|Case size:||Outside diameter: 39.7mm x 41.7mm, thickness: 8.9 mm|
|Battery life:||Approximately 3 years SB-AG（SR621SW）|
|Water resistance:||5 bar|
ROKU draws upon the correlation of two geometries: a hexagon and a circle.
The six sides of the hexagon relate to the 12 hours of the dial.
The round watch face symbolizes the circular movement of time. Round is the most natural shape of a clock.
Two strong shapes in harmony with each other while keeping certain tension between them.
Just like the notion of time: The continuous passing of time on the one hand, the punctuation of certain events on the other.
MODELS & SPEC
Reference number: NYAM001Y Case and band material: Stainless steel Available wrist size: Minimum 135 mm – maximum 190 mm Weight: Approximately 76 g
Reference number: NYAM002Y Case and band material: Stainless steel (Hard coating) Available wrist size: Minimum 135 mm – maximum 190 mm Weight: Approximately 76 g
Reference number: NYAM003Y Case material: Stainless steel Band material: Calf leather Available wrist size: Minimum 135 mm – maximum 195 mm Weight: Approximately 51 g
Reference number: NYAM004Y Case material: Stainless steel (Hard coating) Band material: Calf leather Available wrist size: Minimum 135 mm – maximum 195 mm Weight: Approximately 51 g
World limited edition of 100 pcs (except Japan) Reference number: NYAM702Y Case material: Stainless steel (Hard coating) Band material: Calf leather Available wrist size: Minimum 135 mm – maximum 185 mm Weight: Approximately 57 g
Konstantin GrcicProduct designer
Konstantin Grcic (*1965) was trained as a cabinet maker at The John Makepeace School for Craftsmen in Wood before studying Design at the Royal College of Art in London. He set up his own office in Munich in 1991. Today Konstantin Grcic Design is based in Berlin. The office is active in several fields ranging from industrial design projects, exhibition design and architectural collaborations. Amongst his renowned clients are Flos, Magis, Muji, and Vitra. He is the recipient of numerous awards such as the Compasso d`Oro for his MAYDAY lamp (Flos, 2001), the MYTO chair (Plank, 2011) and the OK lamp (Flos, 2016).
Grcic defines function in human terms, combining formal strictness with considerable mental acuity and humour. His work is characterised by a careful research into the history of art, design and architecture and his passion for technology and materials.
Interview with Konstantin Grcic about “ROKU”
I wanted ROKU to become a precision tool, a real time keeping device.