Take a step back to 1983 with a timepiece that pays respect to the world’s thinnest calculator in its time, the Casio SL-800.

A revolutionary calculator no bigger than a credit card , the eight-digit SL-800 paved the way for much more to come.

Casio revives this iconic design in timepiece form, bringing the original ’80s touch to the ever-popular A168 — by using the retro black and gold base colors of the SL-800, and even the same accent colors used for the time display numbers and other details.

Vintage flair meets contemporary style for a timepiece as eye-catching as it is nostalgic.


At 85 mm x 54 mm, the eight-digit SL-800 calculator was astonishingly slim, at just 0.8 mm, and light, at 12 g. The calculator represented the pinnacle of the digital technologies that made possible a new era of slim, lightweight, compact products. It also laid the foundation for Casio development of state-of-the-art high-density mounting technology. In 2013, the SL-800 was designated an Essential Historical Materials for Science and Technology (or Future Technology Heritage) by the National Museum of Nature and Science in Tokyo, as a calculator with an extraordinarily slim, compact form.


Basic Information

Case size (L× W× H)

38.6 × 36.3 × 9.6 mm


49 g

Case and bezel material

Resin / Chrome plated


Stainless Steel Band
Adjustable Clasp

Water resistance

Water Resistant

Power supply and battery life

Approx. battery life: 7 years on CR2016

Net Quantity

1 piece

Pakistan Product Code


Country Of Origin




Resin Glass

Compatible band size

145 to 205 mm

Watch Features


1/100-second stopwatch Measuring capacity: 59’59.99″ Measuring modes: Elapsed time, split time, 1st-2nd place times

Alarm/hourly time signal

Daily alarm
Hourly time signal


Electro-luminescent backlight

Light color



Auto-calendar (28 days for February)


Accuracy: ±30 seconds per month

Other features

12/24-hour format
Regular timekeeping: Digital: Hour, minute, second, pm, date, day


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