Casio Databank is a series of digital watches manufactured by Casio. They allow data storage for names and telephone numbers, memos, and in late editions, email addresses; this in addition to usually providing a calculator, in addition to the standard features of a digital watch. There are at least two Databank watches that include a TV and VCR remote control feature.
The Databank CD-40 is the first Databank watch, debuting in 1983. It is one of the first digital watches developed in the 1980s that allows the user to store information, following a Pulsar model released in 1982.
As of 2018[update], Casio sells three models of Databank watches on its website: the CA56, DBC-30, DBC-32, DBC-62, DBC-150, DBC-611, EDB610 which provide calculator and databank functions; the ABX23, DB35H, DB36, DB37H and DBW30 which provide data storage and schedule functions; and the CMD-40 which provides calculator, databank and remote control functions.