Everyone knows about Casio, right?
At some point in our life, we’ve seen, and maybe even had a Casio watch. Well, the times have changed… some of the Casio’s classic “calculator watches” or “digital watches” are lost in time.
You won’t get to buy the same one, but there’s something much better. Hear me out, you could get your very own new Casio watch. By the way, I’m not talking about buying a fake or a good copy but buying a genuine Casio Watch!
Thanks to Daraz Nepal, Casio Watch has made its official entry in Nepal. Since it is an official product, so, you will have to pay a tad bit extra.
Right now, you can choose from five types: EDIFICE, G-SHOCK, SHEEN, ENTICER, and YOUTH. The types are divided according to a specific lifestyle.
If you go and get yourself a new Casio watch, you are eligible to get exclusive FLAT 10% OFF!
Let me give you a quick rundown!
Casio Edifice watches are designed for wearers in professional careers. Moreover, these watches come with multiple functions which can range from multiple dials, world time, and multiple alarms.
Casio G-Shock watches are designed for wearers in sports, military and outdoors-oriented activities. These come with either a digital or a combination of analog and digital faces. Furthermore, it also includes nifty features like a stopwatch, countdown timer, backlight, and water resistance.
Casio Sheen watches are made for women, perfect for all occasions. These come in two major colors: Gold and Silver.
Casio Enticer watches are the “minimalistic” version of the Casio Edifice. These aren’t as complicated as the Edifice series, but they do come at a more affordable price in comparison.
As the name suggests, Casio Youth is made for the youth. These are kind of like G-Shock, but with an affordable price tag!
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