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Casio Almost Makes The Calculator Watch Cool With New Colors

Casio Almost Makes The Calculator Watch Cool With New Colors

Casio DBC32 Series (Image courtesy Casio)
By Andrew Liszewski

When it comes to nerd fashion, I think the calculator watch trumps both the stereotypical bow tie and the pocket protector. But Casio is actually trying to put a little ‘Geek-Chic’ into its current line of Databank watches by introducing a little color. While the DBC32 series includes their standard model with a black face and black strap, it adds 4 other models that feature considerably more stylish color schemes. Since almost every device I carry with me has some sort of calculator function already built-in, my days of wearing a Casio Databank watch are long gone, but I do like the checkerboard keyboard treatment on a few of these.

The watches range in price from $59.99 for the color models, to $69.95 for the black one, and they all include the standard calculator watch features like a 25 page databank, 8-digit calculator, stopwatch, timer, calendar and multi-function alarms.

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  • http://www.gadgetliving.com Gadget Living

    When I first met my husband he had a calculator watch that he used for work. I teased him relentlessly and eventually he stopped wearing it ;). Perhaps I should gift him with one of these–maybe.

  • Grangoire

    Almost is right, but it's more of a idiot-highlighter.
    Especially since the reasons to have these are few and far between.
    (I mean, If you're a true nerd, you should be good enough at math not to need it.)

  • Grammarpolice

    * AN idiot-highlighter..

  • Grammarpolice

    * AN idiot-highlighter..

  • Grammarpolice

    * AN idiot-highlighter..

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3VPEUL5OJSJRVSRRIIXOOFRWHY Tohao

    That’s awesome. I would use it as much as I use a regular calculator in my daily life (never) but love the geek appeal. To all you naysayers, all I can say is: 0.7734 and 58008.