Casio Creates New EDIFICE Watch Inspired by Sebastian Vettel

Oct 26, 2009
Casio ambassador Sebastian Vettel boasts to be Formula 1s youngest ever Grand Prix winner. Sebastian, famous for his ideally timed manoeuvres and almost faultless driving, has all the makings of a World Champion. He has already been on the podium six times this season.

Casio has created a new motorsport-themed EDIFICE watch - the EDIFICE EQW-M1000-SV-1AER. The timepiece will be available in a limited number of just 100 pieces.

The Casio EQW-M1000SV-1AER watch is a sporty-styled watch, demonstrating the sophistication of a refined chronograph. The watch is crafted in solid steel. The casing base is worth special attention - it bears the engravings of the winners signature and dynamic logos.

The watch is created in the colors of the Red Bull F1 team it features design details in red, blue and yellow. Casio fans will surely appreciate a relief-like 3D design revealing the inner workings of the timepiece.

As found out, the special edition Casio watch is delivered in a bespoke gift package, along with an autographed picture of Sebastian Vettel and an original helmet-like badge.

The Casio EQW-M1000SV-1AER watch guarantees most precision atomic timekeeping as it incorporates the brands cutting-edge radio controlled Wave Ceptor technology, due to which the watch is updated up to six times a day from international radio transmitters.

Wave Ceptor technology allows watches to get time signals a few times a day from a number of timing services from different parts of the world, who base their work on ultra-accurate atomic clocks. Wave Ceptor watches synchronise the signals, thus offering long-term timekeeping accuracy.

Moreover, the Casio watch keeps time for 29 cities worldwide.

The new Casio EDIFICE watch provides supreme functionality, including a 1/20 second stopwatch, full automatic calendar, tachymeter and solar rechargeable power cell.

The Casio EQW-M1000SV-1AER watch is available at the price of 350 Euro.

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