Wednesday, November 20, 2013

From the land of the rising sun here's the list of the 10 most popular and praiseworthy Japanese watch collections that you can get today. 

The key Japanese watches brands are Citizen, Seiko,Orient and Casio. Japanese watch brands often pride themselves on being technology forefront.

Here's the top 10 Japanese watches you might want to consider (in no particular ranking or order):

Casio G-Shock: GA100-1A4

For 25 years Casio G-Shock digital watches are the ultimate tough watch. Providing durable, waterproof Men's digital watches for every activity. This is the Casio Men's GA100-1A4 G-Shock X-Large Analog-Digital Black Dial Sports Watch. A 200M Water and shock resistant G-Shock that comes with 1/100 of a second chronograph, and an auto LED backlight.

Price: $85 (Last checked on Amazon)

Seiko Sportura

Seiko Sportura watches are definitely in the ranking. This watch is a very simple and easy to care leather-strapped watch. If you are looking for a great watch that is sporty, and fine like china while telling time. Seiko has done that for years, and the Sportura is definitely following in suit like their other models have.

Price: $219 (Last checked on Amazon)

Seiko Ananta Brightz

Seiko Ananta Brightz the first full-scale Seiko mechanical chronograph to commemorate the 130th anniversary of Seiko.

Price: $5,000 (Last checked on Amazon)

Casio Pathfinder

Casio's PRW2500T-7CR Pathfinder Watch is a weather station for your wrist. From Barometric Pressure, Altitude, Temperature, Tides, Moon Phase, World Time, Compass, Alarms, to Timers, and more. If you are interested in critical timing then this may be the watch for you as it automatically syncs with the Atomic Clock 6 times a day to ensure accurate timekeeping.

Price: $256 (Last checked on Amazon)

Orient Black Mako

With its roots dating back to 1901, Orient Watch brand has specialized in the manufacture and growth of mechanical timepieces. For a dressy though sporty office watch, you can't go wrong with Orient Mako in black. As a stylish "beater", this would also be a good choice, as it is sturdy, handsome, and yet inexpensive enough that if you somehow did damage it, you wouldn't be crying the same tears that you would if you mashed up your $4,000 Omega Planet Ocean.

Price: $125 (Last checked on Amazon)

Casio Edifice Motor Drive

The grown-up sibling of G-Shock models,the Casio Edifice Motor Drive has world time for 29 time zones, a chronograph, a 24-hour countdown timer, and a tachymeter scale.

Price: $321 (Last checked on Amazon)

Citizen Signature Collection Eco-Drive

Citizen Men's BZ0016-50E Signature Collection Eco-Drive Watch is priced to compete and beat European watches with the same or less features.This watch has hand-assembled Eco-Drive, light powered quartz movements and double anti-reflective coated sapphire crystals.

Price: $1,046 (Last checked on Amazon) 

Citizen Eco-Drive Promaster

For the active men and water sports enthusiasts, Citizen Men's Eco Drive Promaster 200M is water resistant up to 660 feet. This watch's mineral crystal window is scratch resistant for rugged wear. Powered by quartz movement and by natural and artificial light, this watch functions without a battery.

Price: $417 (Last checked on Amazon)  

Seiko Astron Satellite

This Seiko Astron Satellite Solar GPS watch features a sporty stainless steel case and silicon band enhanced with excellent durability. It's solar powered which meant it can function without any batteries or manual winding.

Price: $1,337 (Last checked on Amazon)  

Casio G-Aviation 

The Casio GWA1000FC-2A G-Aviation Watch's dial comes with built-in solar battery which eliminates the nuisance of replacing batteries, and the radio-controlled function means you never have to reset the time. 

Price: $338 (Last checked on Amazon)  

So there you have it, the top 10 Japanese Watches reviews, ready to get yours?