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Casio Lineage Watches

The Lineage series from Casio is the brand’s offering of mid-range watches that run on solar-powered quartz movements. The Casio Lineage family of timepieces come in a variety of different models. The selection includes models such as the classic understated analog watch with a date display window, chronographs, and even timepieces that have both an analog dial and a digital screen.

Exuding a stylish and laid-back look, these Casio radio-controlled watches are perfect for your everyday adventure through the concrete jungle. And if you are a frequent traveler, you will surely want the best Casio watch from this collection on your wrist. Regardless of whether you are traveling in Europe, North America, Japan, or China, your Casio Lineage will be able to receive a calibration radio signal. Thus, this ensures that the time displayed is always accurate.

Price List at a Glance: The Best Casio Lineage Watches

Model

Prices (Approx)

Features

Casio Lineage ref. LIW-M610TDS-1AJF$329 USD
  • Stainless steel case on a solid bracelet
  • Radio-controlled
  • Day/date indicator
  • Daily alarm
  • Ttwo time zones
  • Chronograph functions
  • Fully automatic calendar
  • Battery life indicator 
  • Power-saving function
Casio Lineage ref. LCW-M100TSE-7AJF$207 USD
  • Titanium case
  • Analog-digital  display
  • Gray dial
  • Date-day display, 
  • Radio controlled
  • World time
  • Chronograph
  • Countdown time
  •  5-day daily alarm
  • Battery life indicator
  • Perpetual calendar
  • Solar quartz movement
Casio Lineage ref. LCW-M100TSE-1AJF$235 USD
  • Titanium case
  • Black dial 
  • Analog-digital display
  • Perpetual calendar
  • Radio-controlled
  • Solar quartz movement 
Casio Lineage ref. LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF$235 USD
  • Chronograph functions
  • Countdown timer
  • Perpetual calendar
  • Power reserve indicator
  • Radio-controlled
  • Solar quartz movement
Casio Lineage ref. LCW-M300D-1AJF$374 USD
  • Stainless steel case and bezel 
  • Stainless steel bracelet
  • 29 time zones,
  • UTC time display
  • Chronograph
  • LED backlight
  • Battery indicator display
Casio Lineage ref. LCW-M170DB-1AER$373 USD
  • Black stainless steel case and bracelet
  • Sapphire crystal 
  • Black dial
  • Chronograph functions
  • Daily alarm function
  • Solar-powered
  • Quartz movement
Casio Lineage ref. LCW-M170TD-7AER$373 USD
  • Silver titanium case and bracelet
  • Sapphire crystal glass 
  • Automatic calendar
  • LED light
  • Solar-powered 
  • Radio signal receiver
  • 50m water resistance
Casio Lineage ref. LCW-M170TD-1AER$373 USD
  • Frosted titanium case
  • Gray dial
  • LED light
  • World time
  • Stop watch
  • Countdown timer
  • Automatic calendar
  • Battery life indicator
Casio Lineage ref. LIW-M610DB-1AJF $253 USD
  • Stainless steel case and band
  • Solar-powered
  • Radio-controlled
  • Day-date display
  • Chronograph functions
  • World time, timer, and alarm
Casio Lineage ref. LCW-M600D-1BJF $260 USD
  • Date-day display
  • World time, alarm, and small seconds subdials 
  • LED backlight
  • 12/24 hour system display switching
  • Perpetual calendar
  • Stopwatch
  • Radio-controlled
  • 100m water resistance 

How Much Does a Casio Lineage Watch Cost?

Depending on the model, a radio-controlled, solar-powered watch from the Lineage collection typically costs between $200 USD to $400 USD. These mid-range timepieces are perfect for those who want an eco-friendly wristwatch that is as accurate as can possibly be. Moreover, the materials used and the complications of these Casio Lineage watches also play a part in the pricing of these timepieces.

For instance, one of the cheapest Casio watches in the current Lineage lineup retails at approximately $200 USD. The Casio Lineage Ref. LCW-M100DE-7AJF comes in a 40mm stainless steel case and bracelet with a stylish silver hue. This model features a combination of an analog dial with a digital display at the 6 o’clock position. Functions of this Casio solar watch include a perpetual calendar, two time zones, five separate daily alarms, a stopwatch, and a timer.

