Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

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    Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

    I wouldn't ask if it were any one of many other brands, but given Casio's vast experience with digital watches and water resistance, would you wear an Oceanus while swimming even though it's only rated at 100m?
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    Re: Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

    ONLY 100m???

    Just how deep do you plan to swim?

    Are you a pearl diver?

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    Re: Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

    Any Oceanus is more than enough water resistant for Swimming, Water sporting and even recreational Diving Cool choice by the way...

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    Re: Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

    As above - no problem.
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    Re: Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

    I figured that, being a Casio.

    Thanks for the feedback.
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    Re: Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

    Quote Originally Posted by neveronmonday View Post
    ONLY 100m???

    Just how deep do you plan to swim?

    Are you a pearl diver?
    100M does NOT mean 100M....


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    Re: Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

    I dont think I would be very worried with any watch above 50 for swimming. Some that say 100m I would dive with and some I would not. Depends on if you trust the manufacture.


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    Re: Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

    the name oceanus and its only 100m? confusing
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    Re: Would you wear an Oceanus while swimming?

    10 m under the water is 1 atm. For regular swimming, a Casio watch with 100m resistance print should easily hold the water out.

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