Casio Men's MDV106-1AV 200M Duro Analog Watch, Black

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Price: $87.88
Brand Casio
Band material type Plastic
Watch movement Japanese Quartz
Dial colour Black
Band colour Black

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  • Casio Men's MDV106-1A Stainless Steel Watch
  • Black Stainless Steel case and Resin Band
  • Black Dial with date window at 3 O'clock
  • Luminous markers and hour hands; sweep second hand
  • Anti-reverse bezel
  • Casio Men's MDV106-1A Stainless Steel Watch
  • Black Stainless Steel case and Resin Band
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Watch Information
Brand Name Casio
Model number MDV106-1A
Part Number MDV106-1A
Model Year 2013
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Analog
Clasp Type Buckle
Case material Stainless Steel
Case diameter 44 millimetres
Case Thickness 12 millimetres
Band Material Plastic
Band length Men's Standard
Band width 20 millimetres
Band Colour Black
Dial Colour Black
Bezel material Stainless Steel
Bezel function Unidirectional
Calendar Date
Weight 82 Grams
Movement Japanese Quartz
Water Pressure Resistance 660 Feet
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Product Description

Inspired by the sea, this A black resin band and stainless steel case give it a classic look while its anti-reverse bezel adds classic dive functionality. Simple 3-hand analog with date display for a easy-read. Black resin band analog watch with a black & white face.

From the Manufacturer

This Casio Sea analog illuminator watch offers all the convenience and durability of a sports watch, with an adaptable style well suited for a work day. The large round dial is black with white and luminous indexes, two luminous hands, and a red arrow-tipped seconds hand. The black stainless steel bezel offers additional Arabic numeral and dot indexes and a one-way rotation to make timing easy. The bezel's distinctive cog-like edge also gives the watch a stylishly industrial edge. The date displays subtly at three o'clock. The band is made out of rugged black resin with a buckle clasp. This analog quartz powered timepiece is water resistant up to 660 feet (200 meters) and offers a battery life of approximately three years.


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Casio Values

"Necessity is not the mother of invention, invention is the mother of necessity." These are the words of one of Casio's founders. The people who created Casio were determined to 'invent necessity'- to create products that met latent needs with groundbreaking capabilities no one had ever seen before. Ever since, Casio has been doing just that, bringing new discovery and delight to people around the world. This is Casio's way of building an even more prosperous, richly rewarding world.

Product details

  • Batteries : 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Product Dimensions : 4.42 x 4.85 x 1.21 cm; 81.65 Grams
  • Date First Available : 13 November 2017
  • Manufacturer : Casio
  • ASIN : B009KYJAJY
  • Item Model Number : MDV106-1A
  • Department : Mens
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 71 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
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Reviewed in Australia on 8 June 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very accurate, waterproof so far, and comfortable
By Marcel on 8 June 2020
Very accurate, waterproof so far, and comfortable. Yes, the strap is rubbery and may not last long - as people have claimed - but I'm more than happy with it! The watch is heavy (in a good way), silent, simple design, has a satisfying dial that clicks with each movement, the screw in crown seems high quality, and the second hand does actually line up with each of the points perfectly when moving. No complaints from me. Forget all the overpriced watches out there, this is all you need. Enough said.
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Reviewed in Australia on 25 April 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Value
By Gerald on 25 April 2020
Needing a quick replacement while my original watch is at repair, this was what I wanted. Relatively low cost but product with good quality, which in my opinion is excellent value for money.
Just take note to unscrew the crown when you want to adjust the time for the first time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Thank you Casio
Reviewed in the United States on 28 January 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Thank you Casio
Reviewed in the United States on 28 January 2018
I received this watch on 1-20-2018. I received my first Casio watch on Christmas morning somewhere around 1979. That watch, a simple, black plastic digital one, kept working for about 15 years, on the same battery. This wasn't any great feat in my mind at the time. It was just all I really knew, except for the time when I got an Armitron calculator watch at some point. Not only did the Armitron not last, it also felt like it wouldn't last. The buttons were flimsy, the edges rough, and it had an overall plasticky feel, even though it was gold. My old Casio shined by comparison. My dad got himself the same one as me that Christmas, except in stainless, and anytime it came up in later years, he'd laugh and say something like "David, I think I wore that watch for thirty years and I only replaced the battery once." So that is what Casio is in my mind.

One time at the office I said to a coworker that Casio was the best watch in the world. Of course he laughed and quickly pointed out that there are FAR better watches. And he was certainly correct, but not for the money.

I've had a few other Casios in my life. A Forester model which was really cool because of the forest green color and the fact that it was a fishing watch. What "fishing watch" actually meant was that it would tell you the about the ocean tides. Living in New Mexico, this was totally useless, but I still liked the little fish that would appear when the tide was high or something. Another Casio I got was the one with the world time with the atomic clock sensor. This one was a little off. The light stopped working after a while and setting it was a pain. But it's still ticking in my drawer right now after eight or so years and I still wear it here and there.

But probably not anymore.

This watch...this watch has me all smiles. I don't really have words to say. I'm not necessarily a "watch guy" in that sense, but I have always had one on my left arm since the age of ten or so. And honestly if it wasn't for Casio, I probably would have skipped wearing one mostly.

