Casio adds a new member to its EDIFICE Black Label collection

Casio has added another signature timepiece to its luxury EDIFICE Black Label collection. The new model, codenamed EQW-A1000DC-1A features 3D face with purple and white accents and is outfitted with solar atomic timekeeping. It has a dual-layer chronograph with Casio’s Smart Access feature that permits easier, more sensitive operation of multiple functions by combining independent hand movement, made possible by the new 5-motor layout, with electronic crown-controlled switching.

The watch is made from a solid stainless steel black IP case and highlighted by an anodized aluminum bezel. It has a large disk indicator installed in the cut-out between the upper and lower dials rotates to allow quick confirmation of the current mode. Other features included in this stylish models are Self-Charging and Tough Solar Power Technology which combines solar panel with a large-capacity rechargeable battery, Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping, Countdown Timer, Full Auto-Calendar, World Time as well as 100M water resistant.

Casio EQW-A1000DC-1A timepiece

The EQW-A1000DC-1A will be available this summer for an MSRP of $750.

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