Casio returns to the market with an unprecedented product. Its launch stunned everyone, but what is it about?
The well-known Japanese brand has launched a new collection of watches but with a certain advantage: they are really small.
We are talking again about the leading manufacturer of calculators, watches, cameras and many other products.
This time it is in the center of media attention due to the new launch of a product that has never been seen before but which could truly mark a watershed in the field of watches.
The focus is on the new partnership with Stasto Stand StonesJapanese toy vending machine company. But what will the two companies hold in reserve so highly privileged? Read on to find out.
Casio Watch Ring Collection: The company’s new gem
If you were already wondering which product was born from the union of the two Japanese companies, you will definitely find the answer here. What you will soon find on the market will be small watches in the form of rings. Staying true to spreading the products Stasto Stand StonesThese small watches will be sold individually in vending machines in capsules at a cost equal to 400 yen each (just over €2). These are miniature copies of famous watches that made history. The ring will be approx 18.7 cm.
Casio mini ring features
As mentioned earlier, these miniatures will have the same look as the classic clock Casio. Despite its small size, it is fully functional. In fact, the watch ring indicates the time and the model DBC-611-1 He can reserve additional functions such as using a calculator. The company tells us that for now, it includes the collection of small watches 5 different models Which repeat Casio models:
- F-91W-1: digital clock;
- DBC-611-1: hour calculator
- MQ-24-7B2: clock
- AQ-230GA-9: Digital analog clock.
Currently, these models have been produced and will initially only be intended for the Japanese market. There is still no word on when these products will be able to reach Europe and the Peninsula as well.
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