Check Out Our Best Casio Watches for Innovative Features and Good Looks
With the amount of Casio watches out in the market, narrowing down the best one can be unbelievably difficult given that the company has been around for quite some time now.
We however, tried to narrow down the best Casio Watches based on different factors such as quality of build, features and functions, materials used and the overall user experience. We look into Casio’s G-Shock and Edifice lines to determine the fantastic timepieces Casio has to offer that suits your lifestyle needs
With diver specifications of ISO 200m water resistance, the limited 35th Anniversary Magma Ocean release, Casio G-shock Frogman is the outdoorsman’s perfect timepiece. With an 18-millimeter thickness, not only does the person wearing this watch feel the high quality of materials used with the Frogman but can tell that this watch can weather through the toughest of elements.
Just because a watch has so many functions, does not mean it will compromise your cool styling. If a martini-drinking spy was a watch, he is probably an Edifice EQS-800CPB-1AVCF. With 100m water resistance, a battery indicator, Black Ion plated bezel and solar-powered function, this is Casio’s example of cutting edge technology.
Featuring a solar-rechargeable battery and neo-brite luminous markers/hands, the Casio Solar Sport watch is the answer to an active lifestyle need. With water resistance of 100 m for swimming or snorkeling, this timepiece goes where the adventure takes you.
With a Genuine leather strap, connect type buckle clasp and stainless steel case, Casio have come up with a superbly stylish and ultra robust watch. With mineral crystals, sweeping second hand and 3 analog hands plus 50 m water resistance, the Casio Classic is a far cry from your ordinary watch.
For the active swimmer or water skiing enthusiast, the Casio Super Illuminator might be the right, non-resin watch for you. With 100 m water resistance, secure stainless steel bracelet and Super Illuminating LED, this watch is definitely value for money.