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Casio Edifice Watch’s
Casio is accelerating ahead of its rich heritage, the next generation of Casio watches. Announced after Casio’s G-Shock line, Casio promises to offer more. Casio Edifice, as the name implies, are radio clocks designed to receive time wave signals to calibrate the correct time from different time services around the world. These very accurate time services rely on atomic clocks and are usually operated by local governments. Casio watches receive the time signal from these services to correct their time.
All Casio models are equipped with Atomic Timekeeping technology. This means that Casio clocks do not require any settings or time settings (including daylight saving time), date, or year. Clocks are designed to coincide with time services at regular intervals. Atomic time saving technology is designed to automatically calibrate time signals up to six times a day. When any automatic time synchronization is successful, the remaining automatic synchronizations will not take place on that specific day. Time synchronization is usually better at night time than in day time. Casio watches are designed to be always accurate and offer excellent long-term and short-term accuracy.
Long Lasting Battery
Some Casio watches also feature solar-powered technology. This means you don’t need to change your watch’s battery, the battery is automatically charged by light. Although you have to display your watch either to sunlight or any other light source inside your home or office to charge the solar cell inside the watch. Once fully charged, setting the time within Casio Wave captor hours is enabled for approximately four months. However, the solar-powered technology is not available on all models of Casio watches.
Conversely, typical lighting conditions such as light in the office or home are not enough to get full battery charge in these Casio watches. Only a natural external light source can lead to full charging. Once the battery inside these watches is fully charged, the usual internal lighting conditions are sufficient to keep these watches constantly charged.
Just like other sundials, Casio also has the negative point of losing battery charge when stored in a dark area. The battery inside the watch runs out if the watch is stored in an area where there is no light. Casio watches are no exception here. However, Casio Wave watches enter energy-saving “sleep mode” to save battery power, if kept in the dark, thus saving energy.
Casio wave captor watches also have great chronograph functions. The stopwatch function allows you to measure intervals to 1/20 second level. The stopwatch also has a great display range of 23 hours, 59 minutes and 59.95 seconds.
It’s a great purchase for individuals looking for a sporty, adventurous and modern statement.
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