|Case size:||Diameter: 43.4 mm, thickness: 12.3 mm|
|Functions:||Indication (Hour/Minute/Second) + Calendar (Date) + Stopwatch Function (1/10-second maximum of 60 minutes)|
|Battery life:||Approximately 2 years SB-AN (SR920SW)|
|Water resistance:||5 bar|
As the name “TRAPEZOID” suggests, I first had the image of a trapezoid form in rotation. The sharp-cut sides provide a tachymeter. Numbers are proportioned like speed limits painted on a road surface – stretched in height to be readable normally when viewed from the front, despite their steep angles around the circumference. It's a familiar scene and effect, and I've used it now in combination with chronograph functions. –
MODELS & SPEC
Reference number: SILAT008Y Case material: Stainless steel Band material: Polyurethane Available wrist size: Minimum 140 mm – maximum 205 mm Weight: Approximately 82 g
Reference number: SILAZ001Y Case and band material: Stainless steel Available wrist size: Minimum 140 mm – maximum 205 mm Weight: Approximately 146 g
Discontinued model Reference number: SILAZ002Y Case and band material: Stainless steel Available wrist size: Minimum 140 mm – maximum 205 mm Weight: Approximately 146 g
Discontinued model Reference number: SILAZ003Y Case and band material: Stainless steel Available wrist size: Minimum 140 mm – maximum 205 mm Weight: Approximately 146 g
Born in Yamanashi Prefecture in 1956. Having worked at Seiko Epson and ID Two (now IDEO San Francisco) and establishing and heading up IDEO’s Tokyo office, Fukasawa went independent in 2003 and established NAOTO FUKASAWA DESIGN.
Fukasawa has established a reputation for his quietly powerful designs and philosophies embodying human sentiment, and he has collaborated with numerous international companies and brands. His designs span a wide variety of fields, from precision electronic equipment to furniture, interior spaces and architecture.
Fukasawa is the recipient of numerous design awards, and has been accorded the title of Royal Designer for Industry (Royal Society of Arts). He was awarded the Isamu Noguchi Award in 2018. He is a professor at Tama Art University. He is also the curator of The Japan Folk Crafts Museum.