Japanese watch brand Orient Star has added a new Skeleton watch to its Contemporary Collection. This modern and stylish timepiece features a hand-wound skeleton movement with a silicon escape wheel and a 70-hour power reserve.
Established in 1951, Orient Star celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2021 with the launch of a new generation of Classic Skeleton watches combining advanced technology and aesthetics.
Following the Skeleton from the Classic Collection, this new model is the first skeleton in the Contemporary Collection. The new Skeleton features a new movement in grey, and a design that compliments every occasion.
The new Orient Star Skeleton watch is neither too formal nor too casual, with a modern and stylish design that is both refined yet informal. Fine hairline and mirror finishing on high-quality stainless steel (SUS316L) give an edgy aesthetic appeal to the case and bracelet, and the dial tinted in grey gives a sophisticated and stylish look.
The compact and slim case with a diameter of 39 mm and thickness of 10.8 mm, the new metal bracelet with short pitch H-shaped links for comfort on the wrist, the dial with enhanced legibility, and blue hands that add an accent, all create a relaxed feel making it perfect for everyday use.
This latest Orient Star Skeleton watch is equipped with in-house F8B61 movement which complements the stylish design of the watch.
The hand-wound caliber F8B61 is not only highly precise with accuracy of +15 to -5 seconds a day, but it is also equipped with a silicon escape wheel made with the latest MEMS processing technology, extending the power reserve to 70 hours and significantly enhancing its practicality.
Another distinctive feature is the grey plating on the baseplate and bridges of the movement symbolising the vastness of outer space. The spiral shape and vivid blue colour of the patented silicon escape wheel which utilises Epson’s proprietary technology evoke images of the Milky Way. The comet-shaped balance wheel bridge all work in harmony to conjure the image of vast outer space.
Collection: Orient Star Contemporary
Series name: Skeleton
Hand winding mechanical in-house caliber F8B61 made in Japan
Accuracy: ＋15 seconds ～ －5 seconds per day
Second hand hacking
Power reserve: 70 hours
Material: Stainless steel (SUS316L)
Height: 46.5 mm
Width: 39.0 mm
Thickness: 10.8 mm
Dual curved sapphire crystal glass with SAR (super anti-reflective) coating
Case back: See-through exhibition case back with Sapphire crystal
Water resistance to 5 bar (50 m)
Skeleton with grey color, blue hands
Power reserve indicator at 12 o’clock
Small seconds at 6 o’clock
Stainless steel (SUS316L) bracelet
Trifold deployant buckle with push button
Width: 20 mm