Casio Edifice Quartz Solar Powered Watches
The Casio name has been synonymous with quality watches for over 40 years, and since their very first calculator watch, they have continued to impress with innovative designs. The Casio Edifice range of watches uses advanced engineering to capture the power and speed of motor sports and stylishly display them in a metal watch. The Casio Edifice is full of features that make it a modern marvel, and these men’s watches are some of their most amazing yet.Solar Battery
Casio Edifice watches use innovative Tough Solar technology, which harnesses the sun’s natural light to power them. As a Casio stainless steel Quartz solar powered wristwatch, the Edifice has a 10-year battery life, placing it among the longest lasting of modern watch designs, and it's all thanks to natural power from the sun. The batteries can even charge in low and fluorescent light, so if you can’t get outdoors and into the sun, you can still keep the battery going.Analogue Display
With a classically stylish look, all Casio Edifice watches come with an analog display, and their engineering meets all F1 standards. Casio Edifice analogue watches come in a range of different styles, with the most popular being the silver and a stainless steel band. Each watch embodies different motor sports, with high power and performance in every model.Automatic Time Adjustments
If you regularly travel through different time zones, the Casio Edifice can help you out. Some of these watches feature the Wave Ceptor technology common in many Casio watches, which allows them to set themselves to the correct time depending on where you are. The technology works by receiving time signals from atomic clocks around the world, so there’s no need to set your watch when you step off the plane as the Edifice can do it for you.Mobile Link Functions
Casio Edifice watches come with a mobile function, which allows them to link your smartphone and watch via a Bluetooth connection. With the Mobile Link function, you’re able to set alarms, adjust hand positions, and send data such as lap times from your watch to your smartphone.