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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-03-2010 10:15 PM
Orient Classic Re-Edition CEM6W001W

Authored by NCAR
Hello, I'm new to this forum and would like to share some thoughts on the Orient Classic Re-Edition CEM6W001W (white textured dial).

Orient Classic Re-Edition

Model: CEM6W001W (White textured dial)

Movement : Orient in house movement , 21 jewels Automatic (46947)

Water Resistant : 50m

Material : Flat Top Sapphire Crystal

Case : 42 mm x 12 mm thickness (excluding crown)

Case : 45 mm x 12 mm thickness (including crown)

Additional information: quick set day, see through case back, SOLID SS link with two pushed in button

I have had this casual watch for a month and have been very satisfied with it's performance (so far +2 sec/day out of the box).

Textured dial and Sapphire logo

Solid Links

The links look like a three piece set but looking from behind, each link is actually a single piece.

Very comfortable to wear all day.

I just noticed it after a month, not sure if it's refraction from the crystal. A bent second hand. Not that much, to worry about, since the second hand is so thin.

The clasp provided doesn't have the usual micro adjustment holes. Fortunately, after taking off two links, it fit nicely on my 7 inch wrist.

Also, there is a small recessed push button (quick set day) located at the two o'clock position. I used a ball point pen to push and set the day of the week.

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