Casio Announces New EDIFICE Watch with Solar Technology and Smartphone Connectivity

Casio new EDIFICE

Casio has announced its new EDIFICE collection of timepieces – the ECB900DB – with enhanced features like Tough Solar and Bluetooth Connected technology. The new smartwatch is stylish and comfortable and is designed for both professional and personal lifestyles.

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“The new ECB900DB demonstrates Casio’s aptitude for progressive design and innovation,” said David Johnson, Vice President of Casio’s Timepiece Division. “It is a great addition to the EDIFICE collection providing all of the features consumers know and crave with a fresh design.”

When paired to a smartphone, the watch can be connected via Bluetooth to access the correct time in its current location and for up to 300 cities worldwide, even updating with the latest time zone and Daylight Saving Time information, says a press release.


The ECB900DB has a bold 3D dial and stainless-steel case and band. The new watch also boasts a Tough Solar chronograph with enhanced charging technology that can efficiently store energy for power as well as maintain a charge. Casio’s Tough Solar technology consists of a solar panel system that converts light to electricity and eliminates the need for battery changes. It can even be charged in low or fluorescent light. 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, high-brightness double LED light, stopwatch with speed indicator and more.

Casio’s EDIFICE collection reflects a distinct sense of style by providing men with features that are ideal for professional and weekend lifestyles. The collection speaks to upwardly, mobile men whose goals lie anywhere from the boardroom to the ballpark.

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The new EDIFICE will be available this spring in two styles: black watch face with blue accents or black watch face with red accents. Both models will be priced at $200, and will be available at select jewelry and watch retailers nationwide, as well as the company’s website.

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