Best Casio Watch For Women Reviews

Updated February 2, 2021

Originally a company which produced office items and calculators, Casio began making watches in the 1970s.

It is now one of the most recognised watchmakers, with international distribution and brand recognition that has made it a success around the world.

Ladies Casio watches range from sporty styles such as their G Shock and Baby G collections, through to dressier, classic designs.

They offer both digital and analog options, in a wide variety of styles and materials.

You may be interested in purchasing a female Casio watch because you’ve heard about their reliability and quality production, or the affordable prices.

With so many Casio watches for ladies to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start. We’ve rounded up a selection of the best to help kick start your search.

We’ve also given a quick run down of some of the points you might want to consider when choosing a Casio girl watch.

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1 Casio - Unisex Watch White Resin G-Shock S Series GMAS130-7A
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Casio G-Shock S Series GMAS130-7A Watch
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2 Casio - A910 Enticer Analog White Dial Women's Watch Casio A910 Enticer Women's Watch
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3 Casio - Women's LA11WB-1 Sport Watch
Best For Low Budgets
Casio Women's LA11WB-1 Sport Watch
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4 Casio - BGA-190GL-1B Baby G Dial Polyurethane Strap Ladies Watch
Best Overall
Casio Baby G Dial Ladies Watch
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5 Casio - Women's BA-111-1ACR Baby-G Casio Baby-G Quartz Watch
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1. Casio G-Shock S Series GMAS130-7A Watch

Highlights
  • Pedometer feature to track your steps, view step count history and progress
  • Sporty, unisex design
  • LED light for the face and LED backlight for the digital display
  • Memory can store 30 lap times
Best For Higher Budgets
Casio - Unisex Watch White Resin G-Shock S Series GMAS130-7A

This model from Casio’s iconic G-Shock range has the signature sporty design, giving it unisex appeal.

One of the big attractions of the G-Shock collection is that watches are shock resistant and are durable enough to take the knocks of daily wear.

This particular model has a number of additional benefits, particularly the pedometer feature which allows you to track your steps.

As well as the basic step count, you can view your step count history, a graph showing the number of steps you take per hour, and your progress towards your step target.

There is also a reminder with an indicator and alert to let you know if you’ve not taken enough steps within a certain period.

The LED light for the face and the LED backlight for the digital display are useful features, especially for running or exercising at night.

The hand shift feature moves hands out of the way when activated, giving you a clear view of the digital display.

It took a little while to get to grips with the features but once we did, we appreciated the additional functions which add to the attractive design.

Specifications

Material:
Resin
Size:
Case thickness: 15 mm
Movement:
Digital
Case Diameter:
40 mm
Watch Strap:
25 mm

Pros

  • Step reminder with indicator and alert if you’ve not taken enough steps in a certain period of time
  • 200m water resistance
  • Shock resistant
  • Hand shift feature (this moves hands out of the way allowing you a clear view of the digital display)

Cons

  • May appear too bulky for small wrists
  • Instructions are tricky to understand

2. Casio A910 Enticer Women's Watch

Highlights
  • Eye catching design with embellished bezel
  • Three subdials (24 hour, day, date)
  • Striking and unusual red leather band
  • Mineral glass face

Casio are often associated with digital watches, but as this model demonstrates they also produce some eye catching analog options.

This quartz watch has an unusual and striking red leather band. The dial features a gold ion plated bezel with a glitter-look inset for added interest.

Three subdials (showing 24 hour, day and date) sit on the face, standing out against the white dial with a sunburst effect radiating from the centre.

There are gold hour markers and hour, minute and second hands making the time easy to read, although the sundials are quite small to read clearly.

This watch works equally well as a day to day accessory or as a dress watch, and the unusual colouring of the strap makes it an attractively different timepiece.

Specifications

Material:
Ion Plated
Size:
Case thickness: 10mm
Movement:
Quartz
Case Diameter:
42 mm
Watch Strap:
11 mm, Leather
Battery Life:
Approx. 3 years

Pros

  • Accurate to within 20 seconds per month
  • 50m water resistance
  • Gold coloured stick hour markers stand out cleanly against the white dial
  • Gold coloured hour, minute and second hands

Cons

  • Glass face is not flat so it can be more prone to scratches
  • Indices on subdials are very small and a little tricky to read

3. Casio Women's LA11WB-1 Sport Watch

Highlights
  • Timeless, retro design
  • Digital display with blue border
  • 1/100 second stopwatch
  • Daily alarm
Best For Low Budgets
Casio - Women's LA11WB-1 Sport Watch

This low-priced sport watch has a timeless, retro design. The simple black resin band has a ribbed effect and fastens with a buckle closure.

The squared face has a rectangular digital display at the centre and is edged with a blue border, with three silver push buttons around the outside (timer, mode, start/stop).

The main feature that makes this a sport watch (other than the design) is the 1/100 stopwatch which is simple to use, though the small size of the display does make it difficult to read information quickly if you’re on a run, for example.

There’s also a daily alarm feature, but we found the alarm to be pretty quiet and we’ve seen similar comments from other users.

If you’re looking for a budget, functional watch for daily wear, this could be it!

Specifications

Material:
Resin
Size:
Case thickness: 8 mm
Movement:
Quartz
Case Diameter:
26 mm
Watch Strap:
14 mm

Pros

  • Perpetual calendar
  • 30m water resistance
  • Quartz movement
  • Low-cost choice

Cons

  • We found the alarm to be too quiet
  • Small display is hard to read at a quick glance

4. Casio Baby G Dial Ladies Watch

Highlights
  • Can display two time zones (one on main face, second on subdials)
  • Home City and World Time zones can be swapped easily by pressing one button
  • Durable rubber case 
  • Shock resistant
Best Overall
Casio - BGA-190GL-1B Baby G Dial Polyurethane Strap Ladies Watch

Casio’s Baby G range was designed as a scaled-down womens version of the popular G-Shock style.

