Sponsored Post written for aBlogtoWatch by advertiser.
Feldmar Watch Company in Los Angeles invites fans of Japanese watches, crafts, and technology for a get-together with aBlogtoWatch and RedBar on Wednesday, September 13, 2017, at 7pm. You will have the chance to get a first-hand look at the new-for-2017 Casio G-Shock MR-G Hammer Tone G2000HT watch. The MR-G Hammer Tone G2000HT was introduced at Baselworld 2017 (hands-on here) and is the halo product of Casio’s G-Shock line with artistic hand-hammered elements, all of Casio’s latest and most premium technology, and a $7,400 price tag. Aside from getting to see and try the watch for yourself, guests at the event will have the chance to meet local fellow watch enthusiasts while enjoying a tasting of Japanese whisky. You will, of course, also have the chance to purchase an MR-G G2000HT watch that will include an exclusive collector’s “Tsuiki Chalice.”
If you are in Los Angeles, California, at that time and would like to attend, please RSVP by September 9th to email@example.com
Feldmar Watch Company
9000 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Powered with a dual-coil quartz caliber, the Casio Tv Watch Edifice EQB800 sports a variety of functions including a stopwatch, daily alarm, lap memory, and Bluetooth connectivity that allows the watch to sync with a smartphone using the Casio Watch+ app. Casio’s Mobile Link Technology enables the Casio Edifice EQB800 to sync with the correct time via your smartphone, either four times each day or at the push of a button. This technology is now a hallmark of those higher-end Edifice pieces in Casio’s collection and demonstrates the positioning of the EQB800 within the Edifice lineup.There’s a lot of advice here to get an analog watch, and even Casio has trouble explaining it all. In normal timekeeping mode, as in those images, the subdials screen day of the week in 12 o’clock, battery level (power book) at 9 o’clock, and another time zone at 6 o’clock including a modest am/pm indicator. Many these watches from Casio have demanded consulting the manual and altering the “mode” in a manner similar to executing a video game cheat code for various other information to be displayed and regulated, but the capability to do a lot of this through a smartphone app should improve the general experience considerably. The “telephone finder” function sounds especially handy.The bodily measurements of the Casio Edifice EQB800 case reveal again that Casio isn’t afraid of creating large watches. On its stainless steel bracelet it weighs at 199g. The Casio Edifice EQB800 is motorsport-themed but, furthermore, it reflects the latest in Casio’s continuing refinement of features and user experience. Where a few members of the Casio Edifice collection suffer from dials which can be rather active, the Casio Edifice EQB800 really presents a fairly clean and uncluttered view considering the wealth of available information. The Casio Edifice EQB800, accessible in the USA starting in September 2017, will come as standard on a stainless steel bracelet and will retail for $350, and it is a solid value given its list of features and the high quality construction you can expect from Casio.
September 13, 2017 @ 7:00pm
Sponsored Posts are a form of advertising that allows sponsors to share useful news, messages, and offers to aBlogtoWatch readers in a way traditional display advertising is often not best suited to. All Sponsored Posts are subject to editorial guidelines with the intent that they offer readers useful news, promotions, or stories. The viewpoints and opinions expressed in Sponsored Posts are those of the advertiser and not necessarily those of aBlogtoWatch or its writers.