Another affordable watch in this collection is the Casio Lineage Ref. LIW-120DEJ-7A2JF, which is similarly priced at around $200 USD. While the previously mentioned timepiece sports a dual analog-digital dial, this Casio watch flaunts a traditional analog dial with a date display window at the 3 o’clock position.

Models like the Casio Lineage Ref. LIW-M610TDS-1AJF lean on the more expensive side of the spectrum. This 41.6mm Casio solar watch is housed in a titanium case on a bracelet made from the same material. With a case thickness of 10.6mm, this Casio Lineage titanium watch is a relatively slim model, especially considering the number of features it boasts.

The Ref. LIW-M610TDS-1AJF comes equipped with three subdials — one of which is for the date of the week. There is also a date display window between the 4 and 5 o’clock hour markers for added convenience. Other features of this Casio Lineage watch include a stopwatch, world time, timer, and alarm. However, the true highlight of this Casio solar watch is its Multi-Band 6 technology. It receives radio waves from six stations around the globe and can automatically adjust and display the time accurately. The Casio Lineage ref. LIW-M610TDS-1AJF will set you back an estimated $329 USD.

The Casio Lineage Ref. LCW-M100TSE-1AJF and Ref. LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF are timepieces that both come in 40mm titanium cases. Both of these solar-powered watches come with black analog-digital dials that are protected behind sapphire crystals. In terms of their features, both the Ref. LCW-M100TSE-1AJF and Ref. LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF come equipped with day and date displays, luminous hour markers and hands, countdown timers, alarms, and power reserve indicators.

The main difference between these two Casio Lineage titanium watches can be found on their faces. The Ref. LCW-M100TSE-1AJF features slim silver indices for hour markers, while the Ref. LCW-M100TSE-1A2JF utilizes Arabic numerals.

Meanwhile, the titanium Casio Lineage Ref. LCW-M100TSE-7AJF is another similar timepiece. However, its analog-digital dial comes in a subtle gray shade. All three of these Casio watches are worth around $340 USD each.

Tough Solar and Multi-Band 6 Technology 

Timepieces in the Casio Lineage line employ two advanced Casio technologies. There are timepieces that run on the brand’s Tough Solar system and others that are controlled by the Casio Lineage MultiBand 6 technology. There are also a few newer models that utilize both systems in order to create a Casio watch that is both extremely accurate and has long battery life. But what exactly is the difference between these two technologies?

Tough Solar

Solar-powered watches are nothing new. Many watch enthusiasts have been making the switch to solar-powered watches over the past decade. Besides having great battery life, these timepieces are also extremely eco-friendly since they don’t require battery replacements.

Casio, however, has taken the concept of the solar-powered watch one step further. The brand’s Tough Solar System allows a Casio solar watch to convert light into energy from even the weakest light sources. This means that the company’s original solar-charging system is limited not only to sunlight but can even utilize fluorescent indoor lighting such as lamps.

The brand integrates minuscule solar cells onto the dial of a Casio radio-controlled, solar-powered watch from the Lineage series. Because these small solar panels are rather inconspicuous, the brand is still able to release timepieces with dials in a variety of colors, styles, and designs.

Solar-powered Casio watches also come equipped with an accumulator. This device enables solar watches to save surplus energy and store it until needed. Thus, this guarantees that these timepieces will continue working even in the dimmest of locations.

Casio Lineage Multiband 6

On the other hand, the Casio Lineage Multiband 6 is the brand’s latest radio technology. It allows Casio watches to receive terrestrial radio waves from six transmission stations worldwide. These stations are located in North America, Europe, Japan, and China.

If you are in any of the aforementioned locations and you have already set your local time, your Casio watch will automatically receive radio wave signals. This guarantees that these radio-controlled Casio watches for men are always accurate to the second. This process happens at night, meaning you will not even notice it! Take note, though, that if you are outside any of these regions, your Lineage watch will function as any normal quartz watch would.

