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The chapter ring is numbered in lieu of hash marks. And instead of using a sloped bezel like the Mako and Ray, the Nami employs a flat bezel. The interesting thing about the glossy transparent aspect of the bezel insert is that it’s also slightly transparent, which allows it to really glow in natural light. The Nami’s 46mm case is also noteworthy for a number of reasons. “Nami” is the Japanese word for “wave”, and it’s only fitting that the case supports 200m of water resistance (which is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and surfing). Like last seasons’ M-Force Bravo, the Nami does not feature crown guards, which paves the way for an even cleaner design. Now, the lugs are a completely different story. They’re sloped and heavily angled, with each surface alternating in brushed and polished metals. The lugs are sloped at a steeper angle for a reason: although the watch is relatively large, the combination of a sloped lug and fitted strap provides additional comfort and a more natural look on the wrist.
size without crown