Orient Star Classic

As you have probably noticed, we like Orient here, this manufacturer offers affordable watches with their own in-house movement. Their sub-brand Orient Star is no exception, and on top of that, their Orient Star Classic model comes with a power reserve complication! The watch sports an Orient 40N52 caliber which you can admire through the transparent case back. The lens is made of mineral crystal and it’s available with a black, blue or white dial.

  • Ref: SAF02003W0
  • Diameter: 38.50 mm
  • Thickness: 13.10 mm
  • Lug width: 20.00 mm
  • Caliber: Orient 40N52

This timepiece has a very refined look, the model with white dial and blue hands (SAF02003W0) is a stunner. Dials with Roman numerals are present on the Orient Star Elegant Classic models like the SEL09004W0. The Orient Star Classic has no lume, and is designed to be worn at the office: with a diameter of 38.5mm and 13.4mm, it will easily slide under the sleeves of a suit. The water resistance is 50m, meaning it will handle water splashes with confidence, but not follow you in a dive. It retails at around $650 but you can easily find it for less on eBay.

Here are 8 suggestions on eBay for the Orient Star Classic:


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