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Casio slims down Edifice collection with new connected watch


Casio is expanding its Edifice collection with its latest addition, the super slim EQB1000D-1A.

It has a sleek, slim case design and is equipped with Casio’s Tough Solar Technology and Bluetooth connectivity.

David Johnson, vice president of Casio’s timepiece division, said: “Our latest EDIFICE timepiece is the ideal combination of style, innovation and design.”


Adding: “We know consumers are always on the hunt for a versatile timepiece that is both functional and looks great. The new EQB1000D-1A offers that and more in a slim and stylish package.”

After a full-charge and without further exposure to light, the timepiece has a battery life of approximately five months.

Additional features include water resistance up to 100 meters, a 1/1000th second stopwatch, 200 Lap memory, daily alarm and full auto calendar.

Designed with a super slim case measuring 8.9mm and a sapphire crystal face, the EQB1000D-1A will be available this summer for a MSRP of $300 at select jewelry and watch retailers nationwide, as well as at casio.com.

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