This model is aimed at travellers, as it can display two time zones – one on the main face and a second, such as your home city time, on a subdial at the 6 o’clock position.

The subdial even has an aeroplane on the minute hand reflecting the travel theme. When you want to flip the times over, simply press a button without any fussing around with manual adjustments.

This watch is shock resistant and there’s a durable rubber case meaning this can stand up to day to day use or the knocks and bumps of travelling.

The image on the face is apparently a view of the Earth from a spacecraft, although this isn’t immediately obvious!

One frustration was that the hour markers are clear in some positions but in others, the chunky numerals make it hard to know the exact hour position at a quick look.

Specifications

Material:
Rubber
Size:
Case thickness: 14 mm
Movement:
Japanese Quartz
Case Diameter:
42 mm
Watch Strap:
19 mm, Resin

Pros

  • Quartz movement
  • 200m water resistance
  • Mineral glass face

Cons

  • Case is quite thick and could look bulky on smaller wrists
  • The exact position of some hour markers is not clear

5. Casio Baby-G Quartz Watch

Highlights
  • Analog and digital display
  • Stopwatch
  • World time tracking – 29 time zones
  • Five daily alarms

Another option from Casio’s Baby-G range, this model offers both an analog and digital display.

The watch is largely black, with a black resin face and a black plastic strap. As with the rest of this range the watch is shock resistant which is ideal if you’re looking for a timepiece that can stand up to your active lifestyle. The hour markers and text around the face and bezel are in a bright and vibrant neon pink. The hour and minute hands also have neon pink at the tips.

However, we found it quite difficult to read the analog display as the hands are lost against the background. There are lots of useful features, such as a stopwatch, multiple time zones, five daily alarms and the auto calendar. The functions are great, but we were frustrated that the basic display was more problematic.

Specifications

Material:
Resin
Size:
Case thickness: 15.8 mm
Movement:
Quartz
Case Diameter:
46.3 mm
Watch Strap:
43.4 mm, Plastic

Pros

  • Shock resistant
  • LED backlight
  • Water resistant to 100m
  • Auto calendar programmed to 2099

Cons

  • We found it hard to see the hands against the background
  • Setting the watch was tricky

Casio Girls Watch Buying Guide

Design

Casio is a brand which you’d commonly associated with reasonably priced digital watches, but our research showed that they offer a wider range of design options than you might first think. 

Some of their most popular models are from the sporty and robust G-Shock and Baby G ranges, which are durable, shock resistant and manage to be equally suited to day to day, sports or work wear. 

They typically have resin cases and a chunky design.

Casio also offers a variety of classic analog styles which are ideal for work wear and appeal as attractive dress watches

The design of these styles is usually more delicate and slimline and they may have a leather strap or metal bracelet, with embellishment or decoration on the face. 

Then there are the styles which Casio have long been known for: sporty and retro-style digital. We even have a review for best retro Casio watches

These are usually of a very simple design, made in plastic or resin, and offer a low-cost functional option for day to day wear.

Digital Or Analog Watch Movement

Most watches can be classed as digital or analog, and Casio offers both options. An analog watch could be seen as the more traditional type. 

The time is read using hour, minute and second hands which rotate around a 12-hour dial. 

A digital watch on the other hand has a display area that shows the time in digits, to read straight off the screen. 

Whether an analog or digital watch is better for you really depends on your preferred style and whether you want a basic timepiece or a multi-functional watch. 

The accuracy of both options can be the same, depending on the internal movement. Where a digital option can excel is in its functionality. 

Digital watches can offer a huge array of functions such as a timer, pedometer, compass, heart rate monitor – and the list goes on. 

For many people, the classic style of an analog watch makes it preferable as a dress watch, but the features of a digital watch win out for daily wear. 

Materials 

Casio uses a wide range of materials within their collections, with the material choice depending on the style of the watch, its intended use and expected performance. 

Sports watches or those in the G Shock or Baby G collections use tougher materials such as resin as it is durable, can stand up to knocks and won’t show scratches. 

For more classic dress watch styles, they offer cases in materials such as stainless steel with a strap which may be made in stainless steel or leather. 

The best option for you will depend on your taste, as well as how you’ll use and wear the watch. 

For example, leather can crack and degrade if it is continuously put in water, so may not be ideal if you want a watch to wear swimming regularly.

A stainless steel face is attractive, but if you have an active or manual job it could easily get scratched and marked. 

If longevity is important, it’s best to bear these considerations in mind when making your selection.

Pricing Range

As Casio uses quartz movements rather than more intricate and labour-intensive manual movements, they are able to offer their watches at an attractive and accessible price point.

At the entry point of the range are the basic models which can be as little as US$30, or even less when on promotion. 

The prices climb up to several hundred dollars for some designs, but whatever your budget there is sure to be an option for you.

Our Verdict

If you’re set on selecting a Casio ladies watch, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a wide range of options to choose from. It’s tricky to select our favourites from the selection here as they each offer their own pros and cons.

However, it would be hard to choose a more appropriate Best Entry Level choice than the Casio Women’s LA11WB-1 Sport Watch.

This watch is typical of the retro style that Casio have been producing for decades, with a simple and functional design that is ideal for daily wear.

Our Top of the Range choice is the Casio G-Shock S Series GMAS130-7A. Casio’s G Shock watches have been a design classic and for good reason; they’re durable, robust and offer a range of functions.

Combining that durability and style in a slightly more petite package is our Best Value choice, the Casio Baby G Dial Ladies Watch which is functional, stylish and well-priced.

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