Casio is a watch and electronics company based in Japan. Casio was founded in 1946 by the engineer Tadao Kashio. Famous for its sturdy and functional calculators Casio soon started producing watches, among them the extremely popular Casio calculator watch.
In 1983 the first Casio G-Shock watch hit market. In 1999 Casio sold the first GPS sensor watch, in 2000 Casio released the world’s first wrist watch with a camera, laying the foundation for smart watches. Since 200 Casio also produces small radio controlled solar powered watches. Today the most successful Casio brand is G-Shock with prices up to $1,000 or more for the high-end G-Shock models. Casio watches are accompanied by Casio phones, Casio keyboards, Casio cameras and the Casio calculator watch is still in existence as well. Among the most requested watches are the Casio pathfinder, Casio edifice. For some collectors Casio vintage watches and used Casio or replica Casio watches are desirable objects, including Casio retro and retro Casio watches. Most aficionados purchase Casio watches for men and often look for Casio watch bands to enhance their collection. WatchTime covers Casio quartz watches news, including Casio G-Shock watches, G-Shock watch updates and Edifice watches from Casio. WatchTime also covers Casio reviews, interviews with Casio staff and other Casio experts. Casio watches are among the most popular watches in the affordable watches category. Read more about a certain Casio watch and Casio watches such as the Casio Calculator watch, Casio gold watch, Casio Frogman, Casio watches for men, Casio digital watch, Casio illuminator watch, Casio GPS watch, Casio Solar watch and Casio Pathfinder. We also are the right platform for fans of the Casio calculator watch and the Casio Mudman as well as Casio a168 models.