Ever since 1983 and the construction of CD-40, one of the first digital watches ever that allowed its wearers to store information, Casio has been creating Databank wristwatches. Like the first product in the series, many of Databank watches include the options to store data, as well as the recognizable calculator features. Furthermore, they are equipped with many other functions, such as the world time, the multilingual displays of information, alarms and countdown timers.
Some of the models, like the currently available CMD40B-1T, possess neat features that allow them to actually learn functions from any infrared remote controller. This can save you from many troubles to keep track of all those remote controllers that you use, and enable you to control your TV, stereo or DVD player with a gadget that is always on your wrist.
At this time, there are currently 11 available products for men from the Databank collection. Vast majority are digital watches and only one of them combines analog with digital display. Among the advantages of products from the series, there are long-lasting batteries, some of them even able to function up to ten years. Though the development of technology perhaps made these products a bit obsolete, they still possess certain charm and a dose of nostalgia that brings back the days of great technological development.