Daylight Saving Time begins on March 9th, and even though the winter weather is still lingering, Casio America, Inc. is looking to spring ahead by helping consumers nationwide prepare for the time change.
Equipped with its proprietary Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping technology, a variety of Casio’s PRO TREK timepieces help to smoothly transition consumers from winter to spring without having to manually reset their watches. With Casio’s Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping technology, Casio’s timepieces automatically synchronizes with atomic clocks within the US, Germany, the UK, China and two in Japan based on the user’s home city setting.
“Every year, Daylight Saving Time seems to creep up on us and we scramble to change our clocks and set them to what we think is the right time,” said David Johnson, vice president of Casio’s Timepiece Division. “Casio makes the process easy with Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping technology. Consumers don’t have to manually reset their watches, and can avoid missing important scheduled appointments and events.”
The Casio PRO TREK PRW3000-1A is the perfect fit for consumers who want the newest Casio timepiece with the Multi-Band 6 Atomic Timekeeping Technology. It is also outfitted with Casio’s next-generation Triple Sensor V3 Technology, which features a downsized direction sensor and pressure sensor for compass and altimeter/barometer readings.
In addition, it operates with Casio’s Tough Solar Power Technology and is designed with a gray, soft, and lightweight urethane band, providing durability and comfort on every excursion. The PRW3000-1A is available at select retailers nationwide for an MSRP of $300.