Review 2: ORSA Quartz Chronograph Miyota OS60

The Case

Has a very classic shape and is satin brushed. The only exception is the polished case back that can serve as a pocket mirror! Actually the ca. 1 mm wide ring around the crystal is also high polish and protected by the protruding crystal.
I inspected the brush around the case, it is circular on the outer bezel and upper parts of the lugs and horizontal on the side of the case. Again I attest the finish a high score, the brush is even and homogeneous. Surprisingly well made.
Of course I also inspected the crown tube and the fixing of the push buttons and can say that I was again pleasantly surprised. All fits as well as on a quartz chronograph that costs double the money.

The crystal is flat and mineral. Its edge is nicely beveled and it is set precisely. I am not able to tell how the crystal is fixed to the case, I will know once I opened the watch.