Casio doesn't always hit it out of the park. After all they live and breathe like the rest of us. Maybe that's what makes this one such a beauty.

I bought a very nice Bulova a couple years back for around $400. I like that watch. I get compliments on it and for good reason. It's solid. It's heavy. They paid very close attention to the design and the finish is beautiful. It feels like a $400 dollar watch or more. It is perfect for wearing to the office. Well, not really. Not since 1-20-2018.

I don't dive. I have never diven (?) OK I have never dived. But something about a watch that is designed to be SIX HUNDRED FEET UNDER WATER AND STILL WORK gets me interested. There are many watches that can do this and much more, but they are not this watch.

If I was a Viking, this would be the watch I wore.

So what can I say? Yes, the date is comically small. I need reading glasses for small print and still can't read the date with them on. I guess most people who have not just come out of a coma should know the date. Touche, Casio.

Oh and the Lumiglo or whatever is weak and nearly pointless, but at least it's there. I do like to light it up with my phone flashlight and look at it in the closet, however.

But if I tap the crystal with my fingernail you know, it feels like I am tapping bulletproof glass.

The bezel has a great click and I actually find myself using it! I use it to time my commute, or to time how long the waiter takes to bring the food out after I order.

This is the kind of watch that is not going to win you any likes or impress anyone, unless they are a very smart, unselfish engineer type. Maybe. With my Bulova, people have actually wanted to hold it, they have examined it closely and then complimented me on it, gave it back, and then looked at it on my arm as if they may mug me later. This one won't really do that. You are the only one who will ever truly appreciate what this watch is. It's a secret love affair. I like that about it.

A few things that I will say that I haven't read about it in those other reviews. The band for one thing. It's pretty good. It looks all plasticky and horrible in the pictures, I thought anyway. But in fact it is pliable, if not supple, and rather well proportioned, if not svelte. The clasp is also sort of excellent. It's not cheap. It's like they actually realized that the clasp is just as important as the other parts. It's like some executive with Casio said "The clasp is the most important part of any watch. It's what keeps it on. Make it beefy." Yep. That's exactly what happened. It is well made, with a soft, rounded finish, and it makes a nice clink sound when you are putting it on.

There's really nothing more to say.

Except when I look at this watch to see what time it is, I know the time within .003 seconds of my eyes seeing the face. It's just so clear. And functional. And simple. I never really thought about that with any other watch, and I love it.

So I'll stop now, but expect an update when this watch becomes less of what it is now, or in the year 2040, whichever comes first.
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R. Magallanes Quintanar
5.0 out of 5 stars Casio Duro. Si lo usa Bill Gates debe de ser un buen reloj...
Reviewed in Mexico on 21 October 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Casio Duro. Si lo usa Bill Gates debe de ser un buen reloj...
Reviewed in Mexico on 21 October 2018
El reloj Casio MDV106-1AV también conocido como Casio Duro es uno de esos relojes que no deben faltar en la colección de un horologo. Es realmente un reloj que vale mucho más de lo que cuesta. Es evidente que esta basado en en el Rolex submariner: Carátula y bisel negros con marcas en horas bien definidas, bisel de movimiento retrógrado con 120 clicks y corona enroscable como todo buen reloj de buceo. La caja de 40mm con correa de 20mm en caucho le va muy bien. Incorpora una maquinaria de cuarzo muy precisa incluso más que muchos relojes mecánicos. Nota aparte merece el pequeño pez espada o Marlin ubicado arriba de las 6 y en la tapa trasera. Muy pocos relojes a este nivel de precio tienen una resistencia al agua de 200m lo cual se traduce en que es apto para un uso acuático recreativo. Recomiendo ampliamente este reloj el cual es de los favoritos de Bill Gates.
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Palindrome
5.0 out of 5 stars Great VFM, but a bit plain
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 April 2018
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Paul B
5.0 out of 5 stars Punches WELL Above Its Price!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 November 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Punches WELL Above Its Price!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 November 2018
I've only had this watch a few days so bear that in mind, but what a watch for £60! It looks fantastic, even on my small wrists, and it feels like a FAR FAR more expensive watch. Watch style is subjective, but I'm not a fan of busy watch faces, and this is a great simple design. It looks solid and has a surprisingly great finish to it. Being a Casio it does offer clue to the price range, but if you ignore that and sold it with a better strap, if I saw this being sold for £200 to £300 I wouldn't think that unreasonable. Of course, wear, tear and how it looks after 6 months to a year of continuous wear may show up its frailties, but for £60 it's worth taking that chance. It's also a decent diving watch apparently, though I will never be able to confirm that.

As I alluded to, the strap is cheap and a tad nasty, it's black rubber but not a complaint one bit, as it's easy to fit a different one and, again, the watch punches so far above its weight a rubbish strap is neither here nor there.

If it's a design you like I'd go for it. Also, I really do have tiny wrists for a bloke, and while this is a big watch, it's somehow not overbearing as some diver style watches can be; some of them look like they're big enough to pick up Sky TV!

Fantastic buy.
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Legionensis
5.0 out of 5 stars Para los que no quieren añadidos superfluos
Reviewed in Spain on 19 September 2018
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