Casio Edifice EQW-M1100 watch features 1/1000-Second Stopwatch

The new Casio Edifice watch EQW-M1100 is equipped with a 1/1000-second stopwatch and exciting disk-shaped indicators that show time measurement results. The new EQW-M1100 displays time elapsed using a smart combination of the second hand and motorized disk-shaped indicators. The disk-shaped indicator at the 9-o’clock position rotates forwards and backwards and, when time measurement is stopped, alternates between displaying the 1/1000th value and the 1/100th value. The Casio EQW-M1100 also features a dual-layer face; part of the upper surface of the face is dramatically cut away to reveal a lower level with a different look. This emphasizes the multi-dimensional feeling of the face, and highlights the active functionality that is Edifice. The two disk-shaped indicators, each positioned within a small circular dial, are positioned at 9-o’clock and 4-o‘clock and are designed to look like car brake discs.

The new Casio Edifice EQW-M1100 is also packed with a full range of functions, including world time and Casio’s Tough Solar system, which can generate power from both sunlight and fluorescent light. It also uses radio-controlled technology to ensure precise timekeeping. The new Casio Edifice EQW-M1100 measures 51.5 × 46.9 × 13.7 mm and weigh approximately 199g.

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