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  • The World Heritage LE from Orient..

    If you look closely at the second photo you can see the outline of New Zealand next to the 11 marker..












    Specs:


    • List Price: JPY 157,500 (US$1,660.00)
    • Orient World Heritage WZ0021FB
    • World time/Power Reserve/Date
    • Limited Edition to 2000
    • 46 L41 automatic movement. Hacking. Non-Handwinding used in Orient Star Royal movements
    • Accuracy: +10 seconds to -5 seconds
    • Interlocking world time independently adjustable
    • Power reserve meter
    • Date Subdial
    • 316 stainless case case
    • Sapphire crystal both sides with AR coating
    • Diameter: 40 mm (42mm including crown guards)
    • Lug to Lug: 47mm
    • Weight 150g
    • Thickness: 13mm

    Cheers
    Tony Lewis
    New Zealand

  • #2
    It's a pretty special watch...... really, what's in a name anyway huh? The watch on my wrist is imminently more useful than the Rolex in my safe but demands little respect, certainly the dentist looked pleased to see he wore TAG Heuer on his wrist over my humble Seiko last Monday

    Super they have a little 3D Depiction of out tiny land on the dial of the GMT from Orient isn't it - what’s the dial made from I wonder???

    Certainly aparting the hand assembled movement in the MM300 the OS300 is (to me) a bigger, badder and betterer piece also blessed w/ Signed Crown, AR Sapphire and the extra 'Complication' - OS300 is one of the few I'd have back..... will never go out to buy another MM300, another SD600 'yes' but not the MM.

    Here's how they measure up.... MM looks puny.


    Harlan
    Timekeeper Watch Club
    Auckland, New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Earth

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    • #3
      Nice sunny day here, so I took the opportunity to take some photos of the World Heritage outside in natural light..













      Cheers
      Tony Lewis
      New Zealand

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      • #4
        Bumping this thread to be seen by the newer members..
        Tony Lewis
        New Zealand

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