Experience the new technologies Casio came up with this fantastic stainless steel Bluetooth watch from the Edifice line.
- High-quality stainless steel case and bracelet
- Great design
- Easy to use and configure
- Too big for small wrists
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A Bluetooth watch is not something you see around pretty often isn’t it? Since Casio likes to have at least one watch line in every possible watch niche, they covered Bluetooth watches that can connect to mobile devices. Yet this is not a smartwatch as some might be tempted to conclude.
Let’s start with the design which is substantial. The stainless steel case and bracelet feel great on the wrist and look premium at first glance. What I like the most about this watch is the dial. It is neither overcrowded nor too simplistic. It has a great balance between the subdials and the cleanness of the dial.
I also love the subtle blue band underneath the case. It just makes it look so much better.
The crown is not complicated at all, but rather classic. The other side buttons are for the subdials and Bluetooth configuration.
As you may have already seen on the right-hand side of the dial, there is a world map. Surprisingly enough this map actually spins around. Not so useful in the end but it is a nice design element.
The world time feature basically lets you set a certain time zone whenever you travel. This is especially useful for businessmen or travelers. If you stay home most of the time I don’t think you are going to use it anytime soon.
Why would I choose the Casio Edifice EQB600D over other similar watches? It depends. I like the design, it is pretty futuristic with the spinning world map and all. I like simple watches as well, and this a pretty straight forward watch. Is this the best watch in this price range? I don’t know, but I know it is a great watch.
- Solar charging
- 100 m water resistance
- Linking through Bluetooth with your mobile devices
- Stainless steel case and bracelet
- Clean dial
- Mineral crystal window
- 330 ft. water resistance
- World Time feature