Casio’s Edifice Watch Collection proves that a watch is more than a timepiece. They come in handsome styles that appeal to different personalities and with features and functions that take you from the boardroom to the gym. The collection is based on the chronograph, a brainchild of Louis Moinet in 1816, and first marketed by Nicolas Matthieu Rieussec in 1821.
A chronograph watch can be used as a stopwatch and other time measuring tasks. A basic chronograph has a second hand that is started, stopped, and returned to zero while more complex ones have multiple hands for measuring time in increments as small as a tenth of a second. Some may have a tachymeter, a moveable bezel with the ability to compute speed and distance based on travel times.
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The Casio Edifice Series includes four collections: Standard Chronograph, Smartphone Link, Limited Edition, and Solar Powered Chronograph. Our list of the 10 Best Casio Edifice Watches breaks down the styles and features to help you find the perfect one for your lifestyle.