- Exclusive Active Racing Line design theme and features
- Revolutionary Bluetooth feature pairs watch and smartphone to correct displayed time for world travellers
- Multifunction timepiece available from May 2015 for £300
The highly anticipated 2015 spring/summer collection from Casio Edifice represents the latest advancements in watch technology and precision. Watch enthusiasts have come to expect that Edifice timepieces offer exclusive features and unique designs and this collection is no different with Casio creating a new line around a central Active Racing Line theme that takes the brand’s motorsport inspired designs to a new level.
The Casio Edifice EQB510D is the first feature packed release for 2015, a multifunction timepiece that exudes a bold design index. A key element of this hero model is the inclusion of Bluetooth Smart technology, which allows it to be paired with a compatible smartphone* running a free to download Casio application.
Primarily designed for world travellers, this revolutionary feature allows the watch to automatically correct the main analogue display to precisely match the local time in whatever country you alight in. Meanwhile, the supplementary dials are used like a watch-withinawatch to clearly indicate the time and date back at home. Twice a year the EQB510D will use its smartphone link to automatically adjust the clock between British Summer Time and Greenwich Mean Time. And in an additional feature that saves constant checking of your smartphone, the app can be used to remotely set alarm calls and provide incoming email notifications on the watch.
Extra features of the Casio Edifice EQB510D include environmentallyfriendly solar charging, 10 bar water resistance for swimming and snorkelling, alarm clock, splittimer stopwatch, and a speed meter. All this technology is packed within a beautifully crafted stainless steel construction and under a scratchresistant mineral glass cover.
The 2015 Casio Edifice EQB510D has a recommended retail price of £300 and will be available from April 2015 from branches of H. Samuel as well as Casio London (www.casioonline.co.uk).