I posted a couple of new Orient watches recently and the 200m diver style watch seems to be the most popular among them. Having enjoyed the watch over the last few days, I now take a look at one of the new dress watches.
The watch I am looking at this time comes from the Classic Automatic line and is an international model.
Here’s a quick photo review of the watch. Three most salient features of this watch if you ask me are: power reserve, sapphire crystal and textured dial.
Here’s a closer look at the dial. Besides the texture, I also like the shape of the hour marker. The symbol above the 6 o’clock marker means “Sapphire crystal”.
Here’s a caseback shot.
The model comes with leather strap and a signed deployant buckle.
Here are all the colour variants seen on Orient’s website.
Picture from Orient’s Website
Specifications from Orient’s website:
Mechanical Movement : ORIENT caliber 46N45 Made in Japan
Power reserve indicator, date
Stainless steel case
Screw see-through caseback (crystal glass)
Stainless steel bracelet or genuine leather strap
Water resistant to 50m
The Orient watch featured in this post is provided by:
Orient Authorized Shop in Singapore
483 Sims Avenue, Singapore 387555
Tel: 6273 3355 Fax: 6278 8929
arloji idaman, dan saya telah mendapatkannya 3 hari yang lalu.
CFDoFoo1B, black dial with stainless steel bracelet.
dan sekarang saya sedang mengincar seri CDB05001B.
Congrats on getting the CFD0F001B. If you want the CDB05001B, save up and go for it. It is a nice open heart watch.
Does this movement hack or handwind?
No, movement does not hack or handwind.
I’ve just received this clock today and I like it very much. The only thing that worries me is the automatic mechanism: its very loud! Have you noticed this behaviour in any other 46N Orient movements?
Thanks a lot for your reviews!
I notice that the movement of the rotor is louder than other watches. Don’t worry, your watch should be fine.
how much is this watch price?
Hi, please check with the distributor in your country.
Hey what is the 0-40 thingy below the 12o clock?
That’s the power reserve indicator showing power reserve between 0 to maximum 40 hours.
I’m actually planning to get my first watch ever. Would you recommend this or anything that is from orient/seiko below $500 sgd?
You can get a better watch with a SGD500 budget. Go to Big Time and have a look.
Sure thanks. Will go check it out soon. Big Time only offers Orient watches so how about Seiko?
Big Time has Seiko models including the ones sold exclusively in the Japan domestic market. Go to their showroom Sims Ave.
Address and opening hours:
Wow thank you so much!
You are welcome.
I have question regarding the marking on the dial.
I saw there were some like Japan Mov’t, Japan BK, Japan TH.
What does it mean / what is the difference among those code?