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From watch hinge, 9cm on hinge side and 12.6cm 'pointy' side of strap with 11 holes. Whole length of watch 26cm, so pretty large.
Good watch, nice and light, great value. Hope all this helps, best wishes.

Psychopomp
· 17 October 2018
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Perhaps the model number would help with your question.
Amazon Customer
· 19 May 2020
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It's a good basic waterproof rugged watch, but no alarm
Bernard A
· 10 June 2021
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You can buy it with a white face. The rest of the watch is still black.
Dougie Fisher
· 13 September 2020
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The original straps do with age they go brittle and crack after having 2 straps I went for a NATO 18mm
( plenty on Amazon ) and it inis tight feeding it through behind the pins but looks good and a much better feel on the wrist.
I've had this watch over 10 yrs now and is a Great Workhorse getting bashed about on the… see more
The original straps do with age they go brittle and crack after having 2 straps I went for a NATO 18mm
( plenty on Amazon ) and it inis tight feeding it through behind the pins but looks good and a much better feel on the wrist.
I've had this watch over 10 yrs now and is a Great Workhorse getting bashed about on the building sites see less
The original straps do with age they go brittle and crack after having 2 straps I went for a NATO 18mm
( plenty on Amazon ) and it inis tight feeding it through behind the pins but looks good and a much better feel on the wrist.
I've had this watch over 10 yrs now and is a Great Workhorse getting bashed about on the building sites

Tim Smith
· 03 January 2021
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I'm a woman and my wrist measures 6 1/2 inches. I wear it on the 3rd hole nearest the lugs. It of course depends on the 10 year olds wrist size as to whether it fits.
Peanut
· 30 September 2018
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Deliver next day your order.
orologioielli
Seller · 22 April 2017
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I think some do, you'd be best visiting the Casio website for more accurate details. They also make solar powered watches, which removes the need for replaceable batteries altogether.
Darkstar
· 20 January 2021
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I’ve known folk in the RAF who have been diving with this watch with no issues. It looks the part. For the money there are no negatives, however, for a watch to be considered for diving, officially, they are supposed to be ISO certified. The main specifications for diving are as follows the bezel is to be one way rotat… see more I’ve known folk in the RAF who have been diving with this watch with no issues. It looks the part. For the money there are no negatives, however, for a watch to be considered for diving, officially, they are supposed to be ISO certified. The main specifications for diving are as follows the bezel is to be one way rotating, this is not. At least 100 meters water resistant, this is. A screwdown crown, this is not. A luminous pip on the bezel, which this does not have. Luminous hour markers and a luminous pip on the second hand somewhere. The lume on this watch is pretty bad and there is no pip on the second hand. To get certification, these need to be batch tested, which as far as I am aware, they don’t. There must be a way of telling if the power is about to fail and I know these do not have this feature, because one just stopped working whilst I was wearing it, due to the battery wearing out.There are a few other specs which are required, too, but this is the gist. However, There are videos on YouTube, where people have taken the back of this and have filled it with mineral oil and then the watch can go down to mega depth under the sea surface, plus whilst under the waves the dial never reflects, it’s always visible, fascinating. These are fabulous watches BTW see less I’ve known folk in the RAF who have been diving with this watch with no issues. It looks the part. For the money there are no negatives, however, for a watch to be considered for diving, officially, they are supposed to be ISO certified. The main specifications for diving are as follows the bezel is to be one way rotating, this is not. At least 100 meters water resistant, this is. A screwdown crown, this is not. A luminous pip on the bezel, which this does not have. Luminous hour markers and a luminous pip on the second hand somewhere. The lume on this watch is pretty bad and there is no pip on the second hand. To get certification, these need to be batch tested, which as far as I am aware, they don’t. There must be a way of telling if the power is about to fail and I know these do not have this feature, because one just stopped working whilst I was wearing it, due to the battery wearing out.There are a few other specs which are required, too, but this is the gist. However, There are videos on YouTube, where people have taken the back of this and have filled it with mineral oil and then the watch can go down to mega depth under the sea surface, plus whilst under the waves the dial never reflects, it’s always visible, fascinating. These are fabulous watches BTW
Robert Bishop
· 17 June 2020
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It is a long strap. From the 1st hole to the end of the buckle (including the watch) 23.5cm. I have a large wrist and the watch is comfortable using the 3rd hole.
Amazon Customer
· 01 May 2020