Hello EDC-forums! Have you ever asked your self, how much watch do whe really need for daily use? And what does a watch need to become a Toolwatch? Well, in my case i came to the conclusion that to me a Toolwatch, like the name says; has to be a tool which: -does keep me accurate time -is waterproof -does work under any possible ambiental condition -feels comfortable -is reliable -is durable -i dont have to care about scratching it -i dont have to care about loosing it -i dont have to spend to much money for it -which is good readable. So i picked up for cheap an affordable MRW-200 watch from Casio , i think it's a pretty good watch for general use in hard environments. Driven by a reliable Miyota 2305, housed in a durable and light case of PP-resin, light and comfortable to wera under any climatic conditions, i also like the acrylic glass which gives it an extra schock resistance. those watches are avaible in four different versions so let's see, what whe can improve to convert it into a daily toolwatch for adventurer. first mod: installing shock and vibration-absorbing pads (made of foam) into the big plastic mvt holder to increase the shock protection. second mod: matte finish for all steel parts third mod: relume the complete module removing the hands mixing the lume two layer lume application reinstalling the hands fourth mod: installed a thicker rubber gasket to generate more friction, so the the bezel will not turn easily fifth mod: replaced the plastic buckle by one of steel of a vintage casio sixth mod: Bezel with epoxy lume marker well...i think, the final result is not bad for an (less than) $50.- Toolwatch. thank you for reading!