Well FINALLY after 14 business days, my Casio G-Shock Riseman beater watch arrived today! :yahoo: :yahoo: This watch is going to be great for working out with and swimming when i'm too lazy to properly clean one of my metal watches off after being in the pool. Obviously still figuring out how the heck to use this thing. Lucky for me it is user friendly (to the best of it's ability) and I wore Casio's as a kid so know how to set them etc etc. Anyways, here are some pictures. Must say though, was shocked at how tiny it looked when I first opened the box, was expecting it to be bigger but very pleased with the size, looks great believe it or not:
Now for some lume:
Wish that was a joke too... :rofl: Took about 10 or so pictures before finally capturing this one:
Reason for that being the light stays on for about 2 seconds or so after you push the button so had to time it perfectly and try not to make the image too blurry
The watch is EXTREMLY light, feels great on the wrist and has a very nice, super sporty look to it.
Decided to combine my original post on other froums from the day before with the update with the Altimeter test.
So it finally got to me (not even 2 days later) and had to go out on a little "Adventure" twice today testing out the Altimeter on the Riseman. Had some fun doing it :rofl: Almost fell down the first hill but it was only a small 20 foot one in a park that has a water tank under it.
The massive one I just came back from not long ago. Readings show as less there because that area sinks down a lot. Anyways, took some pictures of the second part of this little adventure. Tried to go before it got too dark (A LOT of wild life down there, of course lol). Did not realize how high the grass / weeds were around the little path so did not go as far as originally expected to the steeper one. Can not wait to do it again though! :rocker: :yahoo: Here are some pictures:
Want to try figure out the higest point it can be tested around here. Anyways, hope you all enjoyed the pictures and little story