ORIENT RN-AA0D01B Specifications
|Driving system||Automatic features manual wind movement|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case back||Solid screw|
|Case color||Silver tone|
|Band material||Stainless steel|
|Band color||Silver tone|
|Band width||20 mm|
|Clasp||Fold over with safety|
|Glass material||Mineral crystal|
|Hands||Silver tone hour, minute, second hand|
|Dial markers||Silver tone batons indexes with upper dots indexes|
|Second markers||Minutes markers around the outer rim|
|Luminous||Hands and hour markers|
|Bezel||Fixed outer silver tone stainless steel and bi-directional rotating inner 60-minute time display per 10 minute scale|
|Crown||Push/pull at 2 and 4 o’clock position|
|Calendar||Day and date display at 6 and 3 o’clock position|
|Function||Day, date, hour, minute, second hand halt mechanism|
|Drive duration||Power reserve approximately 40 hours|
|Vibration||21,600 vibrations / hour|
|Water resistance||20 bar water resistance (200 meters / 660 feet)|
|Size||Diameter 43.8 mm x Thickness 14 mm|
|Lug to lug||50.5 mm|
ORIENT RN-AA0D01B Features
This model is a refresh of the 1965 WEEKLY AUTO ORIENT KING DIVER. From its launch in 1965, the original King Diver became the foundation on which the legacy of all future ORIENT diver watches was built. The re-creation retains the look and feel of the original, reproducing as faithfully as possible the WEEKLY AUTO ORIENT KING DIVER logo, an arrow-shaped hour hand, bar indices, display of days at the 6 o’clock position, an independent top crown for the rotating inner bezel, and other subtle design accents. It improves on the original, with a structure that boosts water resistance to 20 bars and a strap upgraded to solid metal.
- 22 jewels
- Case size (3H-9H): 43.8mm
- Case size (12H-6H): 50mm
- Stainless steel case
- Water resistance 200m *Not an ISO standard diver’s watch
- Day and date display
- Solid screw case back
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About ORIENT RN-AA0D01B
Orient Watch is a Japanese watch brand owned by Seiko Epson. Established as an independent company in 1950, it became a functional subsidiary of Epson in 2009 before being fully integrated into the company in 2017.
Until it was absorbed into Epson, the Orient Watch Company had primarily marketed mechanical watches (self-winding & hand-winding), but also produced quartz, light-powered (solar) and radio-controlled models. Outside of the main business, the company produced some moving parts and electronic components that were then assembled into Seiko Epson’s electronic devices.
Currently, Akita Epson Corporation (formally Akita Orient Precision Instruments Co., Ltd.), a group company of Epson, manufactures all of the Orient movements in-house in Yuzawa, Akita, Japan.