CASIO EDIFICE has unveiled its latest addition to the EDIFICE line of timepieces, built around the brand’s core concept of “Speed and Intelligence.” This new release, the ECB-40MU, marks a special collaboration between EDIFICE and MUGEN, legally known as M-TEC Company, Ltd., renowned as Honda’s works brand.

MUGEN is not only known for producing and selling parts for Honda automobiles but also for its active involvement in various motorsports, including Formula 1TM, the Isle of Man TT, and top-tier races in Japan as a professional racing team. CASIO’s partnership with MUGEN dates back to 1985, when they joined forces in the motorcycle endurance race.

The ECB-40MU is a milestone as it represents the first collaboration between MUGEN, celebrating its 50th anniversary, and EDIFICE, a Casio timepiece line deeply rooted in the motorsports world. The watch design prominently features MUGEN’s brand colors of white, red, gold, and black on the dial, band loop, and stitching. It’s set against a sleek black background, and the MUGEN brand logo and the Eye Commander logo, symbolizing MUGEN’s spirit, are embossed on the band. The bezel is engraved with the font used on shift knobs produced by MUGEN, adding distinctive touches that are a hallmark of limited edition models.

Functionally, the ECB-40MU doesn’t disappoint. It boasts a carbon fiber-reinforced resin case and a four-lug design inspired by the suspension found in formula race cars. The band is crafted from Alcantara, a material commonly used in sports car interiors due to its exceptional durability and breathability.

The watch comes equipped with Mobile Link features for seamless smartphone pairing via Bluetooth®. This feature ensures automatic time correction and simplifies tasks such as setting world time. Furthermore, it offers a practical Schedule Timer that syncs with a smartphone’s calendar app, displaying scheduled activity start and end times on the watch’s LCD.

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