Best Casio Watch In 2023
This digital timepiece includes a built-in stopwatch, timer, and 5-point daily alarm. However, those are mere novelties compared to this watch's most impression function.
The G-Shock Casio watch range came into being through a desire to create an indestructible watch. After 10 years and 200 prototypes, Casio finally released the original G Shock watch – arguable the toughest timepiece on the planet.
Regardless, there's something to be said for the fact that the Casio A168W-1 is still alive and kicking in the 21st century. After all – its features are pretty basic and can be easily accessed on any modern smartphone.
The F-91W is essentially the cheaper version of the A168W-1. Instead of a metal casing, the F-91W has plastic construction. That's pretty much the only difference between the two!
Okay – the Casioak isn't an official G shock Casio watch. It's a nickname given to the G Shock Casio watch GA-2100. This watch looks incredibly similar to the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak – a luxury Swiss watch retailing for upwards of $20,000.
It's a classic Casio watch with a slight twist – it isn't digital. Casio designed the Edifice range to appeal to the more professional man. The EFV-100 is one of many Edifice watches appropriate to wear in a business environment.
The Calculator Watch (or CA-53W-1ER) does what it says on the tin – it's a calculator that sits on your wrist like a watch. This is a throwback to the 80s. In fact, this one actually features in the ‘Vintage' collection on the Casio website.
It's solar-powered, so there's no risk of battery failure in the middle of a 30-mile hike. This tank of a watch boasts 10 bar water resistance, a fully functioning compass, barometric pressure and altitude detector, a thermometer, and one hell of a solid casing to boot.
As with any dress watch, there isn't too much to say about the Casio MTS-110-7AV because of its simplicity and minimal style. It tells the time, looks elegant, and pairs well with a dinner suit or tuxedo – what more could you want from a dress watch?
It costs less than $100 but features some of the distinctive features of the Rolex version. The staple curved day window at the top of the dial, a smaller date window below, and a simple watch face that doesn't try and be too complex or showy.