Before the smartwatch, there was Casio. Whether we knew it or not at the time, the iconic Japanese brand has spit out some of coolest timepieces of… well… our time. From weird to wacky, their’s was the first to sport a calculator, control your TV, play music and even track your fitness… and that was in the 1990s!
Paying tribute to this legacy, Tyson Mai’s Casio concept combines familiar elements from over the years. It doesn’t appear to have any of the smart features mentioned, rather, it’s a fashion throwback that’s purely aesthetic in purpose. While it looks quite cousinly, one new feature is a removable face dial that doubles as a philips screwdriver for removing the back plate when it’s time to switch out the battery.
Designer: Tyson Mai
The Crown screw is a new addition to what the Casio Brand represents. Its a function that allows the user to have a phillips-screw driver & is also capable of changing out batteries without any extra tools.