The design of this watch makes it timeless - a watch that communicates strength and solidity. There is also an emphasis on a light, harmonious and elegant appearance. The double layers of the watch face provide a visually exciting extra feature in the design
An elegant watch for those who appreciate a purity of style. The design of this watch makes the strap and the case seem to almost blend into each other. This watch provides an active, sporty look in which all unnecessary detail has been pared away, and where the sharp, narrow lines have a recurrent place in the overall design idiom. Obaku V100GCIRB Mens Silver Dial Brushed SS Black Case Manufacturers LIFETIME Guarantee SPECIFICATIONS Case size 38mm HAND POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL CASES, BUCKLES AND BANDS All cases, buckles and bands are made in the best solid stainless steel material for watch manufacturing. The fine 316L steel is made in Japan and all cases are finally, carefully hand polished by the best craftsmanship standards. TITAN GLASS This model features the newest invention in glass technology - Titan Glass. Probably the strongest glass ever used for watches. Titan Glass is at least 10 times more crack resistant than any other typical watch glass such as mineral glass and sapphire crystal glass. COATINGS All watches in gold or black are coated with a titanium coating which is the newest and most advanced technique for long lasting coatings. The gold coating is a mixture of titanium and gold which are merged with the stainless steel base material in a fusion process in a vacuum chamber. MOVEMENTS All watches are assembled with original high quality movements made in Japan with the highest precision. WATER RESISTANCE All watches are at least 3ATM water resistant. Each watch is vacuum tested up to 3 ATM pressure. The watches are not suitable for diving or swimming. GIFT BOXES The gift box for the Obaku Harmony watches is a small sculpture in itself. It supports the entire concept of the Obaku philosophy of harmony and minimalistic design. The box is designed by Lau Lengard Ruge.