Watch for Sale: Great looking BLUE Barrel Day-Date, Orient in-house Cal. EVAA
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 The same model now in BLUE with great applied indices!

Very thick domed Mineral crystal adding to the great looks, very sold bracelet, solid links, excellent clasp with double push buttons, comes with all original hang tags and original unopened factory plastic wrappings

Original unopened plastic factory wrappings still on watch

Watch looks a lot bigger then dimensions would suggest! Picture on my 6.5 inch wrist

Packing of this watch

Case height: 37 mm (measured from endlink to endlink)
Case width ( 34 mm
Lug to Lug: 44 mm
Height: 13
Lug width: 19
Bracelet tapered 19 mm to 18 mm
Weight: 112 grams

Why I think this WATCH is interesting:
Now this is certainly a watch which will start discussions! Great textured blue dial. Discrete Day indication at 12, very nice applied triangular indices, very heavy and sold link bracelet! Orient in-house movement Cal. EVAA. Great clasp with very solid spring loaded double pushers.

Details about this Watch

Price: Is firm, my margins are very small, no additional discounts sorry. See the ORIENT overview table for the price please.
Watchbox and Papers
: Original Orient box, Orient International Warranty open, like in picture

Watch Description and Condition
: Brand new in box, with all original manufacturing wrapping foils, stickers and tags, long bracelet (suits 8 inch wrists, while normal Orient Star bracelets used to be a bit shorter, 7.5 inch), the date is quicksetting, while the day setting is via the hands, you turn the hands over midnight to change the day.
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User Manual for EVAA:

The watch is non-winding, that means you best sway the watch in ca. 8 inch circles for about a minute, that will wind the watch sufficiently so it can be worn. During the wearing, the watch will gradually wind itself further, after wearing the watch for about 24 hours it should be fully wound. This of course depends on your level of physical activity during this time. Do not shake the watch or hammer it against the palm of your other hand please, mechanical watches do not like to be shaken

For the setting of your watch best follow the sequence below:

Setting the Day and Date
Pull the crown out
2) Turn the crown to move the hour hand over midnight to select the correct Day of the Week.
3) Use the button at 2 o'clock to set the correct Date
4) Leave the crown out to proceed with Time Setting or push it back in if done.
Due to the use of the quick set button for setting the date, there is no restriction as commonly found on automatic calendar watches regarding not to set the date during the hours near midnight.

Setting the Time
The watch is non-hacking. That means if you pull out the crown to the first position, the second hand will not stop. However by applying a slight backward pressure - remember, I said slight - the second hand will most likely slow down or stop. This is the same trick often used also for the many Seiko models using the caliber 7S26 and the same method can be used to "hack" most of the non-hacking watches.
1) Pull the crown out
2) Turn the crown clock-wise to advance the time to the desired time
3) Since you have just set the correct Day of the week, you will know whether your watch is now displaying e.g. 8 AM or 8 PM. If you are setting the watch while being in PM hours, simply advance the hour hands for another 12 hours.
4) Push the crown back in and you are done.