Released in January 2011, the new Orient Classic-Automatic GMT watch features a newly developed mechanical movement.
The model is equipped with the Orient 40P51 calibre with a Power Reserve indicator. This new mechanical self-winding movement is only 27mm in diameter and consists of 186 parts.
GMT stands for Greenwich Mean Time. This function uses a 24-hour hand to display multiple times (dual times) including the GMT. In addition to this GMT function, the Classic-Automatic GMT comes with a hand-winding function and a second hand halt mechanism.
Available in three versions, the Orient Classic Automatic GMT watch features a 40.40mm diameter case made of stainless steel.
Dressed in stainless steel cases, DJ02002B and DJ02003W feature black and white dials, respectively. The DJ02001W model comes with a white dial with golden details and a luxurious dual-tone (steel and golden) finish on the case and bracelet.
Model: Orient Classic Automatic GMT
ORIENT caliber 40P51 Made in Japan
Drive system: Self-winding movement with hand-winding and seconds hand halt mechanisms
Vibrations: 21,600/hour vibrations
Daily accuracy: +25～ －15 sec/day
Power reserve: More than 40 hours
Number of jewels: 22 jewels
Stainless Steel case
Case diameter: 40.40mm
Glass material: Sapphire crystal
Caseback: Screw see-through case back
Water resistance: 50m
Power reserve indicator, 24-hour hand (Dual-time function)
Stainless Steel bracelet