I've bought myself a new watch, one of these Casio MP-PCGM1-6 ones:
I've decided that I'm one of those people who really does think that the digital watch is a pretty neat idea.
But you need to be careful. The first one I ordered was from one of the Amazon shops and when it arrived I was pretty sure it was a fake. It was very poor quality, the plastic was rubbish and the printing on the dial didn't look right. It just arrived in a jiffy bag with no other packaging. But I was able to get a refund. This time, I ordered from a jeweller, and there's no doubt this is the real deal. It also came in a proper Casio box. Don't settle for a poor quality digital watch...
Sometimes you're rewarded for looking around in second hand shops. Today, I found this Casio personal-I calculator in mint condition!
Not bad for the princely sum of £2.00, yes two whole pounds. Since I like a bit of retro, I had to own it, although I'll probably use it. It will look great on my desk at work.
As you can see here:
...it was boxed (the box is in near perfect condition) and has the original instructions and batteries as well. I won't use the batteries, they're pretty old. The actual calculator was still in the protective plastic bag inside the box. It's in such perfect condition I don't think it has ever been switched on.
Of course, the buttons make that nice clicky noise that you only get from electronics of this era. I found more information about this model here.