New 6K Carbon EDIFICE Watches

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Here are Xanadu Luxury, we love great collaborations and here is one that we have to talk about.

Casio announced yesterday the release of three new EDIFICE high-performance metal chronograph watches. All three watches are made from 6K carbon and were designed with the Formula One team Scuderia AlphaTauri, whose driver Pierre Gasly took the checkered flag in last September’s Italian Grand Prix.

So what is 6K carbon, It is when a material is woven from bundles of 6,000 carbon fibers.

All three models features sapphire crystals, so owners don’t have to worry about breakage. The EQB-1000AT and ECB-10AT can automatically calibrate the time when paired with a smartphone, using a dedicated app. The app can also help the team keep track of the local time from a preset selection of three hundred cities – perfect for those of you who travel the world, but may not be a Formula One racing driver.

The New EQB-1000AT

EQB-1000AT – Based on the original slim-profile EQB-1000 chronograph with Tough Solar power system, this new watch also allows users to set the time on the main display and inset-dial display to any two cities via the app. The durable Cordura™ fabric band withstands the toughest conditions.


ECB-10AT – Based on the original ECB-10 with Schedule Timer function, which syncs with your smartphone’s calendar app whether you have an iOS or Android, to display schedule start and end times on the LCD and provide audible alerts, this new watch also pairs with a smartphone to set the watch to local time automatically as you travel.


EFS-S590AT – Based on the original 9.9mm slim, comfortable-fit, solar-powered EFS-S590, this new watch also features a sporty rotating inner ring that shows the time remaining before the user’s next scheduled event.

Want to find our more about EDIFICE – visit http://www.edifice-watches.com

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