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It’s been 20 years of Edifice and it’s a new AlphaTauri Racing edition

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As you’ve seen in some of our other Edifice posts, this year marks 20 years of the line existing. Well, they’re not done introducing watches for the anniversary – the latest also celebrates their continued partnership with Scuderia AlphaTauri racing team. That watch? It’s the ECB20AT-2A, AKA the Edifice X Alphatauri.

Daniil Kvyat’s #26 2020 Scuderia AlphaTauri AT01 // Digital Lighthouse / Red Bull Content Pool

With this watch, you get all of the smarts and functionality that the Edifice lineup is known for. Here’s what the brand has to say about this specific edition:

Outfitted with an eye-catching dial, ion plated bezel and navy-blue leather band, the ECB20AT-2A is dressed in AlphaTauri?s team colors and is designed for the sporty man. The black and white ombre dial enhances the overall design and features the Scuderia AlphaTauri logo. The sub-dials on the dial offer an added layer of tracking. A schedule timer is located at the 6 o?clock position, while another at the 9 o?clock position signals for alarms set through the full-time smartphone link and schedule timer, and the date is displayed at the 12 o?clock position. The metal strap keeper and back plate are engraved with the Scuderia AlphaTauri logo, as well as the EDIFICE 20th?anniversary logo and the number 20 to mark the EDIFICE 20th?anniversary.

Additional features include a high-performance chronograph, full-time Smartphone Link technology, water resistance up to 100 meters, super illuminator, five alarms, full auto calendar, countdown timer, stopwatch and more! The ECB20AT-2A will be available for a MSRP of $330 this fall at?EDIFICE.casio.com, as well as Casio.com.

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