Amitron makes an attractive watch. This model had buttons that were far easier to push than the last one I reviewed. The instructions are still printed in a font that practically defies anyone to read it is so small however I have seen smaller. The settings were easier to do than the last model as well. However, do not, I repeat, do not lose the instructions. there is nothing intuitive about the watch besides setting the analog time. Everything else is press this button until that flashes and then press that button to change whatever it is you want to change. This watch, as well as the last Amitron I reviewed, are appropriate for the gadget prone consumer. Unless you are willing to read the instructions, I doubt if you will ever use anything but the analog time function. I do like the light, that is a feature that I use with surprising frequency. I went to Amitron's website to see if I could download a copy of the instructions and thusly print it in a much larger, like 12 pt font but the site said there was no information on the watch and to call. I put in the 20/4942 model as well and got the same no information message. That does not bode well for either model.
· Navy blue resin case with silver-tone top ring; analog-digital display with time, seconds, day and date; navy blue resin strap with buckle closure
· Functions include: chronograph, lap time, alarm, dual time, military time and backlight with three second delay
· Japanese-quartz Movement
· Case Diameter: 52.5mm
· Water Resistant To 100m (330ft): In General, Suitable for Swimming and Snorkeling, but not Diving
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