Aug. 05, 2008
The watch for men who love the sea
In a class of its own - Oceanus by CASIO
Norderstedt, August 2008 - CASIO's new Oceanus OCW-M700TDE-1AER is setting new trends in the premium quality men's radio-controlled watch market. With its outstanding aesthetics and technology, this timepiece is in its own league. CASIO has also given OCEANUS its own inimitable logo - an ocean wave symbolising the watch's vibrant energy.
The logo is perfect for its target group. This enterprising watch is designed for men who enjoy the challenge of water sports - sailors, yachtsmen and deep sea fisherman and others who appreciate an upmarket lifestyle on the ocean waves. This accent on sea life is clearly reflected in every detail in the OCW-M700TDE - an ebb and tide indicator provides up-to-date information on the tides; the display on this powerful timepiece resembles the cockpit of a sleek motor yacht; its wave logo appears on both the display and the rear of the casing.
Oceanus watches are emphasized by impressive design and technology. It features the Tough Solar system as well as Multiband 5 radio-controlled technology which can receive radio signals in most of Europe, Japan, the US, Mexico and Canada. Waterproof up to 10 bar, Oceanus really stands out due to its high-quality sapphire glass and its solid titanium casing and band. One of the slimmest, high-quality men's watches in CASIO's range, Oceanus will turn heads not only on deck or at the sailing club, but everywhere it goes.
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About CASIO Computer Co., Ltd.
CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. is one of the world's leading manufacturers of consumer electronics products and business equipment solutions. Since its establishment in 1957, CASIO has strived to realise its corporate creed of "creativity and contribution" through the introduction of innovative and imaginative products. Today, CASIO's offerings include timepieces, digital cameras, mobile phones, electronic dictionaries, calculators, musical instruments, system equipment, and electronic components such as LCDs. The CASIO Group employs more than 13,000 people worldwide, shipping over 100 million products per year, with net sales of 623 billion yen (approx US $ 5.95 million) in the fiscal year ended March 2008. News and product information from CASIO are available at http://world.casio.com