I quite like the look of it but know nothing at all about it ( is it genuine ? ).
Time said:Don't you have to move the ring manually on all these type of watches including the Orients?
minidriver said:The city ring in the Orient is actuated via the 4 o'clock crown. However, the 24 hour ring bezel is actuated by the movement and it can either be set to a different time zone or not. The Seiko does not have this.
TheTigerUK said:I like the dial and hand set but why did they do the case and bracelet in pvd/black ? that turns me off totally.
There's a couple of other variants. I found these 2. There may be even more. Picts from LI Watch. Normally I prefer steel, but the fitted leather straps on the 035 look nice to me. Covers the gaps well.TheTigerUK said:I like the dial and hand set but why did they do the case and bracelet in pvd/black ? that turns me off totally.
They'll come down in price with time once the Singapore ebay dealers get some inventory. Theres one SRP035 on ebay now for $230 USD.minidriver said:The SRP035 is the one I originally wanted. And I agree the leather strap version look better than the metal bracelet ones.
But $300 is too much for that watch as quoted from LI.
Yep, it moves with the hour hand, like a dependent GMT. You then adjust the city ring to match the current time in the home city and then it is set as long as the watch keeps running.Time said:Wow. So in the orient the 24 hour ring actually moves with the movement?
That sounds awesome!