[CES 2010] Casio’s bread and butter also includes making timepieces for folks all over the world, although they have failed to combat tardiness (as with any other watch manufacturer regardless of how expensive their timepieces are). Well, their latest effort would be the Edifice EQW-M1000DB-1 watch that will see action at the Innovations Design and Engineering Awards Showcase at CES 2010 next week. The 3D Chronograph EQW-M1000DB-1 will run off solar-powered, and is a radio-controlled watch with a dynamic, dual layer face design and moving disk-shaped indicator. Boasting a skeleton look to keep up with the times, you get a dual layer dial that looks as though part of the watch has been peeled back to expose the watch’s interior. You won’t find yourself lagging behind time with others thanks to its Multi-Band 6 Solar Atomic timekeeping ability which results in self-charging, self-adjusting performance regardless of where you travel to. Such technology will adjust for leap years and daylight saving time without having you to think about it, making sure you arrive on time and in style. Each $450 pruchase also comes with a 24-hour countdown timer, tachymeter and world time for 29 cities for the discerning global traveler.