For you, Caleb:
Yes... the 5610 is a modern update on the famous 5600 "square" Casio. It's very popular among enthusiasts. It's very light on the wrist (almost don't feel it). It is full-featured with all the usual chronograph functions (stopwatch, timer, etc) along with solar, atomic, and world time.I had that same watch in high school (40 years ago).
Except I don't think it was solar, but it looked very, very similar.
Funny you say that. when I was a senior in high school (1980), my mom and stepfather were living in Iraq. They often shopped in neighboring Kuwait (nicer stores). That year, for Christmas, they bought my brother and me the latest Seiko digital watch that had a calculator built in! This was CUTTING EDGE SH*T at the time! Those watches were $300... in 1980 dollars. Expensive. This is the watch:When are you getting the calculator watch? That one is also a classic!
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