CASIO EDIFICE continues to rely on its successful Connected Watches concept and presents the new ECB-900.
The dial of the ECB-900 looks like the cockpit of a racing car and is very clear to read. The dial at 4 to 5 o’clock shows the average speed. In addition, the timepiece has a lap memory that records up to 200 laps of a race and displays the times in a clear graph on the smartphone. The fastest lap is highlighted.
The Bluetooth timepiece pairs with a smartphone to consistently provide the exact time all over the world with the help of Accurate Time System technology. Using the world time function at 9 o’clock, the wearer can select from 29 different time zones and reliably read the date and day of the week at 12 o’clock.
With the solar technology specially developed by CASIO, the chronograph is also convincing in terms of sustainability. Tiny solar cells absorb artificial light and store the energy. These enable a dark power reserve of up to 2 years.
The black-coated bezel with tachymeter display and the dark dial give the timepiece a dynamic look, while the red colour accents on the second hand and dials underline the sporty character of the watch.
The other features include high-quality stainless-steel case and bracelet, integrated LED lighting and neo-display, and 100m water resistance.
The CASIO EDIFICE ECB-900 watch is available in stores from March onwards at a recommended retail price of EUR 199 (RRP).
Model: CASIO EDIFICE Connected Watch ECB-900DB
Water resistance: 10 bar
Bluetooth® (Low Energy)
1/10 second, 24 hours; 200 lap data records
Measuring unit: 1/10 second; countdown range: 24 hours
5 multifunctional alarms, hourly signal
Smartphone Link (world time: over 300 cities, auto time adjustment),
Display of date/weekday
Hand-shift function, fully automatic double LED light (Super Illuminator); charge control indicator
Up to 24 months with power-saving function
Size of Case
Approx. 163 g