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EDIFICE and Honda Racing collaborated to create this solar-powered chronograph inspired by Japan’s first Grand Prix racing world champion motorcycle. This Honda Racing Limited Edition pays homage to the legendary RC162 bike that conquered the world. Join the 60th anniversary celebration of Honda’s historic 1961 victory with a timepiece honoring the first Japanese world champion motorcycle. The aluminum bezel and dial are specially processed in a nod to the bike’s hammered aluminum fairing — and accented in fuel-tank red and fairing-stripe yellow. The genuine leather band evokes the 60s Honda logo and racing suits of the day, and the Honda Racing logo is featured on the dial, band loop, and case back.
A legendary victory, revisited in collaboration with Honda Racing
EDIFICE collaborates with Honda, a well-known Japanese brand that has been bringing the spirit of motor sports to the world for decades. 2021 marks the 60th anniversary of the 1961 Honda victory in Round 2 of the 250cc Grand Prix in West Germany, the first Japanese racer to win a Road Racing World Championship. The EDIFICE Honda Racing Limited Edition pays homage to this historic feat.
Solar power system to convert light to energy
Using shadow-dispersing solar cells, the solar panel in the inset dial supplies enough power to fuel the watch on its own.
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Scratch-resistant, highly transparent sapphire crystal.
– 10-bar water resistance
– Solar power
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