As winter fades and we welcome lighter evenings, Casio America, Inc. makes adjusting for Daylight Saving Time (DST) a seamless process with a variety of timepieces from its EDIFICE and G-SHOCK collection. This year, Daylight Saving Time will begin at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 8, and Casio's timepieces offer a clear advantage – relieve you of the task of adjusting time.
The EDIFICE Super Slim EQB1000D-1A and the ECB900PB-1A are packed with technology and designed for those looking for elegance and functionality. Imagine having to set your timepiece during a busy traveling week, the EDIFICE connected timepieces boast Smartphone Link Connectivity to automate this task. By downloading the CASIO WATCH+ app and connecting to a compatible smartphone via Bluetooth® technology, the watches update with the latest time zone and Daylight Saving Time information for up to 300 cities worldwide. Both models feature enhanced charging technology that can efficiently store energy for power as well as maintain a charge.
The EQB1000D-1A ($330) is designed with a super slim case measuring 8.9 millimeters and a sapphire crystal face, and the ECB900PB-1A ($240) is equipped with a comfortable, black polyurethane band, and a black IP case and bezel with a charcoal grey accented dial.
If you are more about G-SHOCK'S style and not so much about being connected, then the GA700AR-1A and the GA140AR-1A are great choices as we transition to Daylight Saving Time. Both models feature a DST on/off functionality that allows you to control when to switch to Daylight Saving Time as well as adjust to 29 time zones including 48 cities and coordinated universal time (UTC). As part of G-SHOCK'S Adrenaline Red Series, the GA700AR-1A ($110) and the GA140AR-1A ($110) come in matte black cases and bands with striking red watch dials for looks that are tough and that go well with today's street fashion.
For additional information on Casio's EDIFICE Connected collection of timepieces, please visit EDIFICE.casio.com. For additional information on G-SHOCK timepieces, please visit gshock.com.