Worried that you are living in a big city with lots of neighboring buildings surrounding you? Don’t fret, the Casio Lineage Multiband 6 technology is so powerful that your Casio Lineage watch will still receive signals even when surrounded by buildings.

Casio Lineage's History and Design Details

Casio got its start manufacturing electronic calculators back in 1946, in the aftermath of World War II. This Japanese brand did not venture out into the world of timepieces until 1974. Nowadays, Casio is synonymous with watches and is a staple among prominent figures both on and off-screen. And it is clear to see why: after all these timepieces are incredibly durable, sturdy, and they look good as well.

Casio offers several collections of timepieces that boast rugged looks such as the G-Shock series for men and the Baby-G line for women. However, for those in the market for more subdued and understated watches, the Casio Lineage collection is the one for you. These Casio watches focus on providing advanced performance and accuracy while flaunting a classic analog look.

This series of Casio watches are both radio-controlled and run on solar energy. Housed in either a titanium or stainless steel case, these timepieces are incredibly robust and can withstand whatever life throws your way. The current lineup of the Lineage series offers watches with classic vibes, with the majority of them boasting black or silver dials. That said, there are a few that come with differently-colored dials, like the Ref. LIW-M610D-2AJF, which features a deep blue dial.

Depending on the model, a Casio radio-controlled watch can come with either a traditional analog dial or one with an additional digital screen located at the lower quarter of the dial.

This digital screen displays the date and day of the week. For the day of the week feature, you can choose between five offered languages. This includes English, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, and German. This feature of the Casio radio-controlled watches is perfect for aspiring polyglots who want to start with the basics. Additionally, the LCD screen also serves as a digital stopwatch, countdown timer, world time, and a five-day alarm.

It is easy to overlook a Casio Lineage watch, amidst the more charismatic Casio collections. These simple Casio watches for men are often overshadowed by more rugged timepieces in the brand’s catalog. However, Lineage models are truly meant for more casual affairs. Regardless of whether it is a hectic day at the office or a casual hangout with peers, a Casio radio-controlled, solar-powered watch from the Lineage family is the perfect everyday companion. 

Reasons to Buy a Casio Lineage Watch

  1. 1. The Lineage collection provides people from across the globe with reliable Casio solar-powered watches. Solar charging removes the fear of the battery in your quartz watch meeting its end. If taken good care of, Lineage watches can last for decades, with you never having to worry about their batteries. On top of that, this also makes the Casio Lineage incredibly environmentally friendly, since it lessens the need for disposable batteries.
  2. 2. Since the timepieces in this collection rely on radio technology, they will always display the exact and accurate time. Models that depend on the Casio Lineage Multiband 6 technology even synchronize themselves with atomic clock signals based on your location. Moreover, depending on your location, a Casio radio-controlled watch from the Lineage series can also set itself to summer and winter time automatically.
  3. 3. Casio offers some of the world’s best affordable quartz watches, and the Lineage models are certainly among them. Thanks to its accessible price points, its abundance of useful features, and its simple yet stylish designs, this family of Casio watches certainly gives you the best value for your money.
  4. 4. Speaking of features, the analog-digital models of this Casio watch collection offer several efficient features that all come in handy. Including its perpetual calendar, stopwatch, timer, world time, battery indicator, and more, the features of this timepiece are all particularly useful.
  5. 5. The most practical feature of the Casio Lineage line for the analog-digital models is the five independent daily alarms. This is perfect if you do not always run on a fixed schedule every day.

Casio Lineage: Powerful Solar Powered, Radio Controlled Watches 

If you’re in search of an accurate timepiece that offers both an analog and modern feel, the Casio Lineage is the one for you. These solar-powered watches from Casio are incredibly good-looking and lightweight, especially if you opt for a Casio Lineage titanium watch. Moreover, they are also unbelievably accurate.

A Casio Lineage watch is perfect for those who simply want to “set-and-forget.” Once you have set your local time, you need not worry about adjusting the time since your Casio Lineage will receive radio waves that will automatically adjust and correct it. Thus, you get nothing but precise timekeeping every second of every day. What’s more, since it is solar-powered, it can generate ample power from even the dimmest of light sources for a smooth and continuous operation.

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