Illustration of a beautiful white sand beach with blue seas and trees in the background

The story behind our four colourways?

Since we launched OneNine5 in 2019, the most common question we're asked...why the name OneNine5? The second most common question is why the random names for each of our four colourways.

Well wonder no more! Each colour is inspired by some of the world's most amazing and unique natural coastal features. Fasten your seatbelts for takeoff and join us for a whistle-stop tour around the world, one colour at a time.

Havelock Blue

Named after a small island that forms part of the Andaman Islands in the Bay of Bengal, India. In December 2018 Havelock Island was renamed Swaraj Dweep and if you're in need of a digital detox add this paradise to your bucket list.

You might not have wifi or phone reception on this trip, but you'll be surrounded by incredible blue waters and some of the best reef for snorkelling and diving in the whole of Asia.

illustration of an elephant in the sea, off a beach in Swaraj Dweep

Komodo Pink

Our best selling colour, named after the beautiful pink beach you'll discover on Komodo Island, Indonesia. If you want to escape the crowds and tourist attractions of Bali, be sure to include Komodo Island on your island hopping adventure.

You probably guessed from the name but this island is particularly notable as the habitat of the Komodo Dragon. It will cost you around £70 GBP to visit the island but the Indonesian government insist this is a necessity to protect this incredible species.

Illustration of a Komodo dragon on the pink sand beach of Komodo island, Indonesia

Miho Black

Named after the long strip of black volcanic sand, on the Miho Peninsula in Japan. This beach offers incredible views and photo opportunities of the majestic Mount Fuji.

Set back from the beach is an equally impressive pine forest, in which you’ll find ‘Hagoromo-no-Matsu’. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Sight in 2013, legend has it that a fisherman named Hakuryo met an angel at this sacred tree.

Illustration of the long strip of black volcanic sand, on the Miho Peninsula in Japan, with Mount Fuji in the background

Moeraki Grey

Named after the Moeraki Boulders at Koekohe Beach on New Zealand's, South Island. It's estimated that these boulders formed between 60-65 million years ago and they're famous amongst Maori myths and legends.

These days, some people refer to the boulders as 'The Stonehenge of New Zealand' and they make a great photography opportunity - especially if you're at the beach for sunset.

Illustration of two people stood on the Moeraki Boulders at Koekohe Beach on New Zealand's South Island