well-known watch that needs no further introduction. Much of its popularity can be attributed to the fact that it is so inexpensive - $17 to $20 in Amazon, to be exact. But do not let its low price deceive you into thinking that is unreliable or is easily broken. On the contrary, many reviews on the Internet are undoubtedly in favor towards the watch satisfactory built and performance.
I bought my watch last Easter Sunday (April 20, 2014) at Time Depot inside a local mall, Abreeza (Davao City, Philippines). It costs me PHP 995 (~US$ 22.32 at 44.75 pesos to a dollar), not far but still a little more expensive than the prices listed online.
Without any further ado, allow me to share my own personal experience. As I was reading on the online reviews, there were some comments complaining about the second hand stopping by between the lines, as oppose to stopping by directly above the lines. You may probably call this knit-picking, but when it comes to a watch’s second hand movement, I see to it that it aligns perfectly with the graduated lines on dial. So when I went to the store and finally got hold of the watch for first time, I immediately held it close to my face to observe the second hand movement. And, much to my relieve, the second hand did hover briefly along, and not in between, the lines.
So, there you go. I hope I cleared things up regard this topic. And I hope this little review help you in your purchasing decision.