Orient Classic Automatic World Time CEY04001B Review

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    Picture Orient Classic Automatic World Time CEY04001B Review

    This is the Orient Classic Automatic World Time CEY04001B. A substantial watch that I bought while on holiday in Hong Kong.

    It shares the same movement as the M-Force World Time.

    Inner 24 hour bezel rotates counterclockwise as watch operates to enable world time to be found at any time.

    The dial has lovely textures but as with the M-Force, the subdials need good eyesight to read.

    Very comfortable to wear.

    Recommended.











    Mechanical Movement : ORIENT caliber 46H51 Made in Japan
    Self-winding movement
    23 jewels
    21600/hour vibrations
    Power reserve indicator, small second hand, date hand
    World time indicator

    Stainless steel case
    Sapphire crystal with anti-reflection coating
    See-through caseback with sapphire crystal, screwed-down crown
    Stainless steel bracelet or genuine leather strap
    Water resistant to 100m
    Diameter 43.0mm
    Thickness 12.8mm
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    Re: Orient Classic Automatic World Time CEY04001B Review

    Nice review. I have a blue faced one coming in the mail. Now I'm looking forward to it even more.

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    Re: Orient Classic Automatic World Time CEY04001B Review

    I finally bought myself one of these - on the leather, as I'm not so much of a steel bracelet guy. I was lucky enough to snap one up in the sales forum here and it arrived yesterday. All in all, it's a great watch. It keeps good time and sits very nicely on the wrist. The dial is magnificent and I actually prefer this design to that of many of their later Worldtimer versions.
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