Casio Unveils Black X Rose Gold Series

Casio has added the Black X Rose Gold Series to its EDIFICE Black Label Collection. The Black X Rose Gold Series features three models, the EQWM1100CG-1, EQS500CG-1A and EFR516PG-1AV, which emphasize the EDIFICE Black Label Collection’s design and advanced technological capabilities with a bold rose gold twist.

With three sleek, new styles, the series offers a variety of features including water resistance up to 100 meters, world time, chronograph and more.

Designed in the distinctly sophisticated Black Label style, the three models exude a bold and diversified look with comfortable black resin bands and trendy rose gold accents – perfect for men who desire a timepiece that fits both their professional and personal lifestyles, suggests the company.

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“We are excited to unveil the Black X Rose Gold Series which builds on the rich feature set and unique design the EDIFICE Collection is known for,” said Shigenori Itoh, chairman and CEO of Casio America, Inc.

“These new timepieces provide a stylish, yet practical solution to meet the needs of the on-the-go lifestyle of consumers who are looking for an all encompassing timepiece.”

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All three EDIFICE Black X Rose Gold will be available in October 2012 at select U.S. retailers. The EQWM1100CG-1 can be purchased for $450, the EQS500CG-1A for $330 and the EFR516PG-1AV for $200.

Casio America, Inc., Dover, N.J., is the U.S. subsidiary of Casio Computer Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of consumer electronics and business equipment solutions.

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