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I just receive it wednesday end of morning





































Quick Specs:

* Orient Hand Wind & hacking movement
* Accuracy: +10 ~ -5 seconds daily
* 21,600bph with more than 40 hours power reserve
* Case Diameter: 35mm
* Lug to lug: 41mm
* Lug width: 18mm


Features

* Exhibition case back
* Cotes de Geneve finish on movement
* Power Reserve Indicator
* Case, case back and buckle solid 925 Silver
* Crystal: Sapphire front and rear
* Strap: Crocodile
 

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Stunning to say the least, bestak!


Interesting. What is the difference between this 48A40 caliber to the 46N4A of the OS300? Just the subtraction of the date feature?
 

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That is a very handsome watch and I love the contrasts between the white, gold and the strap.


Wear it in good health...
 

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Understated class never goes out of fashion. Beautiful watch and great pics.

Now I wonder why one little cog seems to have three screwdriver slots, while the others only have one? ;-)
 

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DeskDiver said:
Understated class never goes out of fashion. Beautiful watch and great pics.

Now I wonder why one little cog seems to have three screwdriver slots, while the others only have one? ;-)
I believe it is to indicate that you turn it the other way (clock wise) to remove the screw.
 

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nhoJ said:
I believe it is to indicate that you turn it the other way (clock wise) to remove the screw.
Interesting, thanks - must be to stop it undoing itself in use, as the wheel obviously turns in the opposite direction to the two it is meshing with - same principle is used on old fashioned wire wheels on spotrs cars, the knock-off eared spinners screw on in opposite directions on each side of the car - but they invented arrows to indicate 'undo' LOL.
 
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