This 200-piece limited edition has been created for a very long time, but it’s not surprising given the number of eye-catching details we’ve put into it. The dial is decorated with a piece of woodcut from 1831 – the Great Wave in Kanagawa. The same motif can also be found on the case back, but here it took the form of elaborate embossing.
However, it will really be magical only after dark – apart from indices and bezel scales we covered the graphics on the dial with luminescent paint, which looks really phenomenal in the darkness. The bronze used to make the envelope is the highest quality metal used in the marine industry (of course, there is also a version with a steel case).
The Wave also features a high class water resistance, sapphire glass with internal anti-reflection coating and two stripes: leather and silicone with a bronze buckle. The accurate and reliable Japanese automatic movement with 24 jewels bearings guarantees years of trouble-free operation. Each watch has an individual limit number stamped on the case back, which makes each watch unique.