The Most Expensive Casio Watches in the World
Let’s see the most expensive Casio watches in the world. Oceanus is the elite line of Casio watches designed for both men and women. The line uses technology from both the G-Shock and Waveceptor watch series. Oceanus is the world’s first atomic solar chronograph watch. This allows you to have classic chronographic movement and also enjoy the pinpoint accuracy of atomic timekeeping.
4. Oceanus 600 series
The Oceanus OCW-T600 series wristwatches are the basic oceanus model of a Japanese market. Oceanus is the first watch to offer 5 motor technology combined with Atomic Solar technology. Each motor controls a movement on the watch face (second hand, chronograph, world time, and 24 hour time). The new fifth motor replaces the function of the LCD screen found in our first generation models with a classic date display. All five motor models come in Titanium cases along with Titanium or Leather bands. As most expensive Casio watches, they are built with style, functionality and technology in mind.
3. Oceanus CACHALOT
The Oceanus CACHALOT series wristwatches as one of most expensive Casio watches are designed imaging marine sports. Moreover, it includes the rotation bezel and the yacht timer chronograph. First off, the Cachalot looks great. The outer timing bezel clicks with a satisfying majesty and the face is readable – except in certain situations, which I’ll describe below. It’s water resistant to 20 BAR and features 5 band radio auto-setting, solar powered batteries, world time settings, as well as a countdown timer and stopwatch.
2. Oceanus 700 series
The Oceanus ocwm700tba series watches are the newest Oceanus watch model in the American market. It features a complete analog face with no LCD screen as well as the standard characteristics for Oceanus watches. This most expensive Casio watches also includes a tide meter to show the status of the ocean tides in the current time zone.
1. Oceanus 1000 Series “Manta”
Released on June 1, 2007, the Oceanus Manta is the newest in the line of Japanese Oceanus watches and it’s one of the most expensive Casio watches. Complete with the sapphire crystal and the MULTI-BAND 5 technology, the Manta is by far the most versatile and the most expensive watch out of all the Oceanus watches with a base price of 100,000 Japanese Yen (approx. $1000 American). It does not include the tide meter that appears on the 700 series. It closely resembles the 600 series watch style however thinner than both the 700 and 600 series watches. The most significant characteristic about the Oceanus watch is that it has the world’s thinnest solar-powered chronograph. This most expensive Casio watches watch has a thickness of about 9.8mm.