The concept: A beautiful paradise of sand and water. The ripples that adorn the dial emulate how these two elements tend to move, intertwining with each other. The effect extends onto the bezel and the charcoal color case as well.    The nato strap extends the colors of the face onto the wrist while the hardware of the strap would be a charcoal color, same as the case.
 The pink sand beaches of the Bahamas were the inspiration for this time piece. The smaller case size (36mm) was meant to appeal to people with smaller wrists.
 The concept: Aztec architecture. Concentric geometric lines formed the basis for this design. The shape of the hands and indices evolved naturally from there.    The choice of color and name for this piece alluded to the captive water bodies within the old Aztec cities and complimented the design of the face. The nato strap added a ‘flow of water’ to and from the center.
 This variant was the stone version of Deep Water. This model doesn’t have a traditional chronograph on the bezel. Instead, the design extends out over the bezel and onto the case.
 The concept: Tranquility and wisdom. The three ripples around the sub-dials are meant to conjure images of a peaceful zen garden. The use of black and white was to give this timepiece a classic ‘panda’ look to further the vision of wisdom attained through solitude.
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