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Casio watches for a small wrist

Casio W96H

This is a list of Casio watches that are small wrist friendly, and includes a few G-SHOCK models.

My wrist compared to other wrists

How wrist size is determined where watches are concerned is whether you wear the before or after the wrist knuckle.

If I am wearing a watch with resin, NATO or leather strap on it, I wear the watch before the wrist knuckle. That part of my wrist measures at 6.5 inches or 16.5cm.

If I am wearing a watch with a metal bracelet, I purposely wear those more loosely, and the watch rests after the wrist knuckle and closer to where the hand begins. That part of my wrist measures 6.75 inches or 17cm.

The average man's wrist size is generally agreed to be 7 inches (17.75cm) around, so anything smaller than that is considered small.

In my experience, the following Casio watches will properly fit smaller wrists between 6.0" (15cm) to 6.75 (17.75cm) inches around.

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