For the most part, Casio makes decent value dress watches. A few years ago, I reviewed the Casio Sapphire LTP, a watch that was almost as good as a Daniel Wellington for less money. Although Casio discontinued the Sapphire LTP the month after I wrote the article, it has been replaced with the MTS-110. Casio watches are known for their durability and are well worth the price.
As far as the design of the watch goes, the Casio fx-100 has a striking look. Its marble-like dial and brushed flat bezel are sure to attract attention. Its full steel construction makes it look like a budget Patek Philippe/AP hybrid. And, because Casio watches are so reasonably priced, you don’t need to worry about losing your watch, even if it falls out of your pocket!
Another great feature of a Casio watch is its durability. While most consumers take the design of a watch for granted, Casio made a G-Shock watch that is designed for rugged use. Not only did this watch make a mark in the world of watches, but it also made the company a household name. G-Shock is one of the most durable watches on the market, and Casio’s quality and durability are second to none.
The Casio F-91W is one of the most popular and well known watches, being worn by the likes of presidents and terrorists. With three buttons, the F-91W has a lot of useful features. Unlike many digital watches, this one measures down to 1/100th of a second, making it ideal for sports and work. Changing the strap is simple, too.