Casio Edifice: A closer look at the Honda Racing chronograph
Casio Edifice, a partner of the Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula 1 team, is at the forefront of cutting edge technology for sophisticated watches.
In our previous story, you were introduced to the EQS-800HR, a watch by Casio Edifice inspired by the 1968 Honda F1 RA301 race car.
Now, take a closer look at this limited edition chronograph. The watch is part of the EQS-800 series and so it is completely solar-powered. It is water resistant to up to 100 meters, includes three sub-dials (stopwatch minutes, stopwatch seconds, 24-hour) in additional to traditional analog timekeeping. The stopwatch can measure elapsed time, split time and even first-second place times.
Once at full charge, it can continue operating for up to five months and includes a batter level indicator. The case itself is 50.0×47.5×12.7mm and made lighter by its carbon fiber design, the watch weighs just 103g.
To learn more about the watch, pricing and where you can purchase yours, CLICK HERE.
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