HAND POLISHEDAll cases, buckles and bracelets are made in the best solid stainless steel material for watch manufacturing. The fine 316L steel is made in Japan - and all cases are carefully hand polished according to the best craftsmanship standards.
MOVEMENTSAll watches are assembled with original high quality movements made in Japan with the highest precision.
GLASSAll watches use the highest quality of hardened mineral glass with a high degree of crack and scratch resistance.
MERCURY AND LEAD-FREE BATTERIESObaku watches come with mercury and lead-free silver oxide SPRON batteries. By applying a highly precise technology the mercury and lead is totally removed from the battery. The movement can also be used with ordinary batteries.
COATINGSAll 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 is merged with the stainless steel base material during a fusion process in a
A note on rose-gold plating
Your Obaku watch is made from the highest grade materials available and all platings are
of a highly durable mix. Any rose-gold plating contains copper. The nature of copper is that it can oxidize, just like silver can tarnish. Oxidization can happen at different rates depending on humidity and wear and tear. You may be able to polish away oxidized parts, however, due to the nature of copper, it may re-appear, just like you would see on silver jewelry.
STRAPSAll straps are made in genuine leather - and several versions are assembled in multiple layers which gives the straps a rich structure and identity. Mesh and link bracelets are made in the highest quality 316L Stainless surgical steel and offer a comfortable fit on any wrist.
WATER RESISTANCEAll 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 BOXESThe gift box supports the Obaku watch designs by its minimalistic and harmonizing expression, emphasizing the Zen philosophy that less is more.