Question about Callaway CY2058 Sport Series Watch
If you have no markings on bezel there is no practical use for this feature.
Bezels with markings are used as a tachymeter (for calculating speed of the moving object) or as a countdown timer for sporting events or diving.
In your case bezel is becoming loose and thats why it is turning as I can't see the point why the watch should be fitted with rotating bezel with no markings on it.
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Posted on Jul 31, 2009
This is a new watch, with a rotating bezel with no markings. I agree that this renders the rotating bezel useless, so I thought I might have missed something. Why they make a watch with a useless feature like this and then advertise the feature is pretty goofy.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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