Kamehameha I. was the first King of Hawaii. One day a great Hawaiian king was supposed to unite the Hawaiian Islands. The sign of his birth should be a comet. In 1758, Halley's Comet could be seen from Hawaii. For this reason, the year of birth of Kamehameha I. is believed to be 1758. From 1810 Kamehameha I was the sole ruler of the archipelago. As king, he took several steps to ensure that the islands would remain a united kingdom after his death. After the wars, Kamehameha I. was considered a benevolent and generous king and was revered by the people.

Get the memory of Kamehameha I. for your wrist. The dial in Gunmetal Black with gold accents, the 40 mm case in Royal Hawaiian Gold made of 100% coated stainless steel and the matt black premium nato strap with a thickness of 1.5 mm remind you of the famous statues of Kamehameha I. in black and gold.