- Color and Dimensions: The Casio Women’s LTP1165A-4C Classic Analog Quartz Watch’s defining characteristic is its pink dial, accompanied by the stainless steel finish. The case is only 7mm thick and 32 mm wide, and weighs approximately 69 grams.
- Display: The Casio Women’s LTP1165A-4C Classic Analog Quartz Watch has four hour markers positioned at the 3, 6, 9, and 12 o’clock zones. It does not have numbers. The pink dial, markers and hands are encased in a rectangular, silver-tone, and stationary bezel. It’s dial window is made out of mineral crystals.
- Band and clasp: The stainless steel band is made out of stainless steel and comes in women’s standard length. It is 9 mm wide, and joined at the ends by a fold-over clasp that has double-push-button safety to hold the folds together.
- Movement and other features: This classic piece is water resistant for up to 99 feet, and runs on Japanese quartz movement.
The Elements of a Classic Watch
This Pink Lady will never go out of style. It is simple, light, and, well, pink! The combination of stainless steel, light pink, and a small bracelet feel to it, flatters almost all styles, whether it be your work clothes, jeans, or even your basic black evening dress.
Considering that the Casio Women’s LTP1165A-4C Classic Analog Quartz Watch is made out of stainless steel, has a mineral crystal dial window, and is water-resistant for up to 99 ft., this light-weight timepiece is very affordable, and yet, hard-wearing.
Tough Time to Read Time
With only four hour markers, a very thin second-hand, and a tiny case, the Casio Women’s LTP1165A-4C Classic Analog Quartz Watch may not be a good choice for folks with diminished sight. And even if I do not have any sight problems at all, I would still have to take a minute or two to figure out what time it is, especially if the hands point to time in between the hour markers. It would have been a lot easier to tell time if, at the very least, it had more markers, and/or numbers.
The Casio Women’s LTP1165A-4C Classic Analog Quartz Watch does come with a relatively long bracelet-type-band. Unlike other watches of this type, you would have to visit a jeweler or watch-repair shop to have links removed or added to avoid your watch from slipping off, or from wearing it too snug around your wrist.
The Casio Women's LTP1165A-4C Classic Analog Quartz Watch is the quintessential feminine watch because of its pink dial, and small case. It was originally released in September 2005, and continues to be a favorite purchase for practical buyers.